The interior blogging world took a distinctly autumnal turn in October with the seasons quickly changing throughout the month to bring a chill to the air. Take a look at our favourite articles from October which included cosy autumn inspiration and lots of room reveals for the new season…
In celebration of Mean Girls Day on 3rd October, The Home that Made me dedicated this post to all things pink with a roundup of beautiful rosy interiors.
Have you always dreamed of brick flooring but been put off by the cost? Sincerely Marie Designs share a budget friendly option for your to try.
An ever popular afternoon tea decoration theme is of course Alice in Wonderland, in particular the Mad Hatter’s tea party. Simply Danish Living shows you how to hold your own…
Pendant lighting is a must for any discerning home and here Design Hunter shares her top minimalist pendant lights perfect for Scandi interiors.
At the Picket Fence shows how far a simple lick of fresh paint can go with this living room reveal from October which beautifully brightens the space.
Oranges and pinks are fabulous autumnal colours and we loved this tablescape by A Beautiful Mess complete with pumpkins and fall florals.
The coffee table is a main focal point for the living so it can be tricky to choose a new one. And Ruby Makes Four shares some advice…
You don’t need to overhaul your entire interior each season but a few tweaks can go a long way as Refreshed Designs demonstrates.
We found even more fall/autumnal table inspiration in this post by Rambling Renovators last month and we particularly love the navy, cream and gold colour scheme.
We loved looking round this Stuttgart home which is owned by architect Peter Ippolito and his partner Stefan Gabel. It’s a wild adventure from start to finish.
Pets and interiors go hand in hand with many of our favourite bloggers frequently posting adorable snaps of their fluffy friends. Check out the best Instagram accounts for animal lovers.
Hello Peagreen revisted Dulux’s 2015 colour of the year Copper Blush in this post from October to show that some looks aren’t just passing trends.
Mid-century furniture has been enjoying a renaissance for years now, with the pieces looking impeccably stylish in modern homes.
It’s rare you see a kitchen transformed into a bedroom, but that is exactly what Kerry Hussain did in her flat, find out how and why she did it.
Terrariums are a perfect option for those that don’t have an outdoor space to grow the gardens they long for, check out this one on Lobster and Swan.
Emma Sims Hilditch takes a look at one of her favourite interior styles in this post from last month. Discover what Provençal design really means.
Sadly homes can quickly look dated without us even realising! A Hint of White shares some easy tips to modernise your interior.
Main image courtesy of Reena Sotropa