Beautiful Wall Inspiration for Autumn!

Ever since I painted my bedroom in Blushing Peach, I've been crazy about the browns, rusts, chestnut, soft green and pinkish accents that are starting to seep into homes right now. And they're absolutely perfect for Autumn! If you're looking for colour palette inspiration for this season (or early 2019), I'm particularly loving the Calm and Raw series by Jotun Lady Pure Colour - so beautiful! Here's a peek (I couldn't resist including the hipster - this season's muse!!):


Soft neutral shades and warm, subtle contrasts


Warm earthy colours, shades of grey and burnt reddish tones which work together to create a relaxing yet refined style with a rustic touch. 

I think I need to get the paint brush out!

What do you think? Could you imagine having these tones in your home? Are you in the Calm or Raw camp?! I have a hard time deciding so perhaps a combination of the two would be beautiful!

You can find out more about these colours here and here.

If you'd like to take inspiration from real homes with beautiful Autumnal hues, I can highly recommend checking out: a dreamy home from home down under, the lovely, relaxed home of a DIY blogger in Berlin, and a beautiful Swedish space with Autumn tones.

Bring on the chill!

My sister's arriving today with my little niece (they're 10 months and 2 years!) - so excited! It's Allie's birthday tomorrow and my sister's two year old has been insisting on wearing a party hat all week in preparation for tomorrow! I hope I can get a few snapshots of them for tomorrow's post (I'll be sharing the full make-over of Allie's room). They're unbelievably cute and funny!

Have a lovely day!


PS This post is NOT sponsored, I just love the Jotun hues and lifestyle images and thought you might feel inspired by them too!


  1. I'm calm all the way, the sun room off our kitchen is painted that same blushing peach. I have touches of green, tan and turquoise with it. I love how mutable this color is.

  2. I love the lamp in the first photo! Didn't know that one, but found out that it must be the 30 Degree Shade by Johan van Hengel, from the Wrong-team, for Hay. So simple, but so beautiful!

    1. Great detective work, I love the look of the lamp, great to know the name of it, thank you!

  3. Well, to each their own. If I'm going neutral I'm going white. I HATE beige and anything even CLOSE to beige.

    1. Interiors are truly personal, I have a mix of white and blushing peach (which is nothing like beige) and it feels so warm!

  4. Not sure I would paint my room depending on the season but some really good colour choices here - I do think the lady Devine colour would suit all year long gives a nice warm glow. Lovely photos btw x

    1. I wouldn’t either - with you on that! It’s more that the current colour trends happen to look beautfiul in autumn, but I see them as the type of shades which will stand the trsr of time. The Lady Devine is so beautfiul!


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