As the days and nights get cooler, a few additions to your home are just as important as your wardrobe to keep you feeling comfortable moving into the new season. Check out our furniture and homewares edit to get some inspiration for your Autumn home update…
PROJECT 82 – ANDY CHAIR
The Andy Chair by Project 82is the ultimate occasional chair for Autumn. It’s unassuming with its simple design, but just what you need for those nights spent at home during the cooler months. It’s easy to slide on to, and the tan leather upholstery adds an extra level of comfort.
Pillowcases are one of the best ways to update your home through the seasons without breaking the bank. Combining a couple of different colours is a good way to achieve a relaxed vibe in the bedroom. IN BED use 100% flax linen for their bedding which is made to feel softer with every sleep. Linen bedding has an effortless, comfortable look to it and is perfect for Sunday sleep-ins.
A home isn’t complete without art on your walls. This photograph by Brooke Holm was taken in the New Zealand wilderness and has the warm, neutral tones of Autumn. Wherever it hangs, it’s sure to be the hero of the room.
An autumn home update is a chance to look to nature for inspiration. Forest green is a great colour to add to your interior during this season and works well with monochrome pieces. This cotton throw from Mette Ditmer will keep you warm and also look stylish draped on your sofa when not in use.
What could be more comfortable than a velvet floor cushion? This olive option from Lightly gives a sense of sanctuary, somewhere to sit and read your favourite magazine for hours on end. Great for small areas where furniture space is tight, and versatile enough to pick up and move around.
Get the best out of your wine with the Eva Solo Decanter Carafe. When wine is poured, it runs through small holes in an integrated funnel, and into the glass carafe; a quick way to oxygenate the wine. It holds one bottle, and is crafted from stainless steel and mouthblown glass. Impress at your next dinner party with this unique product.
Made from a blend of perfume and vegetable wax, the Skandinavisk scented candle gives aromas of pine, fir and aged leather. SKOG is Norwegian/Swedish for ‘forest’ and lighting this candle will make you feel like you’re in a Scandivanian woodland. With up to 50 hours of burn time it’s sure to last you all season.
The stitch cushion by Jardan is made from 100% linen and should be on your Autumn home update list. The tumeric colour is perfect for mixing with leather and deep greens for that cosy vibe. It’s versatile enough to work in any room, from your bed to the sofa.
Uashmama have taken their signature washable paper bags and designed larger sizes for your floor. They’re a unique way to store all those autumn throws, cushions and blankets when they’re not being used. The paper is stretched and tanned making it durable and washable, leaving it with a leather-like feeling. Because they’re washable, the bags are ideal for your house plants too. The mimimal design will work in any interior and they’re nice to look at even empty.
Introduce yourself to some of the best rum-makers on the planet with this book from Hardie Grant, filled with over 40 rum-based cocktail recipes including old favourites like the Mai Tai and Negroni. Elevate your next party by showing off your new cocktail making skills and knowledge. There’s sure to be something for everyone.
The spherical Dome Lamp by Mater is modern and timeless at the same time. Its compact design makes it ideal for your bedside table or desk. The warm brass tones are modern and work well with other textures for a considered look. Streamline in its shape, the Dome Lamp is the finishing touch to a minimalist space.
Clean lines and a boxy shape make this bench by Mr & Mrs White a classic. Whether it’s at your front door, the end of your bed or used as a compact coffee table, the Atelier Bench is a quality choice for an Autumn home update. A top shadow detail and warm oak wood seal the deal.