Would your living room or bedroom walls be in need of a new, warm and homely shade that will look good all year round?
When the colours are right, just grab a blanket, some candles, a cup of tea and a good book. You are all set for autumn.
1 Warm yellow
Shades of golden yellow make the space warm and soft, almost like a cosy nest. Be inspired by falling leaves and bring nature indoors. L396 Beeswax is a warm and rich yellow with a brown undertone.
2 Green as the forest
Pine trees, moss, forest and twigs – a dark, warm and intense green is a great choice when you want to make your home more earthy and intimate for the upcoming dark period. Instagram account @hyvaajakaunista displays the M442 Fjord tone at its best, combined with golden details and natural materials.
3 The choice is sage
If you are looking for a lighter green with a little less intensity, try M495 Arctic Willow. A calm and atmospheric tone, it is easy to combine with, for example, brown and red hues. The sage green tone looks especially beautiful during the last rays of daylight.
4 Red, brown or something else
S471 Etruscan is a chameleon colour: muted reddish brown with hints of pink, grey and burnt orange. The tone looks different in varying shades of light and when combined with other colours. @sisustusjuttuja paired Etruscan next to emerald green and warm beige – and we’re loving it.
5 A muted blue
If autumn is this comfy, there is no need to complain. Deep, dark blue N429 Denim is a muted but intensive blue that loves to sit next to warm shades of beige and brown. Paint your bedroom with Denim and sleep like a baby.
6 Warm beige
V484 Driftwood is a colour of many worlds: it can be used both in a plain and classical interior style, and also in an artistic and abundant home. An elegant beige, but warm and earthy. Surround your soft reading corner with Driftwood’s warmth and comfort, as @johannavaltanen did, and you wish the autumn would never end.