Top color trends for Autumn 2020

The Pantone Institute, the world-renowned authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, surveys the most influential fashion designers to forecast the season’s most important color trends. With hues that range from sophisticated and minimal to bold and vivid, this Autumn 2020 color report caters for every taste.

“Just as the leaves change in autumn, the consumer will enjoy the ability to change” states Leatrice Eisenman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, “the fall 2020 palette allows for that versatility and experimentation.” Want to keep your home in trend this season? Here we give you some tips and ideas on how to incorporate these hues into your home décor.

Fall design

Vivacious is a deep shade of fuchsia that will add a touch of sensuality to your interior. Don’t be afraid to make a statement with this lively hue in your décor. Use as the main color in the room or as an accent color using accessories. This stylish living room places a sofa, blanket and tables, in this wild tone against a neutral background making sure that it really pops! The playful RAR rocking chair in white balances out the palette. We also love the contrast between the classic chandelier and the sleek Arco lamp!

An interesting color that is both light and bright, Linden Green brings the freshness of nature into your home. This hue works extremely well in bedrooms and studies; it is well known that light green shades are good for helping us to read, relax and concentrate. Take a look at this bedroom – we wouldn’t mind getting work done there, while sitting on an original transparent version of the iconic chair.

This beautiful shade of blue reminds us of a charming Greek paradise. Mykonos Blue is easy to incorporate into any room. Deep blue shades are calming and perfect for infusing a tranquil vibe into your space. As shown in this dining room, furniture is a fantastic way to add this color into your décor. Philippe Stack’s Ero Starck’s Eros S chairs contrast with the sculptural wire base of Warren Platner’s Dining Table.

Expressive and dramatic, Samba is a color that literally dances. Mix it with other warm colors over a neutral background. Koi will add also a sparkle to your décor. These vibrant hues will add warmth and coziness to your space in a season when our home becomes our haven.