Interiors: Brining the outdoors in this Autumn

Posted on Oct 9 2019 - 9:00am by Samantha Clark
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We get to have a little fun with our interior décor during the Autumn season. There is the variety of colour; the hues of red, orange, yellow, green and browns synonymous with the season; the chunky and cosy knits as we prepare for colder nights (especially when we’re still a little reluctant to pop the heating on), and of course the themes of events over the next couple of months too.

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From fragrance to knick-knacks, we’ve compiled our picks to bring a little of the outdoors in this Autumn.

Autumnal decor

Jacquard-weave blanket H&M– a throw you can double as a wrap-around if you’re popping outdoors! Under £20!

We love these stoneware white pumpkin dishes from Next. Perfect for rice dishes, nuts, olives, or little marshmallows to put in your hot chocolates. Will look great on your sideboard.

Gorgeous mottled, light-up pumpkin will look great in your living space.

These maple leaf fairy lights would look lovely around a fireplace!

Dress your front door with these gorgeous and super cheap (under £10!) autumnal wreath.

Fill your home with the smells of autumn with Home Sweet Home Yankee Candle. Apple and cinnamon, cosy!

Put your feet up with this Moroccan style pouffe from Dunelm.

Autumn leaves and pumpkins please (cushion)- says it all!

This heart shaped wooden lantern certainly bring the outside in. We also love the tall wooden lanterns from George– put some chunky pillar candles in them (we LOVE these realistic Truglow Pillar candles from Lights4Fun) for some cosy lighting.

What’s your favourite thing about Autumn? Let us know in the comments below!

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