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home and decor
home and decor

home & decor

Moving into your first home or looking to refresh a room? Don’t worry about spending your time on Pinterest looking for home & decor inspo, check out some of our decor ideas, home hacks, must-have gadgets and more to create the home of your dreams.

home & decor

Moving into your first home or looking to refresh a room? Don’t worry about spending your time on Pinterest looking for home & decor inspo, check out some of our decor ideas, home hacks, must-have gadgets and more to create the home of your dreams.

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decor inspo

Autumn Colour

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Bold & Bright

Zesty shades of these autumnal colours make for powerful statements that are ideal on unique furnishings like stand-alone armchairs or headboards. They can also be used as colour pops on home accessories like cushions and throws.

Deep & Rich

Darker tones like wine red, burnt orange, and ochre create luxuriously cosy interiors. They can be matched with an eclectic mix of home furnishings and accessories to up a home’s character.

Pop of Blue

As blue lies directly opposite the classic autumn warm tones on the colour spectrum, it will be the most arresting to the eye. This can be done by featuring either a single pattern that contains both colours or as a whole room scheme for a bigger design impact.

Hint of Green

While bright, emerald, and leaf green colours are well suited for spring and summer, warm greens combine beautifully with traditional fall colours. By blending a warm mossy green with brown, rust, and gold, you can create a room with warmth, depth, and dimension.

 

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