Spice Up Your Home Interior for Autumn 2018

There are so many opportunities to transform your home throughout the year and the transition from Summer to Autumn is the perfect time to get the ball rolling.

There are some simple ways you can add a little bit of Autumn into your home, here’s how you can spice up your interior.

Midnight Blues will Warm Your Home

Midnight Blue is a huge trend this season, but if you don’t want to paint your walls this deep blue colour there are small things you can add - we don’t blame you, this is an awfully big commitment to a ‘trend’ colour.

So, how can you incorporate this colour in a slightly more understated way? Add in some cosy accessories like pillows, throws and soft bedding. This can inject the cosy tones into your home as well as adding warmth to a room.

Keep Warm with Blankets

Blankets can make any room look warm and cosy as well as being just what you need on a cold day at home.

Whether they’re knitted or fluffy blankets, you can never have too many in a room, especially in your bedroom or living room!

However, if you don’t want your blankets lying around the place or maybe you have too many to put on your sofa or bed, a blanket box is perfect for this.

Blanket boxes come in all shapes and sizes and you can definitely find one perfect for your room from our large range.

Ensure Your Room Glows with Candles

Candles are a great way to warm up those dark, Autumn evenings and a great way to fill your house with amazing musky scents.

There are so many scented and unscented candles on the market, you’ll be sure to find one for every room.

Curl Up with a Book

Autumn is the perfect time to get stuck into a good book and with all of the cold nights drawing in, you’ll need space for all of the great books.

A bookshelf is a great way to store and display your books and it is so easy to grab your favourite book for a cosy night in.

You can find the bookshelf which will fit in your room the best from our whole range of bookshelves, available here.

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