Autumn decorations for your studio flat

Are you looking to decorate your studio flat this autumn? Look no further! This post offers tips on how to get your studio looking extra cosy this autumn whilst also focusing on space optimisation.

Pumpkins

Pumpkins, pumpkins and even more pumpkins! An ideal accessory for adding warm autumnal colours to your studio flat. You can even choose a range of colours, shapes and sizes. Using mini pumpkins can be an ideal way to welcome autumn into your studio flat and is great for space optimisation. You can place your pumpkins anywhere you wish and can even create your very own display.

Fairy lights

One fantastic way to create a cosy autumn aesthetic in your flat is the use of fairy lights. String your fairy lights across walls, windowsills or even your furniture to create a cosy and warm atmosphere in your studio flat. Hanging your lights can be useful also if you have limited space in your studio flat, allowing you to add a touch of personalisation without taking up too much space. You can choose from warm toned lights or even ones with faux leaves if you are feeling extra festive!

Cushions and blankets

Adding a range of cushions and blankets to your studio flat can help give you a warm and cosy feel. Introducing tones such as yellows, reds and oranges is a great way to welcome autumn into to your home. Adding cushions and blankets to your studio flat can help with both feeling cosy and for decorative purposes. Using plaid materials or a chunky cable knit may help even more with your desired aesthetic.

Lanterns

As the days get darker, you’ll need a little more light in your home to lift your spirits. Lanterns can also help add to your autumn aesthetic in your home. You can even choose the colour and style to complement your existing themes. If space optimisation is key, you can even hang your lanterns up in order to ensure that you have the most space possible.