Autumn is drawing in
The air may be getting colder and the days getting shorter - but thankfully, the change in season is accompanied by a captivating change in foliage. This bewitching world of colours helps us to forget the summer's end and makes us look forward to this special time of the year. Deep red tones signal fading summer days and rich shades of brown - ranging from chestnut to fawn - set the mood for a toasty evening in front of the fire. The explosion of colours outside your window is sure to raise your spirits!
It would be a shame if this gorgeous colour scheme stopped at your doorstep - why not incorporate autumnal shades into your interior design? Decorating in autumnal colours makes your home the epitome of hygge, not to mention that it's totally on trend.
From pumpkin to sand - using warm colours in your interior design creates a warm and snug atmosphere. Natural materials like stone, warm wood tones and wicker are perfect accessories.
Floral colour gradients from golden yellow to Bordeaux bathe the low autumnal sun in a warming glow.
The great thing about autumn and winter is that the focus shifts to creating a cosy atmosphere at home. And what's cosier than soft cushions, a velvety sofa, and heavy draped curtains? Your choice of materials makes all the difference in the colder months. And if these materials are in bold, warm colour tones, then even better! They're sure to see you through the winter. Thermo fabrics also keep out the cold and save on heating costs.
Gold- and copper-coloured accessories add a shimmering flourish to your decor. Taking inspiration from the low autumnal sun, they exude warmth and complement red and orange tones. This doesn't just make your home nice and cosy, but also adds an elegant touch. We have well and truly fallen for these home accessories.