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    Autumn Design Trends

    Autumn Design Trends 2018

    Consider this our September Issue. A designer-led edit of functional, future classics to elevate the everyday – our best new pieces to reinvent your home for the new season. Think fresh designers, updated design details, and a new colour palette. We’ve chosen some of the industry’s brightest names and collaborated on pieces for every room and budget. So whatever your style, you'll find something for you among the new.

    MADE by Rebecca Hoyes

    Inspired by the organic shapes of mid-century ceramics and furniture, this textiles collection heroes fluid shapes and earthy tones. Pattern designer and colourist Rebecca Hoyes’ signature designs merge traditional and contemporary craft techniques. The Bodhi 100% New Zealand wool rug has a multi-texture pile, and the pattern repeats across the Bodhi cushions – screen-printed on cotton, with a piped edge.

    Simple shapes are paired with anti-ordinary design details, resulting in powerful pieces to kickstart the season.

    MADE by Tom Pigeon

    Blocks of shape and colour unite Assembly, Tom Pigeon’s collection of patterned home accessories – exclusive to MADE.COM. A Nordic palette of mustard, pink and grey is accented with gold foil details for a luxe finish that enhances a collection ranging from wall art to planters. An easy and affordable way to add personality to any room.

    Autumn design details

    The Hesta coffee table is formed from a single sheet of textured glass. It's a simple design – but details like its green-to-pink fade, and asymmetrical shape, are anti-ordinary. It's easy to see why it's our Chief Creative Officer's pick of the season. Across the collection, bold piping, intricately woven textiles and dramatically stitched leather make pared-back pieces stand out.

    Autumn colour palette

    This season's colours are rich and moody: think green, maroon and navy blue. Metallic hints shine brighter against these deeper shades. Like it lighter? Choose the season's softer accent colours – like ochre, sage, grey and blush pink. Accessories mixing from this palette are a simple and budget-friendly way to refresh existing colour schemes – without the long-term commitment.