Fall Into Autumn

 As we transition into the colder months, its time to incorporate some cozy textures and autumnal colourways into your decor. Finding timeless staples to include into your decor can be challenging, but you'll be happy to know there are only three main accessories you need in your home decor to increase the autumnal feels - flowers, soft furnishings and candles.


Flowers are one of the most frequently changed home decor pieces; their diverse types and what each symbolises makes them the perfect items to switch to change the mood of a room. The warm neutral colour palettes of autumn are a great place to start when deciding on this seasons florals - deep reds add a pop of colour to your space, while creams and beiges are timeless and easy to integrate throughout the year.
Dried arrangements have increased drastically in the past few years, with pampas grass becoming a staple stem in many peoples homes. They are neutral in colour, allowing them to blend seamlessly into your decor, no matter your colour palette.


These colder, shorter days are the perfect time to cozy up with a blanket or cushion. We particularly like to incorporate faux fur fabrics for this, as they make a room more snuggly by add texture to the room - this is particularly effective in a room with lots of metal, glass or marble as it adds contrast.
If you love being warm but hate high energy bills, a hot water bottle will be your best friend this season. Traditional water bottles can be a bit of an eyesore, but we have a beautiful selection of hot water bottles and eye mask duos that'll have you lounging in luxury.
Image of a black woman with curly hair sitting on a white sofa in a white living room decorated with autumnal decor, including fluffy faux fur throws and pampas artificial stems. She's holding a coffee table styling book. A white background with a blush nude pink faux fur eye mask and matching hot water bottle set. To the right, there is a faux white rose stem.




Nothing compares to finishing a long day, putting your feet up and enjoying some mood lighting. A popular and accessible option for many people is using candles and there's a peacefulness emitted from a lit candle that can't be recreated with artificial light. Candles are also an important part of self care as scented ones stimulate your sense of smell and can be used alongside mindfulness or yoga to help you unwind and relax. This blog has been curated in partnership with a budding local business, Chenai Living, which specialises in handmade home decor and we particularly love their range of contemporary, artistic candle holders that suit a wide range of interior aesthetics. The handmade bowl featured in the autumn styling is a new in product of theirs and we absolutely love it!

neutral living room with green accent pillows and foot stools. The back wall features white panelling and a white textured canvas in a gold frame, while the wall next to it features a marble and gold shelf. The room has a gold and glass coffee table in the middle with an open coffee table styling book on the bottom shelf and handmade candle holders on top of the table. The candle holders and gold and white and feature tapered dinner candles, as well as thin beeswax candles. Photo of an autumnal inspired living room setting with a white and gold coffee table in the centre with dried pampas in a bum vase, coffee table styling books and candles. There's a white handmade bowl, with a gold trim and artificial coral in the bowl. In the corner of the room is a fireplace and orange pumpkin.


Head over to our gift guide section to view the moodboard for this autumnal look and get inspired for the perfect gifts for loved ones, or yourself for this season.


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