There is no doubt that this is our favourite season. Crisp leaves, sunny yet chilly walks through the park and a glass or two of red whilst enjoying a roast. There’s Halloween, fireworks and an extra hour in bed – it’s a no brainer, right? So when we were asked by the fine folk at Bronte by Moon to style up our living room, we wanted to bring a touch of Autumn into the home.


When we get asked for tips and advice on updating the home, one of the main ideas we bring to the table is to simply layer. Especially through that transition from summer days to colder climes, you want to nest the home. Cushions gathered and throws layered will instantly make the home feel cosier and warmer. Not that we need to tell you, this is basic design 101 stuff.

IMG_2201To bring that autumnal touch in, we chose throws and cushions with a palette of oranges, burnt coppers, greens and blues. Bronte by Moon has an impressive and extensive array of colourways to revamp the home, it was hard to choose. One of the latest collections is a contemporary monochrome palette which would look fantastic in a modern home as much as a country pad.

All created in Guiseley, Yorkshire, Bronte by Moon is the little sister to fabric brand, Moon (Abraham Moon & Sons). The fabric company is one of the last remaining vertical woollen mills in the UK – meaning they take care of the whole process from start to finish. The end result is a plethora of incredible fabrics which are used by fashion and interior brands across the world.

Bronte by Moon popped on the scene in 2009 and have been producing fashion items and soft furnishings since. Their range of Pure New Wool is exactly what you need when you want tuck yourself under a throw on the sofa. And that’s exactly what we’ve been doing.

Why not check out Bronte by Moon’s full collection here and spruce up your sitting room with some cosy new throws and cushions.

David & Mark x

This post is a collaboration with Bronte by Moon. For more information on working with us, head here

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