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Style Top 3 autumn/winter trends for 2021, according to Etsy

13:45  16 september  2021
13:45  16 september  2021 Source:   housebeautiful.co.uk

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With autumn on the horizon, Etsy has unveiled the three hottest trends to add to your radar for 2021. From gorgeous dry flower wreaths to vintage furniture, let these ideas inspire you to refresh your home for the season ahead.

a glass of wine on a table: Etsy has unveiled the 3 hottest trends to add to your radar for 2021, including gorgeous dry flower wreaths and vintage furniture. © Etsy Etsy has unveiled the 3 hottest trends to add to your radar for 2021, including gorgeous dry flower wreaths and vintage furniture.

Not sure what to get your hands on first? Whether you're redecorating or want to snap up some new accessories, take a look at the trends below...

1. Autumn wreaths

Autumn wreaths are the best way to add some kerb appeal and seasonal colour to your entryway. From artificial styles to real wreaths with fresh eucalyptus, it's no surprise to see them continuing to surge this year. In fact, Etsy has already seen a 70 per cent search increase for autumn wreaths this year, while dry flower wreaths have surged by a whopping 383 per cent.

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'Last year, we saw an uplift in searches for autumn wreaths, and this year we anticipate the style will be even more popular amongst shoppers,' says Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy's trend expert.

'A way of continuing the love for dried flowers, this trend is not only long-lasting and beautiful, but also a better choice for the environment, as the wreath can be used again each year.'

a plant growing out of the water: Autumn wreath, £33.99, Etsy © Etsy/WhtBE Autumn wreath, £33.99, Etsy

2. Bespoke furniture

Homeware trends continue to evolve, but Etsy has found many shoppers are opting for bespoke one-of-a-kind furniture pieces over cheaper mass-produced products. Offering a timeless sense of personalisation (and a more sustainable way to shop), we're not surprised shoppers are forgoing click and collect for vintage finds.

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'Shoppers are increasingly looking for their homes to reflect their personal style, and by mixing vintage and contemporary pieces, they can create a stylish space like no one else's,' adds Dayna. 'There has been a staggering 797 per cent increase in searches on Etsy in the UK for bespoke furniture in the last three months (compared to the same time last year).'

a close up of a book shelf: Plywood Record Cabinet, £600, Etsy © Etsy/JarvisWoodworks Plywood Record Cabinet, £600, Etsy

3. Vintage coloured glass

Etsy's final trend for autumn/winter 2021 is glass accessories alive with a blaze of colour. In fact, according to their data, there has been a 35 per cent increase in searches for coloured or Murano glass in the last three months. From unique textures to eye-catching shapes and interesting swirls, it's the ultimate way to add some character to a white shelf without breaking the bank.

Dayna says: 'One standout vintage trend this autumn is coloured glass, an easy way for shoppers to add a pop of personality to their everyday items, while shopping sustainably by giving new life to an existing, vintage item.'

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a glass of wine: Vintage Pastel Coloured Glasses, £5.99, Etsy © Etsy/RetroTreasuresLeeds Vintage Pastel Coloured Glasses, £5.99, Etsy

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