8 gloriously autumnal homes to make you glad the new season has arrived

These cosy homes prove autumn is the best season

Autumn is officially here, and with it comes cosy evenings in front of the fire, thick woolly tights (hurrah!), chunky knits, and crisp crumpets.

Plus, it's the perfect season to enjoy long leafy walks with the thought of snuggling up at home as the evening draws in.

We're celebrating the start of autumn – also known as the best season ever – with these gloriously cosy homes.

And if your own home isn't looking quite as autumnal just yet, adding one of this year's best autumn wreaths to your front door is the perfect way to embrace the season!

Lovely leaves

cosy home with the first leaves to fall surrounding its exterior

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Is there anything more autumnal than this? A cosy home with the first leaves to fall surrounding its exterior. Perfection.

Fire it up

living room fireplace with real fire with feature firewood heek chilling walk in the woods

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A real fire with feature firewood to match? What a heart-warming sight after a cheek-chilling walk in the woods.

Tea and crumpets

tea and crumpets in front of the fire

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A winning combination for the cooler months - particularly when toasted in front of the fire.

Woodland pattern

living room with leafy woodland pattern prints

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This living room has taken autumn to its heart. The leafy prints make a cosy statement of autumnal warmth.

Autumnal entrance

hallway entrance with warm walking boots and staircase

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Ah, warm walking boots - a sure-fire autumn weekend sign.

Cosy kitchen

kitchen with pastel blue painted cabinetry

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This classic country kitchen is decorated in glorious autumnal pastels. What a treat!

Beautiful bedrooms

bedroom with bed with cushions and bedside table

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Ah, knitwear, a sure-fire sign of the autumn months. There's no reason your favourite chunky fabric can't work at home, as this bedroom scheme proves.

Autumn fare

pear and blackberry fruit in plate

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Homemade jams and chutney and a batch of freshly-picked blackberries. What a sight!


Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.