September marks the start of the new design season and with a host of design events dotted around the world the interior blogging world has been full to the brim with inspiration in the last month. From the announcement of Dulux’s Colour of the Year to the gargantuan Maison et Objet show, the industry has been abuzz with new and exciting discoveries…
Dulux weren’t the only brand with a colour announcement this month, Sherwin-Williams have also announced their colour of the year at Poised Taupe. Intentional Designs have paired the new shade with six chic colour palettes for your to try at home.
Usually the simplest things in the home can look the best and the new trend for concrete flooring definitely fits this description. When done right, it can transform a room as demonstrated by Emily May Design.
Designing a room for children requires an entirely new mind set compared to all other home projects. Archie and the rug share top tips on how to set about creating the perfect space for little ones including getting down to their eye level.
Another new colour release this time from Jotun Lady is three new colour palettes as seen on Stylizmo. Inspired by colour and styles of cultures and continents around the globe the new colour charts are Nordic Living, Urban Living and Continental Living.
The perfect nursery scheme for little adventurers, this safari nursey is a step away from the usual baby’s room and we love the fun attention to detail throughout!
Decorenvy explored the home of Anne-Fleur Broudehoux and her partner Thierry Lebraly this month which is located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. Fabulously laid-back, the home is architecturally interesting and quirky with all rooms arranged around a central twisting staircase.
Autumn in the perfect season for a laid-back, cosy get together with your nearest and dearest and weather permitting, it’s the time for bonfires and wrapping up warm for a final outdoor soiree.
Design Dining Diapers is ready for autumn with this post on repurposing an old window for the season change. A simple change with a big effect, it’s an achievable look for any home this autumn.
9. Stripy Vibes – Inspired by My Stay in Salcombe – Camilla Pearl
Taking inspiration from a recent trip to Salcombe, Camilla Pearl has come home wanting more stripes in her interior without going completely coastal. A fabulous read for those looking to add a touch of nautical design to any space.
Hotels have trends all of their own which frequently overlap with the home interior design world. Here L’Essenziale breaks down the hotel trends of the moment from multiple-use receptions and spa-like bathrooms.
The colour announcement we were all waiting for the month was released and Denim Drift was named as the colour to watch by Dulux. Mad About the House explores the shade in detail…
1508 London explores how luxury brands are differentiating themselves to ever-more discerning customers through the use of architectural design in this post from September. The need to create a ground-breaking flagship store to wow loyal customers has never been more prevalent.
The 70s is back and here to stay in the design world and Forward Features demonstrate how to combine this with the tropical/botanical trend of the last few years to create a chic Miami feel in the home.
14. 10 Reasons to Decorate With Peach – Style Made Simple
Peach is usually seen as an unsightly throwback from the 1980s but is it time to bring it back? With close links to blush pink seen everywhere at the moment, Style Made Simple shows us how it’s a fabulous shade to work into contemporary interiors.
With an auction of many of David Bowie’s carefully collected art pieces on the horizon, The Chromologist takes a look at the musician’s lifetime passion for art and his love of Memphis furniture which has been relatively unheard of until now.
Also obsessed with the 70s this month is House of Hipsters who had that ‘oh my god’ moment when linking many of today’s top interior trends with the disco era. Find out which trends you love were just as hip over 40 years ago.
Maison et Objet is renowned for setting the interior trends this year and this September was no exception. From green and gold to raw materials, find out what is making waves in the new season.
The Home That Made Me published a brilliant post in September focused on those looking to embark on a blogging career. Discover top advice on starting your own blog and learn about Charlotte’s own first hand experiences.
Is it time for a bedroom clearout? Are you looking to refresh your sleeping space for autumn? If you are, this post by Old Fashioned Susie is a must see and is filled with bloggers own bedrooms for endless inspiration.
Who doesn’t love a trip to the spa? We wish we could visit one every day and by adding key elements to your own bathroom you can feel that relaxing spa atmosphere every time you step into the shower thanks to Rees Design.
Treehouses are the perfect escape from the real world and each one has a certain magical appeal that simply can’t be replicated. Home Life have rounded up their favourite treehouse designs for some needed desk daydreaming.
Black and gold creates an edgy look with added glamour and is fabulous wherever fashioned in the home. Yes Please’s inspirational post has us rushing out to add black and gold accents to every space.
There is nothing more Danish than the art of Hygge and sometimes achieving the look is as simple as setting the table elegantly for an impromptu dinner. Simply Danish Living takes a look at Søstrene Grene’s latest table collection which is perfect for the job.
Spending nearly a third of our lives asleep means that your bedroom should be your top priority when designing your home. There are many things to consider when decorating your sleeping space and this post by Interior Desire lays it all out for you to browse with ease.
It’s already that time of year to start thinking about what 2017 will bring for the interior design world and Swoon Worthy is ahead of the game with her predictions post published in early September. From aquatic themes to minerals, these are the looks to watch…