The Tuesday Twist: 17 October
Autumn is one of the best seasons to spend time with family and friends. The crisp fall air often encourages more time spent indoors with loved ones. Making your home a cosy and inviting environment for the season is surely a highlight!
With endless decorating possibilities available, choosing a theme or decor scheme can be challenging. This year we just can't get enough of the warm, gentle and sophisticated palette of the Muted Colours Trend! What exactly does this look like?
Try to incorporate shades such as those displayed in this 18th century tray of Jasper pastels:
Warm, pale shades of grey
Blush and dusky pinks
Dusty pale greens
Light, gentle shades of camel
Smoky shades of peach
Light, earthy shades of brown
Toned down shades of lavender and purple
This year to fully embrace the muted fall colour palette, why not try your hand at creating non-traditional pumpkins?
- Using chalk paint in various shades of blue, white and tan you can create chic decor that would look great as a centerpiece or mantel display.
- Incorporate a few pumpkins painted with gold geometric patterns as stand out pieces.
- Another trend this autumn is the incorporation of velvet elements. Rather than switch out your entire furniture range, why not try making some adorable velvet pumpkins?
Why not make a standout centerpiece for your table this year by combining the muted fall colour palette with accents of gold and trending plants such as succulents?
This year we saw an influx of geometric patterns in both decor and design. Mixed with this year's trending shades and materials, the combinations are just perfect!