It's time to repair our connection with nature
Striking combinations, such as verdant green, chocolate, umber and sienna set a playful, optimistic tone, while soft, green-based grey has emerged as the neutral and the ideal pairing for these nature-based hues.
The Repair palette explores a mindful appreciation of humble and handcrafted simple pieces – whether they’ve been collected on your travels or found in vintage stores
When autumn arrives and the temperature drops, many of us get the urge to refresh our interiors knowing we will be spending more time inside.
Complete the look with warm timber tones and buttery leathers in furniture and accessories.
Autumn styling tips
Combine natural finishes: Warm timber, leather and woven rattan can create a cosy and eclectic feel.
Add a twist: Paint a bedhead or feature wall in an exhilarating shade of blue-green or ochre to spice up this palette’s warm greens and earthy tones.
Create interesting displays: Scour antique fairs and second-hand stores for unusual collectibles.
Layer up textures and prints: Think cosy knits, aged leather, velvets and block prints.
Set up a cosy corner: A comfortable armchair or a window seat with a few soft cushions is the perfect spot to spend an Autumn’s afternoon with a good book.
Finish off with greenery: A trailing devil’s ivy on a bookshelf or a large, potted long-leaf fig in the corner of a room can provide a sense of calmness and reinforce a natural element.
Autumn trends gallery
Soft, natural greens intermingle with authentic neutrals and earthy hues of cinnamon and sienna. A pop of yellow adds an optimistic note to this natural and holistic palette.
Other 2019 palettes
Featured: Ophelia Ritual One art print, Figgoscope Curates; ‘Mustard’ original painting by Stacey Rees & ‘Sculpture 13’ original sculpture by Mark Alsweiler, Modern Times; ‘Ovoid II’ original artwork by Nick Horan, Hub Furniture