Interior design trends for autumn & winter

To celebrate the launch of three new floral wallpapers from Farrow & Ball, we’ve rounded up the most coveted trends for autumn and winter. Scroll down for ideas on how to recreate each look in your own home with moodboards from our favourite interior design influencers.


Texture is becoming incredibly popular within the home, with many layering pleated velvets, crumpled linens, weathered woods and thick furs. Farrow & Ball wallpaper adds tactility to the wall too, with an almost three dimensional finish created by printing paint on paper.

Atacama BP 5804/ Moodboard created by Ruth Matthews @design_soda_ruthie

Papering your walls with Atacama is a lovely way to recreate this sensory look with rich textures to explore, prickly cacti to find and an intricate botanical design that can’t fail to bring a smile.   



Gardening can have an incredibly calming effect, and the same can be said of walls that bloom before our eyes. Floral designs such as the new Hegemone wallpaper help transform the home into a welcoming retreat where we feel safe and inspired.

Hegemone BP 5702/ Moodboard created by Rebecca Sterling @rvk_loves

Less rigid than a classic floral pattern, each colourful spray within Hegemone is wonderfully optimistic. This organic design blooms freely in all directions for a feeling of growth and rejuvenation, creating the ultimate escape.


Following the subtle schemes and minimalist style of Scandi design, we’ve noted a real step towards the expressive trend of maximalism. In the spirit of ‘more is more’, many are creating a riot of pattern and colour by combining zingy velvets, eclectic furniture designs and botanical prints like Helleborus.

Helleborus BP 5605/ Moodboard created by Melanie Lissack @melanielissackinteriors

One of the largest motifs yet from Farrow & Ball, this organic pattern was first drawn with a pipette for a sense of fluidity. Each larger than life petal feels as though it is unfurling on the wall, creating an invigorating space.

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Joanna Spindler


After studying classics and archaeology at the University of Exeter, Joanna quickly fell for the interiors world and has been writing about homes ever since. She recently swapped her London flat for a little cottage in the Dorset countryside. At the weekend, you’ll find Joanna eating her way around the local foodie spots or trying not to fall over during yoga.

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