6 Ways To Uplift Your Home This Autumn

As the weather turns cooler and the days get shorter, Fenton & Fenton is ready for long lazy sleep-ins, fireside chats and Autumn entertaining. Our latest arrivals of leather furniture, upholstered occasional chairs, checkerboard dhurries, curved bone inlay pieces, colourful accents and artwork will help you transform your space and ready you for time indoors with family and friends.

1/ Start with accessories

Create lots of little moments around your home, from a curated bar cart to a perfectly styled shelfie. For an instant update, inject some colour with bold cushions, shapely candle holders and vases, statement artwork or luxe bed linen and cushions. Don’t be afraid to go bold.

2/ Layer it up

A well layered home is comfy and inviting. Inject personality and warmth with vintage finds, plant life, and groupings of warm colour, rich texture and elegant shapes.

3/ Play around with tonal variations

Tickle me pink. These shades not only pair perfectly with timber, leather, marble and brass; they ooze warmth and embrace the concept of slow living.

4/ Energise a sophisticated palette with patterns and artwork that pop

Think classic checkerboard, bold colours and patterns, expressive artwork and statement lighting and accessories to bring charismatic flair to your home.

5/ Set the mood with lighting

Introduce ambient and intimate lighting with table and floor lamps on surfaces and in little nooks. And, don’t forget candlelight for cosy nights in.

6/ Pick a palette that uses different shades from within the tonal family

A tonal palette constructs a look that is cohesive, welcoming and not cluttered. In Mietta’s home, accents of green make her home sing.

Our latest magazine CURATED, is brimming with new arrivals, ideas and artwork to liven up your space this Autumn. 

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