Interior Style - Autumnal Ambience

If you can’t resist the allure of cosy, cocooning spaces, you’ll love our Autumn Ambience interior theme. Filled with rich tones like butterscotch, mossy green and rust, snuggly textures, and dark timbers, it instantly transforms your home into a warm and inviting haven to unwind, entertain and create memories with the ones you love. Build your scheme from the ground up, with natural flooring, plump sofas and seating in an array of sumptuous fabrics, and walnut joinery, balanced out with creamy white on the walls to keep your interior feeling open and airy.

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Autumnal - Kitchen

Create a snug interior that draws people in with touch-me textures, curvaceous seating & the vibrant colours of fallen leaves

See this look on display at Donnybrook
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Autumnal - Master Suite

Warm, earthy tones like rich reds, deep oranges, and golden yellows should dominate the colour palette.

See this look on display at Berwick
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Autumnal - Living

Natural elements such natural wood and cozy textiles are incorporated to create a cozy and inviting atmosphere.

See this look on display at Wollert
Warm & inviting

Autumnal - Master Suite

The decor may include seasonal accents like candles, and warm lighting to evoke the nostalgic and comforting feeling.

See this look on display at Donnybrook

“If you’re in search of decorating ideas, look no further than the autumn landscape – it offers a wealth of inspiration, from rich, natural colours to rugged, earthy textures, so you can create a home that radiates cosiness.”

INTERIOR DESIGN MANAGER, JESSICA HODGES

Create the look

Exterior colours

For a façade that exudes timeless good looks, a rich, autumnal palette is hard to beat. Choose warm hues, like deep brown, earthy greige or rustic red, for your brickwork or rendered surfaces, accents of timber in your roofline and front porch, and textural tiles in charcoal or mid-tone grey to make a feature of your front pier.

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Interior Flooring

Set a natural foundation with stone-look floor tiles in a neutral tone like pale grey or beige in high-traffic spots such as the entry, kitchen and meals area. Add warmth in your living areas with a cosy rug in a tonal shade or a classic plaid or striped pattern. For bedrooms, opt for snuggly, wall-to-wall carpet.

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Feature lighting

Add warmth and dimension to your autumn-inspired interior with a layered lighting scheme that includes pendants in simple, rounded shapes above your kitchen island and dining table, a floor lamp beside your armchair or in the corner of the room, and a medley of table lamps across side tables and consoles in your living areas.

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Kitchen styling

Create a rustic and inviting aesthetic with two-tone joinery in warm grey and walnut or a mid-tone timber with a characterful grain, paired with concrete-effect benchtops.

Add pops of matt black in your pendant lights, tapware and joinery handles for a contemporary edge, softened with displays of simple ceramics on open shelves and touches of leather in your bar stools.

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Bathroom bliss

Balance rich wood tones in your cabinetry with lashings of creamy white across walls and countertops to maintain your bathroom’s spacious and airy feel. Accents of black in your tapware, hardware and shower frame will add a modern twist to the space, while limestone-look tiles running across the floor and lower portion of walls will bring warmth and cosiness.

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See the Autumnal Ambience look on display at these locations:

Granada Grand Deluxe 46 on display at Donnybrook
Granada Grand Deluxe 46

Peppercorn Hill Estate, Donnybrook

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Illawarra Grand 42 on display at Wollert
Illawarra Grand 42

Aurora Estate, Wollert

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Crompton 29 on display at Wollert
Crompton 29

Aurora Estate, Wollert

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Cottesloe 36 on display at Berwick
Cottesloe 36

Minta Estate, Berwick

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Furniture & Styling

All-out cosiness is the goal, so look to fill your interior with layers of sumptuous textures, such as a velvet sofa or bedhead, boucle accent chairs, leather dining chairs, chunky, woollen throws, and plush rugs.

When it comes to colour, take your cues from the tones found in fallen leaves – honey yellow, earthy terracotta, deep red and mossy green. 

Create a curated feel by giving each room its own focal point, be it an eye-catching work of art, a buttery leather armchair, or a beautiful, vintage cabinet. Add some movement by introducing a few curves, such as a round coffee table, an arched mirror or a curvaceous sofa.

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