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The Summer to Autumn/Winter Transition

The Summer to Autumn/Winter Transition

It’s officially September, and the Autumn season is on the horizon! As the brisk winter air creeps in you may be wondering how to update the décor in your home to reflect this season’s newest trends.

Glacial Hues

Glacier

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Add some light accents into your summery abode to accentuate the current coastal-inspired pastels. Glacial tones can be paired with your existing scheme to freshen up the space, making it Autumn/Winter ready or why not combine purple hues and rich velvets with dusty pink accents to bring an air of romance. Paring textured upholstery with gold accents will also bring a touch of elegance to your new look!

Statement walls

WallStatement

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Back in February this year, you may have seen our blog post on statement walls and how these can bring your new look to life. If you haven’t already, now is the time to utilise this look! Textured wallpaper and coverings can help lift a simple space – it’s easy to do and can have a big impact. How about choosing deep, bold colours to bring an element of drama to a bright room.

The Vintage Look

GreenandGold

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Over on Facebook and Twitter, we’ve been championing one of our favourite elegant schemes –green and antique gold!

This colour union is very versatile, and can be used to create a both a vintage look with classic rich wood finishes and pea-green walls, or a more modern and minimalist look with bold emerald hues and splashes of gold.

You don’t have to completely redecorate your home to transform it from a summer abyss to a cosy Autumn/Winter hideout. Gradually introduce elements of this Autumn’s key trends to give your home a fresh new look.

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