Colours and Themes:
Let’s start with the prime focus, colour. Now colour is a very debatable topic and many home-owners think it’s expensive, time-consuming and inefficient to change the color in their entire home. And to be frank it is! If you let it be.
We live in modern homes built for minimalism and flow. The days of clunky, boring, uniform themes are long gone. When switching colors, it is important to go with what feels right for the energy you want to create in your home.
Fluidity, vibrancy and positivity are the three main emotions you want in your home regardless of the season.
And to simply put it, changing everything in your home to orange, burgundy, or white won’t make it feel like Autumn. What this will do however, make it look like you have no taste in interior design. Definitely not a feeling you want to present to your friends and friends when they walk in.
Neutral colors with hints of boldness and vibrancy is the route you want to go with. Ditch traditional ‘Autumn’ colours in your main pieces and use those colours I mentioned (orange, burgundy and whites) in your accent pieces. Which are your toss pillows, rugs, accent chairs, and finishing pieces.
By doing this, not only to do you give a twist to traditional autumn flavours; it’s easier to incorporate, more cost-effective and more appealing compared to doing a complete 180 on your home furniture, decor and accessories.