As the summer ends and I find myself digging out my winter wardrobe, I also begin to look at ways to warm up the interior of my house to get it looking cosy in time for the winter. Although I love the summer months when it’s sunny outside and the house feels light and airy, there’s actually nothing I love more than snuggling up on a cold night inside a huge throw and watching my favourite films. But how do we make this transition? I’ve created this post to give you a little bit of inspiration and show you how I give my home a little autumn glow to keep nice and cosy as the cold starts to draw in!

All photos my own, products and prices listed.


Gold and Grey – mix warm and cool tones for an ultra modern, sophisticated look.

Grey Quilted Stool – TK MXX £39.99 

White Feather Fairy Lights – Primark £3


Large Wooden Mirror – IKEA £80

Uplighter – IKEA £15


Metallic and Silver tones – if you’re not a fan of gold or if like me you’re a magpie for all things shiny, this can be a really simple and easy way to transform the feel of your home.

Silver Rocking Horse Snow Globe – TK MAXX £5.99

Rustic Table – TK MAXX £21.99


Fur, fur and more fur. But faux. Always.

Leopard Print Faux Fur Cushion – TK MAXX £14.99

Snowy Cushion – Primark £9

Embroidered Cushion – TK MAXX £11.99

White Sateen Bed sheets – Saville Row £70

Grey Plush Throw – Primark £5


Glass and Mirrors – give your dressing table an icy edge with mirrored surfaces and glass ornaments, but keep it glowing with gold and soft pink touches.

Mirrored Jewellery Box – The White Company £39.99

Set of Two Silver Vintage Salt and Pepper holders (used for jewellery) – Found Interiors £4

Published by beccioshea

Media, Fashion and Lifestyle blog by Becci O'Shea.

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