Trend Alert: 2021 Autumn Pantone Colours
Image Credit - Pantone
It’s time to look at what colours will be in the spotlight of the design world for Autumn 2021. In this week's blog, we dive deep into a colourful new season, bringing us trends for your home decor or interior design project.
This season encourages paradoxical artful statements. Expressing our wide-ranging acceptance of colour, combinations for the Autumn 2021 palette mix playful with practical. This season’s colours reflect the reinvigorated desire to create, whether injecting a contemporary view into heritage or imposing an urban style on nature and the great outdoors.
In this ever instagrammable age where every waking moment is a potential photo-op, this year’s Pantone Colour Institute colour palette is primed for creativity. A joyful mix of classic colours, with added brights, to bring about the feeling of hope, optimism, and a fresh outlook on life; do not hold back on the colour, even in the winter months.
Keep on scrolling to discover what shades we're forecasting for Autumn, and get ahead of the game by shopping out our favourite hues right now. You won’t be able to resist.
Image Credit (left to right) - Pantone, Claudia Lau
Reminiscent of a sandy beach, this light colour might seem like it’s perfect for the summer, but Autumn isn’t all about dark tones. We all require a little softness, shine, and relaxation in our homes; that’s precisely what Perfectly Pale brings you, a heaven-like hue that will shine amongst any other.
This neutral tone has a warmth to it which means that it works well with the more delicate earth tones we’ve seen a lot of this season, giving a creamy feel to any look.
We have an abundance of Perfectly Pale themed oriental rugs online, but here are a few we have picked out for you.
Featured Rugs (left to right) - LIAM, ZOYA, PALEY
Image Credit (left to right) - Seeger by Design, Pantone, Sneh Roy Creative
Quietly assuring and reliable, Ultimate Grey encourages composure. If you are a design enthusiast, then the popularity of grey over the last decade would need no new introduction.
The hottest neutral for many years now, ultimate grey is described as emblematic of solid and dependable elements that are everlasting and provide a firm foundation.
Visually easy on the eyes, this shade of grey in its many subtle variants is bound to be a neutral you will find in homes across the world for years. Have a look at the beautiful collection of grey, modern and traditional rugs we have chosen for you.
Featured Rugs (left to right) - GREY, CONCRETE, DEMELZA
Image Credit (left to right) - Sjoerd Eickmans, Anthropologie
Tasteful green Olive Brown is symbolic of growth. It speaks of space, wisdom, and peace through compassion for humanity. It is one of the most stylish colours for this Autumn season.
Olive green varies greatly in hue and saturation from cool to warm tones, giving you plenty of versatility and flexibility when decorating. It’s the perfect shade to add to your home this season. Update your space with olive to add a warm, modern feel to your home.
For a fast, bold way to add your favourite olive green tone to your home, paint your walls in olive branch. Don’t forget to accessorise the room with the focal colour to pull the look together. The colour olive - complements all wood tones and natural stone materials quite well, making decorating with olive green walls simple.
Featured below are three Olive rugs from our Persian rug collections.
Featured Rugs (left to right) - KHAKI, MOSS, OLIVE
Image Credit (left to right) - Loom Brand, Design Vintage
Is it blue or is it black? After Midnight is an invulnerable black-infused blue. After Midnight is a deep shade of colour that mimics the effects of black while adding a hint of colour.
Inky blue-black, dark as midnight, but with so much more depth. Night-time never looked so inviting. In fact, it’s one of the most striking new colours popping up internationally in interior design schemes.
We have hand-selected some of our favourite oriental rugs that pair well with this Pantone colour for Autumn 2021.