The Colour of My Love by Rod Bere


The seasons are shifting once more, and those yellow summer tones are starting to give way to more autumnal hues.

Like many homeowners that enjoy replicating the changing seasons inside their homes, here are a few ideas on how to change up your interior decor with an autumnal twist without breaking the bank.


Create a feature wall

Creating a seasonal upgrade in your home doesn’t mean that you need to totally overhaul your look; a simple feature wall in a warm tone along with some new artwork is often enough to completely revamp a room for less than you might expect.

Opt for warming tones such as burnt sienna, earthy oranges and ochres to add colour and depth and then complete the look with some shelving and artwork to add texture and visual interest that’s sure to draw the eye.

We love The Colour of My Love by our artist Rod Bere as it cleverly uses reflection to double the beautiful autumn landscape and is filled with subtle colour that will help bring your upgraded new look together effortlessly.


Add metallics

Midas Gold Tree by CK Wood
Midas Gold Tree by CK Wood

Metallics are an excellent way to bring in autumnal tones to any room with minimal effort, so why not consider swapping out that bedspread and decorative cushions for something that provides a few bronze highlights to celebrate the new season?

Complete the look with a few metal candle holders and perhaps splurge on a new piece of art to give a really classy and sophisticated look to your bedroom space?

Midas Gold Tree by artist CK Wood is an incredible abstract piece of art featuring acrylic metallic texture and is ready to hang, making it a great addition to stylish bedrooms.


Create a mixed media wall

If you’ve got some photographs that feature a few autumnal shades or have been creating a few pieces of art yourself using vibrant brown, red and orange hues or a collage of dried fallen leaves, you can create your own mixed media wall with minimal effort and cost.

Not only will this allow you to update your look in a hallway, dining room, stairway or living space, but it’s a great way to showcase some of your own artistic talents and personal taste without having to spend all weekend choosing colours or swapping scatter cushions for those that feature the latest shades of the season.

All you need to get started are some frames, photos and small pieces of art that bring together the autumnal theme you are hoping to achieve, so have fun creating your very own mixed media wall artwork and let your creativity flow.