One of the best things about the change in the seasons, is the abundance of new home interior collections out in the shops. It’s the time of year when making the home all warm and cosy is the goal, especially as the nights draw in and the temperature drops. Of course, how you style your home for the colder months is entirely up to you – you might be all about those autumn colours, or you might want to embrace tactile accessories to the max.
But you don’t have to completely renovate your home to get it ready for autumn – there are a few quick and easy updates you can make. So, let’s talk about how you can add a few new touches to your home ready for the autumn and winter season.
1. Embrace texture
We all know autumn is the time for keeping warm and cosy, so this is the perfect opportunity to build some texture into your fabrics and accessories. Think beautiful soft throws, sheepskin rugs and pelts, and warm wool or velvet cushions across sofas and beds.
2. Go for gold
Weave in gold accessories and design details to add a bit of autumnal warmth that looks fabulous teamed with wooden pieces. Ramp up the cosy factor with tactile cushions and bedding.
3. Style your sideboard
Give your sideboard an autumn refresh and display candles, lamps, and seasonal touches that make it feel homely. It’s a simple update that doesn’t have to cost much, and can easily be changed to reflect the time of year.
4. Inject some seasonal colour
If you fancy a little DIY project to keep you busy over the autumn weekends, why not give your walls a bit of a refresh? If you really want to embrace the time of year, go for berry tones that look fantastic teamed with wood furniture, plants and back-to-nature accessories.
5. Create a bar cart
Whether you’re planning seasonal soirees or just want to settle down with a Friday night cocktail, creating an at-home bar is a great idea to see you through the colder months. You can easily transform bookcases, sideboards or console tables into bar carts, simple get your favourite spirits, add some stylish accessories and get ready to shake some cocktails!
These are just a selection of ideas on how you can update your home this autumn, but we know there’s loads more! So what will you be doing to make your home feel more cosy in the coming months? Send us your tips and tricks for a cosy autumn home over on Instagram.