We all know that the start of any new season brings with it a desire to update your wardrobe accordingly. We've already begun discussing the boots, outfits, and jackets you might want to consider as we move into autumn. Still, this focus on fashion doesn't mean you should neglect your interiors, as, chances are, you might want to make some seasonal updates in your home, too.
You needn't undergo a full-scale remodel or paint job to give your home some new-season appeal. In fact, with a handful of well-chosen pieces, you can breathe a new lease of life into your space, making it feel fresh again just as we gear up to spend more time indoors during the colder months.
There have been a few house moves between the Who What Wear team members of late, meaning much of our conversations have revolved around homeware and interiors. We're constantly sharing chic interior finds between us and have assembled quite an impressive wish list in doing so. So, we thought, why not share it with you, our stylish readers, who also might be looking for a way to spruce up their existing decor.
From lighting and furniture to coffee table books and candles, scroll on to see the 20 homeware pieces our editors have their eye on this autumn.
HANNAH ALMASSI, EDITOR IN CHIEF, WHO WHAT WEAR UK:
Dinosaur Designs Large Resin Rock Bowl in Leaf (£225)
I'm a big fan of Dinosaur Designs, both for their jewellery and their homewares. The new Swim collection is inspired by hues of the ocean, and as I've moved to the seaside, it feels pretty apt! The colours and effect of their signature bowls, trays, jugs, and vases are just so fascinating.
Zara Home Spiral Candle Pack of 4 (£10)
I just bought these last week as I thought they looked very expensive! I have a couple of different sets of candlestick holders and they're quite loud, so it's good to have more subtle candles to pop in them.
The Rattan Company Peacock Natural Rattan Bedside Cabinets Set of 2 (Left and Right) (£320)
I'm Hannah and I'm a rattan addict! We've been verrry slow decorating our house, and I wanted the bedroom to feel really retro. These swirly peacock bedside cabinets definitely look like they're out of the '70s.
Arket Terracotta Flower Pot, 22cm (£45)
My husband keeps getting house plants, so we keep needing to get plant pots to put them in! Arket do these very chic, plain terracotta flower pots with saucers that make watering easy; plus, they'll never go out of fashion.
NoaRazerStudio Chandelier Lampshade (£408)
Etsy isn't all dreamcatchers, you know! There are some really skilled craftspeople on there, creating very unique designs. These ceramic lamps are in my saved list; I'm just waiting on a room that they could work in...
ZOE ANASTASIOU, SOCIAL MEDIA AND FASHION EDITOR, WHO WHAT WEAR UK:
Marloe Marloe White Lucie Ceramic Vase (£210)
This statement vase will be a welcome addition to your coffee table. It looks fab on its own and even better filled with seasonal blooms.
Jacquemus Images by (£30)
I love a chic coffee table book, and this one is at the top of my list right now.
Loewe Home Scents Medium Ivy Candle (£145)
Now this would definitely be a splurge, but look how pretty it is! And, better yet, it'll make your house smell amazing. I'll keep the ramekin after I'm done and repurpose it to house my make-up brushes.
H&M Stoneware Bowl (£9)
I've been on the lookout for a big soup bowl (I'm an avid consumer of pho and ramen, especially in the winter months), and I think this might just be the perfect one.
Made Gaby Pleated Shade Floor Lamp (£89)
Do I need a pink floor lamp to match the Loewe candle above? Not at all. But do I want a pink floor lamp to match the Loewe candle above? Absolutely.
MAXINE EGGENBERGER, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, WHO WHAT WEAR UK:
The White Company Holkham Side Table (£175)
Modelled from an vintage cast-iron martini table, I've had my eye on this side table from The White Company for well over a year. The perfect place to perch a cup of coffee or Old Fashioned on a chilly autumn evening.
Marks & Spencer Pure Cotton Embroidered Trapunto Cushion (£30)
I've got a thing for cottage-like interiors, and always find myself gravitating towards embroidered accents. I've seen Trapunto quilted cushions online for three times this price and almost bought them, so I'm glad I've since discovered M&S's more affordable option.
Hudson Home Wild Autumn Arrangement (£167)
I love filling my home with fresh flowers, but with two dogs and a husband with allergies, faux is the way to go. Hudson Home has the best faux flora I've ever come across—I particularly like their pre-made bunches.
Cox & Cox Sophia Footstool in Vintage Grey (£395)
Though I'm not usually one to match my furniture, I let out an audible squeal when I saw this footstool, which Cox & Cox has just released to match the occasional sofa I bought last year. I'll go in-front of my large beige sofa, with a sheepskin throw I already own thrown over the top.
Petra Palumbo Fern Carafe and Tumbler (£72)
I've got quite the glassware collection already, but this hand-painted carafe and matching tumbler is hard to resist. I live in Scotland, and Petra Palumbo is based in Scotland, and I love knowing that buying this will support a talented independent maker on my doorstep.
MONIKH DALE, CONTRIBUTOR, WHO WHAT WEAR UK:
Casa Celva Murano Goto Glass Tumbler (£20)
Having recently moved into her new home, influencer Monikh Dale has been adding colourful touches to her space, including this set of glorious Murano glass tumblers.
Zara Home Terracotta Lamp (£90)
Terracotta lamps usually come with hefty price tags, so we were surprised to learn that Monikh's new Zara Home lamps come in under the £100 mark.
Dinosaur Designs Medium Resin Earth Bowl in Dark Turquoise (£155)
Like Hannah, Monikh is a big fan of Dinosaur Designs, and recently added this spectacular-looking bowl to her collection of pieces.
Zara Home Cutlery With Wood-Effect Handle from (£10)
The Baba Tree Basket Company Pakurigo Wave Basket by Blessing Akunga (£150)
Monikh's new wave basket comes from the Baba Tree Basket Company, an ethical business that works direct with makers to create a fair-trade supply chain.
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