Let's make your home warm and cosy this autumn

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Autumn is officially here (technically it has been since September, but never mind that), and to show our appreciation for the season that is not too cold and not too hot, but juuust right, we want to deck out our houses with some funky and charming pieces.

Why? Not only to welcome autumn back, but also to get ourselves in the right mindset for the season of falling leaves. After all, how are the neighbours going to know that we’re bidding summer farewell if the décor and furniture in our dining rooms, living rooms, and other areas don’t tell them that? 

Let’s take a look at some fabulous home furnishing ideas you can try out by adding some cosy autumnal touches in and around your house.

1. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different reds for décor and furniture. It can beautifully warm up your home – visually, at least

6. A few loose pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, and fallen leaves can all spice up that dining table and make a fantastic autumn centrepiece

 Dining room by Sander Tischwäsche
Sander Tischwäsche

Jacquard Tischdecke PARK

Sander Tischwäsche

2. Autumn leaves in a glass bowl (or simply scattered across a table), dried twigs on a credenza, a pumpkin or two next to the sofa… sure-fire ways to welcome autumn into your home

Brighton & Mr David Twin Tone Lampshade:  Dining room by Lane

Brighton & Mr David Twin Tone Lampshade


3. Trade out those pillows and cushions with some plaids and stripes in deep hues for a more autumnal vibe

4. Bring the outside inside with this autumn-inspired wallpaper

Autumn in Charoal:  Walls & flooring by Bold & Noble
Bold & Noble

Autumn in Charoal

Bold & Noble

5. Opt for an autumn-themed dining table with white dishes, rustic napkin rings, and some loose branches and berries for charming detail

7. Rustic touches, such as wicker furniture and timber surfaces, can help get you ready for autumn, especially when combined with fire- and earth tones like orange, warm browns, reds, etc.

8. Get your interiors ready for autumn by displaying those logs loudly and proudly near your fireplace

9. Let your little one(s) get in on the fun with charming wall art that show off those autumnal tones in a light and cheerful manner

Autumn Owl Branch Luxury Nursery Wall Art Sticker Designs for a baby girls or baby boy nursery room:  Nursery/kid's room by Enchanted Interiors
Enchanted Interiors

Autumn Owl Branch Luxury Nursery Wall Art Sticker Designs for a baby girls or baby boy nursery room

Enchanted Interiors

10. What could be more relaxing and charming than curling up next to a warm, crackling fire?

11. Nothing says autumn like leaves—and what could be leafier than these fantastic planters for your collection of plants and flowers?

12. This striking décor piece in all the colours of autumn—enough said

 Household by DesignCode

JOYN Autumn Leaf


13. Ensure there are comfy blankets, quilts and throws in all seating areas of your home. Find throws in different colours and patterns for some visual variety

Rack & Geo Blankets:  Living room by Seven Gauge Studios
Seven Gauge Studios

Rack & Geo Blankets

Seven Gauge Studios

14. Want to experience the look of walking on fallen leaves without actually having to go outside? This fallen-leaves rug could work!

Deirdre Dyson AUTUMN LEAVES hand knotted wool and silk rug:  Living room by Deirdre Dyson LLP
Deirdre Dyson LLP

Deirdre Dyson AUTUMN LEAVES hand knotted wool and silk rug

Deirdre Dyson LLP
How else do you flaunt the autumn look in your home?
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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