AW2024 Living Room Styles

A/W 2024 Living Room Trends

Despite the continued unease of global discord, it is no surprise that interior styles are embracing reassurance and calm.

Alongside comfort, the ability to inject light during darker and shorter days will be reflected in the choices of surfaces and tones. Pattern continues to play an integral part in living room spaces, whether through textiles, solid materials such as wood, or bold injections of pattern in accessories.

We look at some of the latest products that are tipped to be top of the list when it comes to A/W 24 Living room trends.

Classic Style with a Contemporary Twist

Royal Charter Deluxe, Jasmine White from £37 per m2, Abingdon Flooring,

A timeless classic isn’t just confined to traditional home styles. The Wilton Royal collection from Abingdon explores the endless appeal of wool carpets. The result is a collection of carpets that explore pattern and colour with a contemporary twist that aligns it with modern living rooms. Getting the foundations right, means that homeowners can inject seasonal colours through a choice of cushion, curtains and accessories.

Intimate Space

Moduleo Roots, Triana 46990 from £35.29 per m2, Moduleo

The small home movement has opened our eyes on how to embrace limited space. Window seats and corner zones are being resurrected to provide thoughtful places to relax and unwind. Pairing this with practical floors allows for easy installation and maintenance while replicating the look and feel of traditional materials, such as stone, tile and wood.

Bring the Outdoors In

Indian block printed cushions ranging from £20 to £75, [email protected]

The hazy days of summer are captured in the vibrancy of pattern and colour in Huddle Collection’s cushions and accessories. While they do look fabulous on a summer terrace, they can be used throughout the year to inject pops of interest into living room design.

Neutral Space

Woodline collection, Uniwood36 from £ per m2, Leoline,

Neutral trends continue to play a hand in living room design. While neutrals palettes do provide a calming aesthetic, it’s important to break up the scheme by adding in textural layers give a sense of comfort and interest. The new Woodline collection from LeoLine carefully replicates the look of painted wood floors, with all the convenience of easy-to-install and maintain cushion vinyl.

The Artists Lounge

Craft Papercut collection, 9366 String from £175 (80 x 150cm), Louis De Poortere,

Living Rooms provide a great canvas for displaying art, whether that’s traditional wall paintings or accessories. Louis De Poortere has deconstructed the aesthetic of the Bauhaus movement into rugs that celebrate colour and form while providing comfort and practicality.

Apartment Glam

Mayfair collection 100% New Zealand Wool carpet from £113 per m2, Riviera Home UK,

The need for indulgent comfort increases during the latter part of the year. Inspired by the bygone era and decadent apartment styles, Riviera Home UK’s Mayfair carpet collection epitomises effortless glamour. It adds a touch of textural detail while pairing easily with all interior styles.

In the zone

Cascada, Wintry Forest Oak Extra Matt hardwood floor from £70.99 per m2, Quick-Step,

With the move towards autumn and winter, households tend to gravitate to living room spaces where they become a space to unwind, play and converse. Living areas have to be able to quickly adapt to the extra stresses of multi-functional zones, and choosing the right materials for key surfaces, such as floors, provides a durable foundation that will ensure interiors look pristine throughout the autumn/winter months. Quick-Step provides a range of hardwood, vinyl and laminate floors that offer a durable solution to suit all budgets and styles.

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