We are already huge fans of our striking Global trend and are excited to introduce new additions to the range for the autumn/winter 2015 season. This trend’s core look is eclectic, warm and bohemian, featuring spicy reds and oranges. The new home co-ordinates range keeps this distinctive feel but introduces festive inspired shapes and patterns as well as lots of earthy golds and coppers.

Give your living room or bedroom an update with key items from the trend. Pick out a few statement pieces and co-ordinate with neutral tones to avoid this bold trend becoming too overpowering. We will definitely be cosying up on cold, winter nights with this tartan throw. Add a touch of Christmas sparkle to your sofa too with this embroidered cushion.

And why not give your mantelpiece an update in time for Christmas and give this gorgeous tealight holder a home? Or welcome guests with this ‘We Wish You A Merry Christmas’ plaque.

tartan throwChristmas sparkle embroided cushionWe wish you a merry Christmas red wooden sign


Wooden accessories also feature heavily in this trend’s autumn/winter update and our favourites are these copper topped lanterns. They went down a storm at our recent press show, receiving great feedback from journalists who absolutely loved them!

global cushions


If you’re looking to introduce this trend into the bedroom we think this beaded bronze pendant would add a gorgeous bohemian look to your space. Or have them sat on your bedside tables with these co-ordinating table lamps; available in bronze or white.

bronze plated pendant global shadeCopper top candle lanternbronze effect plated global map

If you love the Global collection and fancy giving your room a total facelift, try these paint colours:

Wilko matt emulsion in (from left): Tinsel Town, Ruby Ring, Earthy Hue and Ivory Tusk

wilko colour matt emulsion tinsel townwilko statement ruby ring global paintwilko matt emulsion earthy huewilko matt emulsion ivory tusk

Shop the full Global trend online at Wilko.com

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