Fall 2017 Interior Trends

September 29, 2017

As the air cools down and the leaves turn yellow, it’s time to seek warmth inside. The interiors are getting their fall makeover, becoming thus the cosy nests we’ll spend all winter in.

Here are the 5 interior trends spotted last month at the Formex Fair in Stockholm.


From pink nuances to dark orange shades, warm tones take over the current cool and all-white spaces. If terracotta hues have been around for a couple of seasons, it now spreads to walls, tiles and home accessories, in small and subtle touches or in a bold tone-on-tone. Get your paint brushes ready!

Liiv-5.jpgBloomingville home accessories

liiv-7.jpgTerrazzo table by Reis Pettersson


To enjoy the long winter nights, nothing is more soothing than velvet! However, avoid the total look. Indeed, the luxurious fabric harmoniously combines with rough textures as woven baskets or natural fiber rugs for an interesting visual contrast. Among the rich seasonal colour scheme, look out for midnight blue or forest green, that may be highlighted with a hint of soft pink or bright yellow.

Liiv-11.jpgAytm Angui Chair

Liiv-2.jpgJakobsdals textiles


For a friendly gathering or a family dinner, ceramics bring an authentic touch and a sense of uniqueness to the table setting. In a back to basics spirit, neutral colour palette and clean lines mix best with this natural material. Add some flowers, and you are ready to get the party started.

liiv-13.jpgBroste Copenhagen tableware

Liiv-3.jpgMateus plate collection

Liiv-1.jpgVase by Studio Joanna Günther


Knitted or woven, 2017 home collections pay tribute to the art of craftsmanship. During the cold-weather months, woven wall-hangings, wicker baskets and lamps warm up the atmosphere. Moreover, rattan chairs and furniture find a place inside, extending thus the outdoor season. Don’t forget the furry pillow and knitted blankets to create a comfortable cocoon!

Liiv-8.jpgInteriorhüset hanging chair

Liiv-10.jpgHouse doctor rattan chair and home accessories


Folk patterns, tribal sculptures, rustic wooden furniture, it is all about mixing the cultural influences and ethnic references in a subtle way. An ode to the authentic that invites you into an adventurous world. Boho vibes guaranteed!

Liiv-4.jpgFranzéns Textil

Liiv-12.jpgLeather goods and details by Village Sweden

Texts & Photography: ©Geraldine Morand / withatouchofseasalt.com

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