Tartan, plaid and checks – the autumn trends you need to know about

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From lumberjacks to the early 90s grunge movement in Seattle, plaid designs have been a constant source of fashion for the last 20 years, and they’re all the range this autumn.

With the catwalks being overcrowded with checks this autumn, it’s time add some Scottish charm to your home.

From subtle plaid scatter cushions to tartan-tastic carpets, adding a checked finish to your home is easy and you can make it as bold or simple as you like.

Starting small is a great way to test your love of tartan, before you go all out and buy a tartan carpet and sofa! We suggest some tartan or plaid cushions, with a thick wool, tartan blanket to throw over your sofa to see how much you love this autumn’s number one trend.

For those of you ready to take the plunge, our Downton sofa collection offers the perfect blend of stylish tartan designs and a classic look that will make for a cosy living room this autumn.

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Available in four stylish colours with leather look fabric and luxurious chenille plaid, each piece in the Downton sofa collection is complete with hardwood leg and antique brass studding,  AND we’ve even throw in some subtle plaid scatter cushions for good measure! And, if you’re feeling really adventurous, why not add a plaid accent chair to really liven up your living room?

If you’re ready for a plaid sofa… you’re ready for a tartan carpet! The rustic look has taken over the UK in recent years, giving homes a sense of character in the process. This Woven Axminister Tartan wool carpet offers all the rustic charm that you’ve been searching for, with a wide range of colour choices and striking plaid patterns that will spruce up your home in line with the latest Autumn trends.

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With these warming autumn trends, your home will be snug throughout the winter, so you can snuggle up on the sofa and enjoy cosy evenings in front of the TV as the winter weather swirls outside.