Traditionally, autumn/winter trends focus around creating cosy and inviting atmospheres as the weather starts to draw in; and the trend forecast for 2020 is looking to live up to this expectation. With this in mind, we’re already one step ahead and looking forward to the latest trends the forthcoming season will bring.
Texture is always a key element when looking to create a cosy autumnal vibe and would typically include plenty of textiles in varying materials; think big fluffy throws, woven rugs, and quilted cushions. Each layer of texture adds further warmth and cosiness to a space.
The autumn/winter trend for texture can also be translated from your typical soft furnishings across to your hardware and fixtures/fittings. Texture is not limited to textiles since it is the combination of hard and soft finishes that make a space feel unique and interesting. Our Rustique finish is the ideal addition to a cosy space thanks to the rust orange tones and unique textural appearance. For style inspiration, look no further than interior designer and treasure hunter, Kyla Magrath, who has styled our Rustique Classic in her cosy boho living room.
In line with keeping things cosy, a big trend for autumn/winter 2020 is the use of pastel earthy tones. Deep shades of green, rust reds and earthy purples are this season’s must haves and each feature in our newly launched Earth Collection. The collection draws inspiration from the muted tones seen gracing the catwalks of late and a growing desire for the use of grown-up, sophisticated pastels in the home.
The collection includes five of our most popular models – the Classic, Arteplano, Flow Form, Lissett and Archibald – in a stunning selection of bespoke colourways; Dutch Orange, Rangwali, Ultra Marine Blue, Lake Red and Verdigris. Each rad is available in each of the colourways and our full range of sizes, so for those who want to mix-and-match throughout the home this season, the opportunities are endless.
The growing popularity for industrial design has continued to grow over the years and has solidified itself within the interiors industry. Whilst a full warehouse-esque space may not be desired by all, a small element which is set to be popular this autumn/winter is the exposed brick wall. Softer looking than tiles or concrete, exposed brick has a nostalgic sense of charm that adds warmth to any given space.
The shifting tones in a brick wall add interest and dimension to a space without a whole lot of effort. If you are not lucky enough to have a brick wall to hand, then you can always fake it with brick wallpaper or wall coverings. These can look quite realistic and provide the same effect without having to restructure your home. Pair yours with our famed Arteplano rad to play around with texture and hit two trends in one.
We’re all familiar with the stark white minimalist designs that dominate our Instagram feeds; but this season sees a new breed of minimalism rearing its head. At Bisque we’re calling it cosy minimalism since it adheres to the core value of minimal décor, just with a slightly warmer colour palette. With soft beiges, neutral wood tones and even a slight touch of grey, this new cosy form of hygge is much more inviting for the cooler months.
For a timeless design, opt for our Classic rad in a minimalist Lacquered Bare Metal finish for added textural interest and contrast to the neutral tones.