It’s not long now before the leaves on the trees turn shades of orange and Autumn is in full swing. There’s something about Autumn that makes us want to get our cosy on and get as snug as a bug in a rug. Autumn is symbolic of change and is the perfect time to switch up your interiors. Why not let nature inspire you and create an Autumnal inspired bedroom? Here are our top tips on how to create an Autumnal inspired bedroom.
Autumnal colours are a mix of deep reds, rich browns, and saturated oranges. Think earthy colours and you’re on the right track. If you’re nervous about introducing such bold colour into your walls you can either stick to a feature wall or just bring the colours in through your soft furnishings. For example, a fabric bed in a rich burnt orange could be the perfect statement piece for your Autumnal inspired bedroom. You can view our fabric beds here.
Dark wood furniture compliments Autumnal colours beautifully. Indeed, dark wood really helps to enhance these beautiful earthy tones. What’s more dark wood can help to add depth and warmth to a bedroom helping it to feel like a welcome escape from the world.
An Autumnal inspired bedroom should include lots of different textures and rattan is a perfect way of introducing that. Without a doubt, rattan has had a major come back in the last few years and is worthy of a place in any autumnal inspired bedroom. There are lots of beautiful rattan pieces of furniture to purchase. Alternatively, you can introduce rattan accessories if you’re happy with your current furniture.
To create a bedroom that makes you want to hunker down for cosy nights in it’s essential that you add lots of layers and textures. We’re talking woollen throws, oodles of cushions and cosy rugs. In an Autumnal inspired bedroom when it comes to layers, more is more!
Dried flowers where once considered faux pas in the world of interiors. However, times have changed and any self-respecting interior lover knows the value of dried flowers. For example a vase of pampas grass can help to bring the outdoors in. Autumn is also a great time for pinching things from the garden for display in the home.