Perhaps because it gives us the most vibrant and different colours among other seasons or it makes us look from the window of love, November is a special month. The transitionary effect of the nature reflects on our houses through our souls. Colours and scents change, and we start to notice yellows of fall, earth tones, and smells of cinnamon.
The beloved corners where we get rid of the tiredness of the day by sipping cinnamon tea have more meaning for us on these days. If you want to take the colours of autumn into your house and gardens before long winter months, you can have a look at the recommendations we compiled for you.
From yellow to Brown, beautiful leaves in different colours set up the decoration codes of the fall season. You can use objects and details that fuse with earth colours at our beloved corners.
You can spice up your outdoor environment with the most beautiful tones of the season by using yellow and orange chairs.
Presenting Bankets and Cushions
You can create a contrasting effect for your chairs by using blankets in autumn colours as well as details with tartans in red and blue tones.
The HYGGE Effect in Gardens
While the Hygge philosophy spreading to the world from Denmark is expressed as “the art of creating frank environments” or “making your soul feel warm”, it also means creating places where one can feel happy and enjoying wonderful moments either alone or with your friends. You can read a book or watch a film in the candlelight or by the fire; or can deal with gardening by calming yourself in the tranquillity of the nature. In Hygge style that targets happiness in small things, decoration focuses on adding warmth through objects like blankets, cushions, candles, and rugs.
The Healing Effect of Patterns and Materials
In Winter months, the colours of the nature change the design codes of our houses. You can prepare your house for winter using candles, objects, and cushions in red and orange tones, tartan blankets, velvet details, monochrome colours like black and white as well as raw wooden-log details.