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8 top picks for Autumn 2018 from interior editors

8 top picks for Autumn 2018 from interior editors

Posted by Clare on Jul 06, 2021

Our collections are going down a storm with interiors editors everywhere.  Check out which interior trends they've been loving with our edit of the top picks as spotting in magazines this Autumn.

Modern Eclectic

Style at Home suggested adding an urban edge to your space with the Hulstone Console Table which featured in their November issue.  It's crafted from reclaimed rough sawn pine and has two useful drawers which are finished with powder coated charcoal steel bar handles that match the frame of the table. The timber is given a grey wash tint lacquer which enhances the unique imperfections and bring out the natural knots and grain pattern of the wood.

Traditional with a twist

Urban Chic square coffee table

The November issue of Real Homes used the Urban Chic square coffee table in feature about a renovation project on a period home.  One of our best selling coffee tables, it brings colour and character to any living room.  The coffee table has a steel outer frame which highlights the individual colour and character of the reclaimed timber that’s been used to create this unique piece of furniture.

Chinese charm

9 Schools grey console table

We were delighted that our nine Schools oyster grey console table appeared in the women's glossy magazine Psychologies in October. It featured in an article illustrating how to designing holistic spaces. With eastern design influences, the console table has a beautiful satin finish and would be an elegant statement piece of furniture in any hallway or living room.

Coastal charm

Modern Home featured the Coastal Chic laptop desk in the October issue, calling it a versatile desk that is a "must have" for any home.  The desk features a simple and characterful design and we think it would work equally well as a home office desk or dressing table. It has two storage drawers and is finished with a resilient satin lacquer to highlight the beautiful unique colour of the reclaimed timber that's been sourced from Souther India.

Country classic

Signature Grey coffee table

The November issue of Ideal Home feature the Signature grey coffee table on the shortlist page, as a key piece to make a living room ready for a winter of relaxing in style. The coffee table has four handy drawers on one side and on the other, a hinged top which reveals hidden storage space beneath. It has a distressed limed top which contrasts with the classic grey paint finish on the frame and the distressed bronze knobs on the drawers add a stylish finishing touch.

Statement style

Rushbury painted sideboard

Is red going to be the new interior trend colour this season?  Your Home magazine certainly think so, they featured the Rushbury Painted Large Sideboard in fire engine red in the October issue about blush colour schemes.  If red isn't your thing, the range comes in a choice five other colour option.

A 'must buy' cupboard

Nine Schools black decorated cabinet

The Nine Schools decorated small black cabinet has been a real hit this season.  Featuring in both the Sunday Express and Daily Star Sunday "Must Buy" section! Inspired by traditional Chinese design, the cabinet has a beautiful decorative glossy black lacquer and is hand finished a butterfly and floral design in gold leaf. The design is further complemented with the antiqued metal door and drawer catches.

Slim fit storage

Signature grey wine rack

Another mention for the Signature range in the November issue of Grand Designs magazine and this time for the wine rack, which featured in 6 of the best freestanding storage solutions.  The wine rack holds 12 bottles and up to 20 wine glasses, it also has a handy storage drawer – perfect for corkscrews and other accessories.  A useful addition to any dining room especially with Christmas only a few weeks away.

From the contemporary to the characterful, the top interior trends chosen by editors this season have certainly made us #houseproud.  Which is your favourite?