Winter is coming, and with it cometh that frosty, biting weather that makes you never want to leave your house but only to curl up somewhere cozy with a cup of hot chocolate and a really good book. Or a movie marathon. Since most of us do not have the luxury of a fireplace in the bedroom (which is very unfair but oh well) it is comforting to know that there are plenty of easy changes you can make to turn your sleeping chambers into a snug, welcoming space you will never want to leave.
What better way to bring the autumn inside than decorating with natural fall elements? It is a season filled with beautiful décor and hues that can transform a space. Incorporating earth tones is the way to go. Whether you want it bold or subdued, fall décor basics will not let you down that is for sure.
Start with your bedding
More often than not, your bed is the largets and the most visually impactful thing in the space, so updating the covers of you bed will contribute largely on the feel. Linen best mattress topper Australia are marvelous with such a climate— their gorgeous texture is second to none — but flanneletts or a velvet coverlet will also do the job.
White and fluffy
Just like the anticipated fluffs of soft snow! Though this completely contradicts with “use warm earth tones” advice, it is a different way to get the comfy look you crave. Load up your cradle with a huge, fluffy comforter, a wool quilt and lots of pillows and cushions: all in stark white. Creating volume is the idea and it is where the look is at, you want to create something that looks like you could sink into it. And it goes without saying that all this white will reflect the winter sunlight and give your room a beautiful glow.
Autumn outside – autumn inside
In order to complete the whole look that you are going for try adding natural and organic objects. Interesting shapes and textures are the way to go. Add strings of leaves, raffia, little twisted branches; or you can try adding a bowl of seasonal fruits to your décor, which is a very juicy idea. Gather a few perfect looking leaves and scatter them on your console, string them up your window sill to really hit the notes.
Find some cute and colorful miniature pumpkins and place them on different surfaces and nooks even. After all, what is fall without a splash of pumpkin? Make sure they don’t rot by squeezing some lemon juice on them. This season does not come alone, it comes with Halloween. So for the freaks and geeks who are not faint of heart, you can even try incorporating little skulls (fake ones folks, not real), or witch hats or bat stickers.