Naturally beautiful in autumn with three home ideas
Whatever combines harmoniously in nature will also spread peace and a cosy ambience in an interior setting.
The combination of soft colour nuances, sustainable natural materials and poetic artworks can make the autumn even sweeter. Keeping with the current Natural Living trend, we create a feel-good home with matching art prints, collages, and wall hangings from my online shop, www.tinystories.de
In the following article, I have put together three home ideas for an artistic journey into autumn.
HOME IDEA 1 – A WONDERFUL HARMONY
In autumn, you can add exciting blush, nude and white updates to your home gallery. These popular art prints are uniformly framed in dark oak, creating warmth and elegance. Feminine silhouettes in soft earth tones such as the two-colour art print CATCHING THE SUN
(€49.95, 30 x 40 cm), or botanical motifs such as the 50 x 70 cm painting GINGKO
(from €98.95) with its dark frame, form pleasing eye-catchers, despite the contrast.
HOME IDEA 2 – COMFORTING, SOFT ART JOY
Bedding in the most beautiful earth tones and cushions with colourful ethnic patterns ensure pleasant soft nights. With my large-format wall hangings, things remain soft on the walls. Nature meets its poetic echo, transforming your four walls into a relaxation space. The wall hanging L’AMOUR
(151 x 201 cm, €299.95) displays a sensual female portrait as its motif and is kept in natural, soft colours that will immerse the room in an intimate atmosphere.
HOME IDEA 3 – LONG LIVE THE LOVE OF COLLECTING
Whether you use them individually or in a group – baskets and ceramic containers are not only practical as o but also highly decorative. They could form the perfect storage spaces for tiny treasures and memorabilia collected on your last summer adventure. Similar shapes and colours create a coherent overall impression. Artworks in beige and earth tones from the same colour family round off the ambience to form a harmonious overall picture. The abstract art print DREAM
(from €49.95) is compelling with its simple layered vintage papers — perhaps the beginning of a new art collection?