How would you spend £100 in IKEA?

Autumn is almost upon us, the perfect time to complete your home DIY list, renovate that piece of old furniture, change your home décor or get rid of that old blanket… if this sounds familiar to you, don’t worry – s1homes can help.

You can win £100 to spend in IKEA, just head over to our Facebook page for your chance to win. But you’ll need to be quick! The competition ends on Sunday 17th (23:59).

Need a little inspiration? We’ve looked at the upcoming season’s trends and picked some of our favourites…

1. Velvet

Velvet is definitely on trend, you can find it everywhere, from cushions to sofas, armchairs, duvets… so why not add some softness to your home décor?

White and blue living room

2. Grey touch

Not such a serious colour anymore, Grey has become the perfect colour, even for a children’s room. A fluffy rug can soften the grey even further. Available in many different shades, you’ll be sure to find the perfect Grey for you.

Room with a cockhorse

3. Rattan

Although we may think rattan is a summer-style, the truth is a textured material can also fit perfectly within an autumnal theme. From a stool, basket, lamp or armchair – it will make a difference in any room.

Dark blue wall in bedroom

 4. Brass

It’s a perfect match with copper this Autumn and can be easily introduced to any room with vases, lamps, clocks or even a cosy lantern in the corner. The colours are perfect for a calm but stylish reading area – an ideal place to relax with a hot drink when it’s raining outside.

interior of living room with wooden dresser 3d rendering

5. Colour block

Colour block is not a recent trend, but mixing two solid colours is a winner for the Autumn season. Introducing colour block to a dining area gives a dramatic and stylish look and don’t forget to add some wooden furniture too.

3d rendering black and white loft dining room and kitchen

We’re fast approaching the end of 2017 – finish it off in style and comfort. Go to our Facebook page for your chance to win!

*Disclaimer: images used here are for inspiration only. To check IKEA items visit the website directly.

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