With the arrival of autumn comes cosy time spent indoors, so we’ve put together a handpicked selection of trends to help ready your home for the season ahead. Meet our four new looks for autumn 2019.

From the polished to the pared-back, the colourful to the cool, our four fabulous new looks will help make the transition into autumn all the more enjoyable.

Even better – there’s a stunning new range of furniture, rugs and accessories just in at Barker and Stonehouse, which means now is the perfect time for a style refresh.

Read on to discover our four exciting new looks to make the most of your home this season.

Urban Nordic

Defined by laidback leathers, earthy tones and cool character, Urban Nordic is a relaxed take on Scandinavian design. A natural colour palette keeps things calm and casual, with character supplied by distressed upholstery and rich woods.

Barker and Stonehouse - Urban Nordic

A worn leather sofa is as chic as it is comfortable. Exuding rugged charm that only gets better with age, the contemporary Troy chaise sofa is set upon tapered metal feet for a modern, minimalist touch that taps into this trend beautifully.

For a nod to Nordic heritage, look towards pared-back pieces and raw finishes. The Tiros dining table combines rustic oak with angular legs and metal bolts, putting an industrial twist on Scandi style. Add in some greenery and you’re good to go.

Retro Revival

High energy and high impact, Retro Revival gives mid-century modern style a luxe edge.

Barker and Stonehouse - Retro Revival

To get the look, seek out statement designs that really set the tone. The Theo bed frame features a stunning button back headboard that won’t go unnoticed, whilst plush upholstery brings a glamorous touch to any bedroom. Finish the look with fun fringing and velvets for added flair.

Elsewhere, mix furniture with contrasting shapes to create just the right amount of drama, then opt for plenty of bold accessories. Boasting a unique combination of wood, concrete and brass, the linear Pala sideboard really makes an impact when topped with smooth, circular vases and table lamps.

When it comes to colour, invigorating pops of playful red, opulent blue and mustard yellow work well together, especially alongside warm metallic finishes.

Glacial Glamour        

Perfectly capturing contemporary elegance, Glacial Glamour combines sumptuous textures with polished metallics. A cool colour palette of icy grey, silver and blue keeps the look effortless, instead letting luxurious materials and mirrored finishes shine.

Add classic comfort and style to your living space with the Cornell extra large sofa. Reflective surfaces are essential for this trend, bringing an abundance of glamour that really ties everything together. Combine marble pieces, like the Gowan side table, with chrome accessories for a clean and contemporary effect.

To achieve ultimate decadence, load up on shimmering velvets – think cushions, lampshades, furniture and more. The Ophelia button back bench will add undeniable sophistication to your dining room or hallway, and its soft upholstery feels just as good as it looks.

Rustic Retreat

Faded finishes, dark hues and wild accessories give Rustic Retreat its natural charm. For this lived-in look, we’ve curated an eclectic mix of aged wood, leather and brass.

The Dakota sofa is an easy choice, thanks to its gorgeous combination of fabric and leather upholstery. Updating the classic Chesterfield shape with a relaxed scatter back design, it’s an incredibly charismatic piece that’s rich with all of the right colours.

Rustic reclaimed woods pieces such as the Tennyson dining table combine perfectly with luxe velvet dining chairs for a contrast in texture and style.

To break down the borders of this masculine design, embellish your space with warm brass pieces like vases and lighting. Finally, bring the outdoors in with animal motifs in the form of cushions, lamps and wall art. The stunning Stag sculpture and Deer picture introduce an element of nature that complements this rustic scheme perfectly.

In the mood for some more inspiration? See what else is new for Autumn 2019.