Last update on: 5:38 am September 10, 2023 by fashionabc
The fashion and interior design industries have always been intertwined, and what ends up in our closet is often reflected in our homes. When we look at what’s trending on the catwalk we often notice the same colours, patterns, prints and design influences making their way into interiors and furnishings- perhaps in the form of décor or an inspired colour scheme. So what’s trending this season? London Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2023 featured a classic colour palette colours design aesthetic. From the quiet luxury at Miu Miu and Prada to the red that graced the Alexander McQueen and Christopher Kane’s showings, these trends are trickling down from prolific designers’ runways to interior design.
With over thirty-five years experience- premium fitted furniture brand Neville Johnson shares a few interior trend predictions with advice on how to integrate them within our home. “Fashion and interior design go hand in hand, meaning the trends we see on the catwalk are always likely to filter into our homes.. “Quiet luxury, red and metallics are the key trends to watch out for in AW23, and despite what people may think, these can be easily implemented into our living spaces. Although different, each trend will add a unique feature to any area.. guaranteed to create a talking point for guests visiting your home” explains Cari Bateman- Furniture Designer- Neville Johnson.
Red is a timeless colour and the catwalks once again witnessed crimson toned dresses taking centre stage. And though red is perceived as a controversial colour to introduce into the home, when used correctly, it can make a stylish statement. The red library from Neville Johnson utilises a commonly unused space within an alcove, which is an optimal space for implementing a statement colour. The bespoke juniper shade is both sophisticated and eye-catching. It’s all about bold color that envelops a space.
There is a misconception that metallics are only for festive and celebratory occasions. A metallic addition gives an instant modern transformation to a specific area within the home. Metallic tones such as gold, rose gold and bronze pair perfectly with dark matte colours. It may be a subtle detail but quality hardware plays a key role in enhancing the overall design whether it is contemporary or classic. The home bar is an example of the two-tone metal effect, utilising kala half-moon gold handles and a silver railing above for gilded glamour.
It’s time for fashion-conscious homeowners to take a step back from maximalism and embrace the season’s neutral tones with undertones of quiet luxury. To introduce quiet luxury into your home, think along the lines of indulgent pale wooden features for a softer effect. The boutique dressing room from Neville Johnson transcends the boundaries of conventional fitted furniture, taking a classic wardrobe design and adding an indulgent twist. The white larch bespoke finish brings an understated elegance to the room, ideal for those who prefer a more neutral touch.
“Fashion and interior design go hand in hand, meaning the trends we see on the catwalk are always likely to filter into our homes. “Quiet luxury, red and metallics are the key trends to watch out for in AW23, and despite what people may think, these can be easily implemented into our living spaces. Although different, each trend will add a unique feature to any area – guaranteed to create a talking point for any guests visiting your home.” – Cari Bateman, Furniture Designer at Neville Johnson.
So what are you waiting for? From inspiration to installation, expect the highest level of personal made-to-order service and handcrafted, luxury fitted furniture made from the finest material at Neville Johnson.