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Autumn Tones

 

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As the leaves start to fall, and the jumpers emerge from the wardrobe we start preparing for the coldness of winter. I noticed this week the subliminal transition of the season has infiltrated into my recent design selections. My last two colour schemes incorporated an array of gold,orange and brown tones, with the hope of blue sky mixed into a navy hue.

The interior look is warm and comfortable with  a splash of navy, highlighted by the warm glow of orange.

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An example of an Interior using the classic relaxed colours of Autumn. The style  represents  soft brown tones with  copper hues finished with crisp white detail. The style is relaxed, warm and stylish.

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The colour of autumn is represented in the warmth of interior brick work. Decadent highlights of gold embrace the richness of contemporary tiles. To add a small essence of autumn tones use cushions and fabrics in the colour of the season.

For more inspiration follow our Pinterest boards  “Autumn Tones” & “Colour Pallette”

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Designer ish

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Coffee Tones

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To create a rich and luxurious colour palette we draw inspiration from the colour tones of Coffee. The coffee blends of latte create a soft neutral base to be built upon with the strength of black. To add a sense of balance and harmony inject aspects of orange to enhance the richness of the blend.

Designer ish have put together a scheme to help you recreate this look in your home. We recommend using the rich brown wood tones as the base; through flooring and furniture items. The look and period of furniture selected will dictate the overall style. To add a sense of drama we have selected a hand crafted chair upholstered in natural cowhide, designed by Alexander Satorni. The beauty can be seen in the detail. A statement chair in orange counterbalances the deep warm tones of brown, adding an element of fun.

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An example of a coffee colour inspired interior. Using warm tones of brown, cream with an element of orange under tones. A sensational image by Chelly Rika.

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For more design inspiration follow our Pinterest board “Colour Palette” & “Shop the look” & “Coffee colour inspiration”


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