The early signs of autumn are already leaping into action, as leaves turn to flaming reds and ambers and blackberries have been picked ready for those hearty homemade crumbles and jams to see us through hibernation season. We don’t know about you, but it’s getting us excited for cosy nights under a blanket with a good TV drama or book.

A new season and lots of time spent at home brings a welcome chance to change up your décor, whether that means a lick of new paint or choosing some new soft bedroom furnishings to snuggle down into.

Here are some of the biggest autumn and winter colour trends that will make you want to dress and then undress your bed.

Pink is Having a Moment

From soothing linen and soft, tactile velvet to statement furniture and tableware, pink made a dramatic return for 2020 with bundles of combinations and pairings and we think it’s a trend that will be sticking around for a while.

Muted shades of rose bring a welcome sense of warmth and calm to your bedroom, like our chunky Vintage Rose waffle throw and cushion covers, which just beg you to climb in. Try pairing it with tobacco browns for inviting, earthy vibes or keep the tones understated with matte accents and soft greys that feel ultra-chic.
If you’re thinking about a splash of luxury in your living room or bedroom, go out all and experiment with teals and indigo, topped with rich velvet accessories and leafy palms.

Versatile Greens

Green hues are popular to reflect tranquillity and creativity and have made it onto countless Instagram and Pinterest feeds already this year. Think greens matched with pinks, like our sumptuous sage set against a peachy backdrop, fresh grassy shades with yellow undertones for peppy kitchens and breakfast rooms, or neutral hints to bring some calm into your reading nook.

We love subtle shades that appear to transform when combined with different colour schemes. Try layering up some of your favourite shades like we have with the twill forest green bed linen and zig zag throw and create a unique combination your followers will swoon over.

Earthy Tones and Natural Living

Layering natural and earthy tones in different textures adds depth to a neutral palette and creates that irresistible sense of cosiness as autumn and winter creeps in. We’re seeing an increase in similar shades used across walls, woodwork, furnishings and accessories as a new alternative to standard room colour schemes and the results look good enough to curl up in.

Think soft stone greys and off-white bedroom walls with natural fabrics such as linen, hessian and wool, and relaxing soy candles – now, just pull your slippers on, breathe deep and relax.

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