Opulent gold, dusty country pinks, safari motifs, quirky animal ornaments and graphic prints are the biggest home trends for this Autumn/Winter, and they're all featured in the brand new George Home catalogue, which is out this week! Pick one up in store and flick through pages of gorgeous ornaments, bold decoration ideas and cosy colour themes.
The catalogue is split into five different looks. There's The Manor, which takes influence from big country mansions with cosy details, a luxurious 1930s collection called the Savoy, and globe-trotters will love Soulful Shelter.
Country-lovers can also find some classic vintage-prints in our Cottage collection, or for fans of the Scandi-look, take a peek at our Modern Organic trend with its clean lines and colourful graphic prints - there's a trend to suit every space at George Home.
Here's a run through of the new collection, including a few of our favourite picks.
Soulful shelter showcases a relaxed, urban vibe with a global feel. Imperfections and handmade finishes add to the beauty of this eclectic collection. Effortlessly fusing world traveller - think Navaho, tribal and folk - with urban industrialism. Smudged mark-makings provide a soft edge to this unique colour combination of earthy greens and aubergine.
Add a touch of safari to your bedroom with this detailed elephant duvet set. Sharon said: "The duvet set has a deep colour palette combined with strong emblems and patterns, which really echoes the overall global feel." Calling all globetrotters - you'll be able to travel around the world from the comfort of your own home with this glistening, vintage-style copper globe which is this season's most on-trend metallic tone. It would also make a great gift for anyone who dreams of travel...
This fabulously glamorous trend is a nod to the opulent 1930s era featuring a gradation palette of white to black, underpinned with a harmony of glossy metals and dark wood. Art Deco influences and beautiful silhouettes set the tone for the collection, whilst elegant swans and unicorns offer a feminine side to the trend. Marble, etched glass and foil prints make for an elegant show-stopping look.
The playful unicorn trend has been doing the rounds on the food, fashion and summer homeware scene for a while, and it looks like the mythical creature has had an autumnal, sophisticated makeover in this pretty gold-horned ornament. It would look perfect propping up books on your shelves or taking pride of place on a side table. We also love the gold detail in this rather elegant and dramatic swan-shaped vase. What better way to show off your flowers?
Sharon Parsons, George Home editor, said: "The curvy, tactile lines of this Deco-inspired swan perfectly sum up this elegant theme."
This trend conjures up the feeling of grandeur whilst being in a loved and lived in home. Rich floral blooms, regal damasks and bird prints set the backdrop while layers of rich velvets and soft wool plaids portray a cosy home. Warm autumnal colours contrast perfectly with teal and duck egg tones. Equestrian references and quirky animal characters drive the iconic style behind this story introducing a fun-loving twist to a classic look.
Dressed in his best suit, this hare ornament comes complete with quirky bow tie, monocle and pocket watch - surely there's no better way to add the quirky woodland trend to your home? Sharon added: "It looks great as part of a shelf arrangement - and makes a great bookend, too!" This season we love all things vintage, and that includes this riding scene cushion which conjures up an old-world feel. It's cosy and charming in equal measure.
This contemporary trend features beautiful basics and understated designs for easy living. Clean lines, ceramics, marble, copper and graphic prints make up this collection inspired by Scandinavian simplicity. Everything has functionality and purpose.
Combining some of our favourite trends - geometrics and copper - you can't go wrong with this mirror which is the epitome of modern glam and would suit and bedroom colour scheme. It also comes with its own matching hanging chain. We also can't get enough of this geometric duvet set, which comes with a pastel-themed colour scheme and a bold design.
Romantic but uncomplicated this look is fresh, delicate and feminine. Literary references are key including Alice Through the Looking Glass and The Secret Garden. Classic vintage prints work effortlessly with all things pretty from butterflies to ditzy florals, in rich cranberry red and soft pinks.
TOP PICKS: Pink and light blues are key here so why not nail the trend by adding a classic pinwheel cushion to your bedroom? Featuring a gathered detailing, this pink cushion will add an opulent touch to your bedding. And help complete the trend with this patchwork throw which is key to the cottagey look, according to Sharon. She says, "It would looks great on its own, or layered with other throws on the bed for a more relaxed feel."