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Autumnal inspired interiors

Hey Cats,

Autumn can have some of the richest and warmest interiors of any season. When I think of autumn I envisage the gradual turning of the leaves from grassy greens to soft hues of yellow then into burnt oranges. Not to mention two of my favourite festivities, Halloween and bonfire night!
‘Tis the season to bring out the chunky knit blankets, and warm the spiced mulled wine on the stove. I want to inspire you below with some great autumnal interior ideas that I just adore!
It’s surprising what a fresh lick of paint can do to the look and feel of your home this autumn, and all these looks can be achieved by just that and they all come from Dulux Decorator Centre.
Go Grey
Charcoal grey can be a great deep shade that has an air of coolness to emulate the grey night sky, as the nights draw in more and more. I think it can look really effective on a textured wall, or even say wood like the image below.
Add a burst of burnt orange accessories for depth of contrast and great autumnal warmth. This can be a great look for a number of spaces in the home, from your bedroom to the hallway as you walk in. Check out the look below with Dulux paint Bowler Hat;
Warm up with Magnolia
So in contrast to the cooler grey, the next look is with the primary use of magnolia for warmth that runs through your living area. This warmer tone can create a really cosy look and works really well in contrast against some natural wood furniture.
The neutral shade is really great to add any other colour scheme in your furnishings and accessories. Get the look with Dulux paint Lemon Spirit, which although sounds more lemony, it can still be the perfect colour to achieve this look.
autumn | fall | autumn interior | cosy | fireplace | winter | autumn 2013 | autumn decorations:
Orange Statement
And last but not least has to be the quintessentially autumnal shade of orange. This spicy sandalwood shade from Dulux paint is everything I love about the autumn. It’s warm, it’s spicy and it adds so much character to a room if you pair it with the right furnishings and colour scheme.
Some people see this colour as a bit daring, and I can see why, but I think if you get the right inspiration and pair with the right accompaniments this can be a really great autumn look.
tangerine orange living room with white furniture, love the use of color!:  :
So if you’re ready to take the plunge into one of my favourite seasons, then fully immerse yourself in the festivities and add a fresh lick of paint to your home this autumn.
For further inspiration Dulux Decorator Centre’s Pinterest is a great place to head! Happy decorating.

*This has been a collaboration


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