Interior Secrets: 3 trends to try this autumn

Interior Secrets
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Goodbye summer, hello autumn! The last bit of summer may have left and now that the leaves are changing and the temps are cooling, let us share some interior secrets to help you brighten your home this autumn. Here are three up-and-coming trends in furniture and interiors to try out at your place this season.

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1. Shades of grey

We’re embracing every shade of grey at Interior Secrets this autumn. Grey walls, grey chairs, silvered branches with a touch of marble and white are the right elements to make a room more warm and spacious. The signature Infinity Wall Art Print in Black ($290.00 AUD) is the stand out feature in this grey and white space and can be a staple for many room looks, with or without coloured accessories.

Featuring: Tisha Dining Chair in Grey + Cyclone Round Dining Table in White (Isamu Noguchi Replica)


2. A place to write

Going back to school or work? Or need a desk that befits those seasonal scribblings? Interior Secrets thrives on Scandinavian theming as the designs clean lines are timeless in their simplicity. Take a look at the highly functional Marc Scandinavian Console Table ($395.00 AUD). It’s simple and to the point with design and will add a chic and modern flourish to any study.

Featuring: Alberta 3 Wall Art Print + Hemma Dining Chair in Grey.


3. Pastel power

Pastel dreams that so it seems! Featuring the stand out Raymond Lounge Chair ($580 AUD) in a gorgeous shade of blush pink, that has a great ability to blend with natural materials such as wood panelling, timber floors and even polished concrete. Pastel colours first emerged in the 80s adorning living areas, bedrooms and bathrooms to make a powerful design statement. In today’s interiors, pastels are back in a big way! Whether you’re thinking of giving your interiors a makeover or just adding some pastel touches to your textiles – there is a wonderful emergence of all different pastel hues (think mint, lemon, baby blue and pale pinks) in furniture and interior design right now.

Featuring: Zeno Buffet + Albany Wall Art Print


At Interior Secrets we strive to bring new and upcoming trends and styles for customers and designers. We don’t just sell furniture, we thrive to showcase what we implement with our products to upcoming trends. There you have it, our secret is out in the open.

For more home decor ideas take a look at seven ways to make your rental more homely, 10 reasons to love wallpaper and 70s decor trends making a big comeback.

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Interior Secrets

Interior Secrets was launched in 2009 to provide Australian consumers with access to modern and designer pieces at Australia's most competitive prices. We have since grown Interior Secrets to be a single destination boasting the most comprehensive online collection of modern design furniture and wide range of homewares. We strive to give everyone the opportunity to share the styles that we adore.

Our aim is to provide our customers the best prices for all furniture, great quality in products and of course for your peace of mind we are Australian owned. Due to the company's passion and drive, we were featured in Business Review Weekly’s Fast 100 in 2015. You can follow Interior Secrets on Facebook.

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