As we approach the end of the year, we've spotted a few new faces on the 'trending interiors block' that are likely to emerge even more so into the new year and beyond. Though trends come and go, and some are here much longer than others, it’s always fun to take inspiration from those that resonate and have yourself a little seasonal refresh.
Over the last year or so our collections have echoed a love for nostalgia, infusing old and new and homewares that only get better with time and love. These three trends in particular reflect a similar story, so which of these winter personalities is a little more you?
Evoking the comfort of winter, Gingerbread Girl is a warm aesthetic, leaning into sweet details and caramel shades. Going hand in hand with the festivities, this spiced-inspired trend conjures up a whimsical feel and romanticises the delights that winter has to offer. Think crisp, cold days whilst you’re baking fresh cookies in your slouchy gingham pyjamas, to later enjoy tucked under layers of cosy blankets and toffee-toned bedding.
Where nostalgia meets contemporary design, Grandpa Chic is all about infusing your space with characterful pieces that evoke feelings of comfort and fond memories but are bought into a modern context. This nostalgic trend mirrors elements within the Grandma-core trend that we all know and love but leans more toward masculine touches. Envisage your grandpa’s study, filled with antique books, a well-worn leather armchair and a snug knitted blanket.
Aubergine Girl Autumn
A seasonal spin on Tomato Girl Summer, this eggplant-inspired-trend looks to warm purples and cosy reds with pink tones to complement the change in seasons. Creating a super cosy and feminine ambience, Aubergine Girl Autumn is inspired by the change in colour palette that occurs as we transition into winter, leaning into a moodier aesthetic and evokes an atmosphere of elegance and mature style.