Transform your home into a stylish and welcoming snug with a combination of organic creams and earthy browns. Layering textures and colours is a lovely technique to add instant detail to a space. And choosing naturalistic textures is the perfect start to bringing the natural elements from outside your door, straight into the warmth of your living room.
Load your sofa with an array of wool, knits and faux fur blankets with luscious cushions to enhance the snuggly look. Add some glimmers of candlelight and this understated, airy style is transformed into warm seasonal charm.
Orange, red, and yellow are the conventional colors of fall, but designers are increasingly turning to other nature-inspired hues to create refined fall color combinations. If you prefer to decorate with the classic colors of pumpkins and fall leaves, experiment by mixing one or two unexpected shades into your palette to mix things up. Layer in a few pillows in a rich navy blue or line your dining room table with a forest green runner to set off the rest of your orange and yellow decor. You can also incorporate a bit of shine through metal decorative accents. “They are a great way to add contrast in a design while also providing a pop of color in a unique way.
What’s more “fall” than some fallen leaves? Create a gallery wall of leaves in mismatched frames to bring in a cozy feel.
Cozy patterns and textures can work well together in any context. For fall, these neutral textiles along with tan and khaki textured details, like the headboard and rug, bring a sense of style and comfort.
Cozy Non-Working FirePlace
Warm up a non-working fireplace with cozy accessories such as pillow and throw filled baskets, a plush sheepskin rug and a little branch of eucalyptus in a vase. An added benefit: Easy access to warm blankets on cold evenings.