Autumn and winter are here yet again (maybe we’re imagining it but don’t these seasons seem to come around quicker each and every year?). A new season can mean only one thing in our world: a transition in interior design trends. We’re taking a look at what autumn and winter 2018 have in store. Read on to discover 5 of our trend predictions for the autumn and winter seasons...

2018 Interior Design Trends - Tweed

Tweed Fabric

A Timeless Trend

A soft and supple woollen fabric with a heritage as rich as its aesthetic. Tweed is a trend that lives and breathes autumn and winter in colour, style and character. Envision yourself this winter curled up by the fire under a colourful tweed blanket, nestled in a comfortable armchair with the curtains closely drawn to keep out the chill of the dark evening as the icy fingers of frost begin to crawl along the window ledge... now doesn’t that fill you with a warm and contented feeling? Taking advantage of these autumn and winter 2018 colour trends and decorating your home with tweed details and decals is set to be as in as ever this season. In fact, this wonderous woollen fabric was originally spun to withstand the harsh climates and weather conditions of the Irish and Scottish isles. So, we can’t see why tweed wouldn't make a suitable reappearance every autumn winter season.

Harris Tweed

Embellishing your home with scatter cushions, soft furnishings and decor is a beautiful way to tie tweed into your autumnal winter scheme. But if you’re looking for something simply statement, British born brand, Tetrad, offer a selection of bespoke sofas and armchairs upholstered in genuine Harris Tweed. Handwoven in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, their Harris Tweed collection combines the plush look of trademark Harris Tweed with rich leather hides, embodying a style from country cottage right the way through to cosy contemporary.

2018 Interior Design Trends - Pink & Gold

Pink & Gold

A Blush Pink Living Room

The blend of soft pinks with vibrant golds has been gradually gracing interiors more and more over the past year. The pink and gold interior trend is set to continue its increasing popularity throughout the coming autumn and winter period. If the reveal of Farrow and Ball’s new colours last month wasn’t indication enough – where 2 out of the 9 tones were gorgeous pink based shades – this season proves the perfect time to accessorise pink canvases with vibrant gold metallics, or even the other way around.

Pink Wall Colour Combinations

Soft, dusty pinks are a great starting point. Whether it’s a feature wall, luscious velvet upholstery or a statement carpet, rose and blush tones provide a gentle canvas on which to add gold tinted accessories and gilded details to your palette. Alternatively, dare to go bolder with a deep, richer pink, overlaying antique bronze and brushed gold tones for an interior look that oozes luxury. And, of course, you need not start with pink! Try starting with a gold canvas and adding varying shades of soft rose right through to flourishing fuchsia to give this trend a unique and eclectic twist.

2018 Interior Design Trends - Maple

70's Maple

Orange Home Decor

The third of our autumn and winter interior trends 2018 sees burnt orange hues meet mid-century forms. Naturally, the autumn season and the warm, orangey tones of maple go hand-in-hand. So, it is of no surprise that the retro styles of the 1970s are making a comeback across interiors, accessories and fashion this autumn winter period.

70s Furniture

The 70s Maple trend certainly comes and goes with the seasons, this retro style refusing to be forgotten. This interior trend nods to eclectic, mid-century style, creating a feeling of warmth and nostalgia. Embrace this trend in fully fledged gusto with geometric goodness, parquet patterns and plush textiles. Layer contrasting textures alongside mismatched playful prints with the vibrant metallic hues of the jewel palette. Or if you’re looking for something a little more conservative, try adding a little orange or yellow upholstery – or alternatively throws or cushions – to dark, neutral living spaces. Rich burnt orange hues will be accentuated with dynamic furniture pieces with statement curves and generous arches for a subtle 70s touch that sings the autumnal shades of maple.

2018 Interior Design Trends - Leather

Leather Love

Leather Furniture

Antiqued, full grain or artificial, leather interiors are much admired and remain as popular as ever this autumn winter season. Serving as an ageless masterpiece, upholstered sofas and armchairs are a popular furnishing choice but the upcoming seasons prove that leather need not be limited to seating.

Faux Leather vs. Real Leather

Genuine leather and artificial leather-look furniture is set to be very in season this autumn. Designers are keen on incorporating this luxe look and timeless material into their interior schemes. Delectably textured leather-look surfaces teamed with upholstered classics are an interior hit, whether its a black leather dining chair or a tan brown Chesterfield sofa. Now’s the time to get creative, layering sleek tones of leather with comfortable contemporary furnishings, fashioning yourself a luxurious leather living space ready for the cooler months.

2018 Interior Design Trends - Affordable Luxury

Affordable Luxury

Pavilion Chic

Desirably priced luxury is a trend that never goes out of style. Pavilion Chic is our very own affordable luxury collection of designer furniture, beautiful home accessories and stylish lighting. Each piece is hand-picked by our in-house interior design team who place great value on design quality and superb finishes. The Pavilion Chic collection ensures that luxury furniture can be found in any interior, no matter the size or the style.

Autumn Winter Collection

The Pavilion Chic autumn winter 2018 collection has arrived. A range of beautiful new pieces are in stock and ready to restyle your home this autumn winter season. Whether you’re seeking elegant leather-look upholstery or authentic oiled oaks to complement fine tweeds, the new autumn winter range is brimming with designer furniture and accessories to create the latest autumn and winter interior trends 2018 in your very own home.