Love Autumn

Love Autumn

Love Autumn

Love this time of year! Clocks have gone back, so extra hour in bed, bliss! Halloween and lots of sweeties to confiscate from children, a result on two fronts! Other lovely things, crunchy orange leaves, hot toddies, slow cooking, Fitflop snuggle boots, making a Christmas wish list, and of course changing the decor to an Autumn/Winter look!

Autumn Décor
Easy to switch the décor into winter mode just scatter new cushions in jewel colours and put comfortable throws on the sofas’. See sweet pea and willow lush blanche throw in a very autumnal berry colour.
Lighting becomes more important as the evenings get darker; chandeliers cast a very forgiving light with a sparkle that makes a room very glamorous. Side lamps also make a room cosy, so put lots around on side tables as well as behind furniture to up light.
We have a few total bargains in the chandelier section, this is my favourite Black glass with 10 arms at a really amazing £365.

Thought it was great value before at £465 so am very tempted, just have to find room for it somewhere.
Would like it for my boudoir to go with the marrianne black rattan bed.
Sweetpeaandwillow globe chandelier is now only £245. This is one of the top sellers and has been recommended by lots of interiors magazines. They make a real statement when hung together as pictured, although you would need a pretty huge room to do that. Three placed over a kitchen island would be tres chic. The Sweetpea & Willow kew fossil wash chandelier is reduced by £50.
This is a classic chandelier and will never date; it complements our painted French furniture perfectly. Would look great with the classical white rattan bed or equally stunning over any of our dining tables.

Candle light is the most romantic and flattering way to light a room although not always awfully practical! I love this candelabra which has an authentically antique feel. Would be really magnificent in a formal dining room.

Ta ta for now


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<p>Jacquie Dunton is blog post author at Sweetpea & Willow. She regularly posts about the latest news in the world of French furniture and in her spare time is busy working on sourcing the latest and greatest products for our website.</p>

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