Top trends for Fall 2015

As the summer sunshine starts to fade and the cool crisp climate arrives outside, you simply can’t beat a cosy night in at home with your friends and family.

With this in mind, it’s important to make sure your pad is prepped and preened (and looking pristine!) for the autumn/winter months ahead. After all, you’re likely to spend more time indoors than outdoors at this time of year.

To create an interior that’s fit for Fall 2015, check out the tips and tricks below from expert Susan White, Managing Director of Phoenix Design.

Add some glamour with mirrored glass

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“Antique mirrored glass gives a stylish look when teamed with filigree metal work in coffee and side tables.

“For added glamour, add some glass and mirrored accessories too.”

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Wallpaper is making a come back

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“Trends are moving on from more readily available wall stickers to iconic wallpaper prints.”

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Achieve the luxurious look without the hefty price tag

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“Faux fur and silk soft furnishings are big for autumn/winter 2015 and have come on leaps and bounds in look and feel.

“Throws, cushions and faux silk rugs give the luxe finishing touch without the huge price tag.

“Don’t just keep them in the bedroom either – they look great on sofas and even dining chairs!”

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Do it yourself with upholstered walls

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“Upholstered walls are a huge trend for autumn/winter 2015, especially in bedrooms, as they give a stylish boutique-hotel feel.

“A simple way to create this look at home is to use a bed with a high, upholstered headboard – many of which can be used with an existing divan base.”

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It’s all about yellow, black and white

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“Use a monochrome colour palette with pops of canary yellow and black.

“Keep your walls and furniture pale and neutral, and add drama through colourful accessories, rugs, cushions and framed images.”

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