Blue and amber tones, warm and natural materials… The decoration of this fall could not be more suitable to create spaces of disconnection and comfort.
1. JEWEL-TYPE VASE
Among the decoration trends that will stand out the most this autumn-winter 2020, we find vases with organic and irregular shapes in colors as warm and natural as amber, perfect for decorating hallways, centerpieces, and consoles. This piece from the Zara Home catalog, with a golden finish that captures the attention of the eye thanks to its sparkles, is ideal both alone and accompanied by a simple branch that does not steal the spotlight.
2. DEMIJOHN-TYPE VASE IN BROWN
No, demijohns never go out of style, but they can take on different shapes and shades depending on the season. This fall, for example, we will see them with a more organic style in brown colors.
3. WOOD AND RATTAN FOLDING CHAIR
Wood and natural fibers, such as rattan, will also star in the decor for the coming months in such captivating furniture as this folding chair with an ash wood frame and braided rattan back and seat. In the dining room, as a reading corner with a cushion… How would you use it?
4. RATTAN COFFEE TABLE
IB Laursen reaffirms its passion for natural fibers with this beautiful rattan coffee table with mesh details and two shelves.
5. CASHMERE BLANKET
The loving touch of cashmere shapes this taupe fringed blanket that promises to keep you warm on fall evenings on the couch.
6. NEW RUSTIC
This fall, El Corte Inglés will delight us with a style that it has dubbed “new rustic.” Earthy colors, organic shapes, irregular textures, and natural materials like those that give life to this walnut and black iron dining table with brown imitation leather chairs, and a ceiling lamp with a double shade made of fibers and mesh effect that completes the look with its vintage airs.
7. BASE CABINET WITH MESH DOORS
As you can see, the grid is a constant in the furniture that comes this fall. This low wardrobe with vintage tints stands out for its sliding doors with wicker grille. If you choose it, you are sure to turn heads!
8. BALL TYPE TABLE LAMP
If your soul was lost in the 1920s, this ball table lamp with a golden base will become your favorite deco piece this fall.
9. CHIC CHANDELIER
In terms of complements and accessories, the elongated chandeliers will continue to have a great presence as table and sideboard decorations, especially in gold and silver metallic finishes.
10. THE ICONIC MUMIN MUG
If you are up to date on Scandinavian trends, surely you already know the Mumin. It all began in 1945 with the publication of an illustrated book called The Great Flood, which featured curious characters drawn by the writer herself, Tove Jansson. Over time (and after several more books), these dolls became very popular in Finland, even building a museum for them! However, it was in 1990 that the Mumin made the leap to cups. The designs, the work of Tove Slotte, have become true cult pieces. Do you dare to buy the 2020 model?