Creating a space that is reflective of the seasons with Autumn colours and decoration.


We love the Autumn season, getting to stay in and enjoy our warm and inviting living spaces. Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, there are plenty of decorations to get you in the cosy spirit, from dazzling door wreaths to decorative pumpkins, there are so many options to enhance your autumn home decor.

Front door decorations

Autumn door wreath

Your front door is a great place to start with an autumnal wreath!

Another option is to incorporate natural elements like pinecones, acorns, or twigs into your wreath. These can be painted or left in their natural state for a rustic look. You can also add small pumpkins or gourds for a festive touch.

If you prefer a more traditional look, consider using autumnal flowers such as sunflowers, dahlias, or chrysanthemums. These flowers can be arranged in a wreath shape and paired with fall foliage like oak leaves or maple leaves.

If you’re looking for a less traditional option, you can also create a wreath using unconventional materials. For example, you could use burlap to create a rustic, farmhouse-style wreath. Simply cut strips of burlap and attach them to a foam wreath form using a hot glue gun. You can then embellish the wreath with autumnal ribbon or a few small embellishments like buttons or twine.

No matter what style or materials you choose, be sure to secure all elements tightly to the wreath form. This will ensure that your wreath stays intact during the autumn season.

Remember, the beauty of a homemade wreath is that you can tailor it to your personal style and taste. Get creative and have fun with your design

Creating a cosy space

Decorate your home this Autumn

To create a cosy autumnal atmosphere in your home, start by incorporating warm, earthy colours into your decor. Think deep oranges, rich browns, and burnt siennas. You can do this by adding accent pillows, throws, and rugs in these colours. Alternatively, consider painting an accent wall in a warm, autumnal hue to create a focal point in the room.

Soft lighting
Another important element of creating a cosy atmosphere is lighting. During the autumn months, it gets darker earlier, so it’s important to create a warm and inviting ambiance in your home. Consider swapping out bright, overhead lights for soft, warm-toned lamps or string lights. Candles are also a great option, as they not only provide soft lighting but also add a beautiful scent to your home.

Natural elements
Bringing the outdoors inside is a great way to create a cosy autumn atmosphere. Consider incorporating natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, and dried leaves into your decor. You can display them in bowls or vases, or even string them together to create a garland. Additionally, consider adding houseplants or fresh flowers to your space to bring in a touch of nature.

Textures and layers
When it comes to creating a cosy atmosphere, textures and layers are