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Get the look, Cosy Corner

Get the look, Cosy Corner

Many aspects can influence the ambience in your home, from furniture to paint colour to accessories and even rugs. We’ve collaborated with our Senior Creative Designer to bring you some expert advice on how to ‘cosy up’ your home.

“Autumn brings the cooler weather and the anticipation of many festivities from Halloween to Christmas. It also brings that familiar autumnal chill which draws our attention inside and to the creation of welcoming cosy spaces.” Jo Butters, Senior Creative Designer

Get the look;

When updating your home, a key aspect is selecting a colour scheme. With this in mind, we’ve selected Country Oatmeal and Maroc Sage for our Devonshire Pillow Back Cornergroup. The soft-touch woven texture of the Country fabric, combined with the deep green hues of Maroc, is sublime. This combination will allow you to get creative by layering paint, fabric, and your accessories’ colour; whilst knowing they will work collectively to create a beautiful scheme in your home. Click here to order your free fabric samples today and create your mood board.

Our pillow back option will give you that ‘sink in’ feeling, the perfect way to relax after a Sunday afternoon walk, taking in the Great British outdoors. If you prefer a little more support, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our Formal back option, just as comfy, only fewer cushions to fluff! To discover the Devonshire collection, click here.

“A corner sofa offers the perfect platform to add layering. For Autumn, add textural throws and scatters in faux fur or chunky knits to add both warmth and visual appeal for the ultimate cosy night in front of the fire. A corner shape also ensures the whole family can snuggle up together or take that Sunday afternoon nap! Corner sofas can also add good juxtaposition to a room layout by breaking up the centre floor space in the same way as a coffee table can. Immediately adding visual interest, this can be a great way to break up a bare open space. Plus adds an extra seat without the commitment to an armchair.” – Jo Butters, Senior Creative Designer

Get The Look;

Add a selection of accessories to introduce a classic look into your home. Combining brass and gold tones will add depth and intrigue to your room. Often, gold accessories don’t have to be expensive to look expensive, meaning you can add more to your room for less. Consider using items you might have stored in the attic ‘just in case you need them one day’ (we’ve all been there).This is a great way to make use of those otherwise lost treasures.

Click here to visit our Pinterest board and discover more ways to incorporate gold tones into your home.

If you’re looking to redecorate your home, explore ways to use bold or fun wallpaper. Whether this is for a panel, single feature wall, or even to fill a picture frame, you can create a strong presence of personality in your home by playing around with prints.

This look is breathtakingly classic and can be adapted to any space to make your house a home. With Devonshire currently on offer, there’s no better time to start your next home update project. Click here to discover the full range of offers.

Jo has been with us since 2016 and has a strong background in textiles as well as a great eye for colour and detail. As part of her role, Jo develops our fabric collections to ensure they work beautifully across all our sofa ranges.

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