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8 bedrooms that nail rich Autumn tones

8 bedrooms that nail rich Autumn tones
Image via Adore Magazine

Create a cosy, inviting bedroom this season by embracing a richer colour palette.

From earthy ochre tones to splashes of deep blue, moody greys and burnt orange tones, we’re sure you’ll find a colour palette to inspire!

Keep scrolling for 8 bedrooms that nail rich Autumn tones.

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Charcoal greys and clay tones

Create a moodier bedroom this season by embracing charcoal greys. Tarina has achieved an inviting bedroom by breaking up the darker tones with clay and tan accents in her signature way.

Earthy ochre

Another take on the rich, romantic interior trend are earthy ochre tones — perfect for Autumn!

Since she first appeared on The Block, Carelene has been impressing us with her use of colour and this earthy palette will surely capture the hearts of many of you.

Autumn bedroom
Image via Cedar and Suede

Dusty pink and tobacco tones

Small floral prints have been coming through strongly this season and we love how Kyree used them in an understated way in her bedroom. The white quilt cover, tobacco cushions and tufted throw blanket pick up on the accent colours of the floral sheets and create an overall look that’s feminine without being girly. ADORE!

If you love it too, you can shop the whole look at Adairs and see more of Kyree’s room on her Instagram.

Dusty pink and tobacco tone bedroom
Image via @misskyreeloves

Deep blues and mid greys

As far as we’re concerned, Michelle Bask Interiors can do no wrong!

This talented interior stylist constantly wows us with her skills and this deep blue and mid grey bedroom is no exception! It goes to show that you can still embrace rich tones, even if you’re not a fan of the deep reds and oranges that dominate the season.

Burnt orange and olive green

If you’re really feeling those autumn vibes, perhaps our burnt orange and olive green bed styling will inspire you. The neutral tones in the chunky throw blanket and cushions tone down the intensity. Adding a few pops of colour across the room, such as in the artwork and bedside decor, create cohesion across the room.

Watch how we styled this bedroom in two different looks and get Gina’s top tips on how to create an inviting guest bedroom.

Autumn bedding
Our take on Autumn bedding bedding

Dusty pink with a pop of emerald-petrol blue

Ok, we’ll admit it, this bedroom is for a styled shoot rather than someone’s actual home but there’s still plenty of inspo to be taken from the space.

Just take that colour palette of dusty pink with a pop of emerald-petrol blue (or what colour would you call it?), or that fab bedhead idea, or that oversized floral artwork. LOVE. IT. ALL!

Dusty pink bedding and dark blue wall
Image via Adore Magazine

Understated with pops of jewel tones

We’ve noticed a shift towards more relaxed bed styling — fewer cushions and an unmade vibe. Aimee shows how to pull off the look in her luxe master bedroom. You could switch out the feature cushions to any of your favourite colour combos.

Deep violet

If you really feel like going moody, the team at Nathan + Jac have dialled this up to the maximum! They’ve used a whole mix of bold jewel tones, including stained berries, lipstick red and Byzantine blue in a texture-loaded way. Sold!

Deep violet bedding
Image via Nathan + Jac

What colour palette are you loving this season? Tell us in the comments below!

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Disclaimer: This article was first published in May 2018 and has been updated with new images and information. This post contains some affiliate links. This means that when you click on a link and purchase something from that site, we may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.


  1. I love this collection of rooms! Carlene is so talented, what a gorgeous and fresh colour palette. I need more linen hehe.

    • I just love her use of colour too, such a talented stylist! I could imagine those colours looking beautiful in your home x


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