We’re bursting with excitement here at Harvey Norman HQ in anticipation of our autumn/winter 2017 interiors collection. We simply couldn’t resist giving you a sneak preview of our top trends that will be influencing our homes this season. Tune in every day this week to learn about the inspiration behind each trend and how you can adapt them to your home.
First up is (drum roll please…) Design Matters!
Design Matters epitomises top quality materials and exquisite design. We believe this is an especially important trend for autumn/winter as we look forward to spending more time indoors in a place that instantly makes us feel comfortable as soon as we step inside. Making the most of your space, regardless of size, is what makes design matter in every home.
Design lives in every corner and should flow effortlessly from room to room. From dining tables and storage to accent chairs and lighting fixtures, it’s about balancing ergonomics and aesthetics for a personal feel.
Now that you know the fundamentals, here are some tips from our interiors experts on how to infuse this trend into your decor.
Personality is what makes a house a home – so adopt this trend and tweak it to fit your surroundings to give it that unique appeal. Starting with functionality; consider the properties, shape and features of the piece. Choose durable high-quality materials and skilfully crafted pieces that withstand the test of time.
Next, we advise accentuating with key fashion colours like emerald and ochre for an injection of greenery. A key aspect running through all of our trends this season is tactility. Choose varying textures and fabrics for a lovely layered look to wrap up in or sink into when the temperatures begin to drop.
Our teams have been busy curating the best products for every room but you’ll have to sit tight for another couple of weeks to see these beautiful pieces in the flesh. In the meantime, shop in-store or online for the very best in homewares and interiors.
Check back in tomorrow for more insights into our AW17 collection.