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Swap bright summery cushions and throws around and use warm autumnal colours such as orange, red, brown to bring some warmth into your living room. Knitted throws or pillow covers can also add extra texture and cosiness. Esprit are having some super cute autumn cushions in their homeware section at the moment.
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Flowers are a great way to bring autumn inside your home. Asters, chrysanthemums, dahlias and gladiolas are colourful seasonal flowers that are widely available right now and if you arrange them with some leafy branches, berries or some rough sack linen, you will have a beautiful autumnal arrangement for your sideboard or dining table in no time.
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Use leafy branches, berries or pumpkins to create rustic centre pieces for your coffee or dining table or hang up autumnal decorations like wreaths. You can get most of them for free or very little money and you’ll have great fun creating a unique piece of decoration for your home.
Candles aren’t only great to heat your front room a little, they’re also the perfect way to create a cosy atmosphere and infuse your home with autumnal scents. Diffusers are a fantastic alternative, if you have little ones around and would rather not burn candles while they are awake. My favourite candles are actually Matalan’s glass jar candles. I’ve blogged about them before, but if you haven’t read the post, I can really recommend them. At £3 a candle, they burn for ages and their scents are really lovely.
Metallic or earthenware vases, bowls or candle holders add a rustic feel to your room and can be used to create great accents in your living space. Choose metals such as gold, copper or brass to keep within the autumnal colour scheme of your room. Wooden fruit bowls create a warm feel too.