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The fall and autumnal interior designs of your dreams

Moody and full of charm, these autumn and fall interiors scream cosiness, comfort and class.

Interiors by Nina Farmer
The fall and autumnal interior designs of your dreams
Clara Carlino de Paz
October 27, 2022

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Tis’ the season to wrap up, turn on the warm lights and get inspired by interior designers’ cosiest interiors. These projects ooze comfort, embracing the long dark nights ahead instead of shaming them away. Expect colour, depth and sultry textures.

Belgravia Home by Douglas’ Mackie

This gorgeous 19th-century London residence was originally used as an artist's studio. Over the course of two years, the remodelling project included the construction of a large basement, the replacement of all internal carpentry, and the recreation of a richly textured 19th century interior. The result? A sultry traditional interior full of history and cosiness.

Carmelina Home by Meghan Eisenberg

This timeless, and sophisticated family home was created with love for a couple with a global sense. Megan Eisenberg brought in a whimsical palette of furniture drawn from both English countryside cottages and quirky London flats to act as a cool backdrop to the young art historians' exquisite collection of antiques and pieces of art.

Victorian Villa by Hello Flora

This magnificent mansion is still under construction, with the kitchen, living room and master bedroom complete. The results so far are absolutely beautiful, unabashedly dark and mysterious with pops of colour breaking the mystery of the rooms. The style is eclectic yet subdued, with touches of velvet, fur and wood that draw the place together. The result is cohesive and splendid, almost magical.

Edwardian home by Laura Stephens

This Bromley townhouse is a beautiful example of whimsy meets classic. Laura Stephens incorporates traditional elements of design, particularly in the interior architecture of the home, with louder more creative uses of colour and pattern throughout each of the rooms. From bathroom to living room, every corner is full of giddiness.

Historic Shingle in Wellesley Hills by Nina Farmer

This home is stunning, steeped in traditional New England architecture and style. However, its beautiful roots don’t stop it from sparkling with some complementary colours and a heavy dose of “je ne sais quoi”. Top in our list of original powder rooms is the beautiful blue bathroom with marbled wallpaper – it is original yet cohesive with the rest of the home. Love!


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