Autumn chill out

The first rains remind us that autumn is here. Nature begins to change the green tones for the yellows and ochers typical of this season, which will soon cover the ground with carpets of dry leaves.

Chill out decoration is also dressed in autumn. Although this style is normally associated with spring or summer, when the good weather invites you to enjoy the outdoors and the night, any season is good for the comfort associated with this aesthetic. Even better if it is done in the company of a fireplace, letting the sound of the rain serve as ambient music and the wet earth as a natural aroma. It’s just a matter of following a few tips to have a chill out autumn in the interior design of your home or premises.

Autumn chill out
Chill out lounge with fireplace.


Colors:
White, characteristic in the chill out aesthetic, can be combined with other colors typical of this style that recreate a more autumnal atmosphere, such as earth tones, brown, ochre, orange, ivory and lilac. The white and wood pair, as in summer, offers very good results, regardless of the season.

Komodo Menorca, decorated with chill out furniture by Fiaka Ambient.
Komodo Menorca, decorated with chill out furniture by Fiaka Ambient.


Lighting:
as you well know, chill out lighting requires dim and soft lights that invite you to relax creating an intimate and cozy atmosphere. To give an autumnal air, we will resort to candles, elementary for this style. In previous posts we collected some ideas to design recycled candle holders with a chill out air. Likewise, lanterns, lanterns, Arabian style lamps or those that allow graduating the light intensity, as well as LEDs can help us to create this type of cozy and relaxing atmosphere.

If we do not have lamps that allow us to regulate the intensity of the light, we can use colored gauze to moderate it. Playing with the lighting to change the tone of the room, so that ochre, orange, etc. tones predominate can give a melancholic and warm touch, more in line with autumn.

To take advantage of the nights without rain, it is possible to use fire lamps on outdoor terraces (there are many types) that, in addition to illuminate, decorate and provide warmth when the sun goes down.

autumn chill out decoration


Rugs, cushions, giant poufs and pillows:
We can choose them plain, patterned or striped, trying to use tones in accordance with the chill out environments, in which relaxation, peace and tranquility are sought. Those with lounge, Arabic or Feng Shui motifs combine very well with the chill out decoration.

Autumn chill out
Image via Songofstyle
Autumn chill out
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Autumn chill out
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Furniture:
in general we will use few furniture, low, straight and smooth lines. When choosing furniture for a chill out decoration we must take into account the minimalist maxim: less is more. We suggest side tables, made from recycled materials such as pallets or logs, and poufs in different styles, either soft – both cubic and cylindrical – or rigid – also with square or round shapes. Butterfly or BKF chairs in warm tones, divans and chests, as well as armchairs in line with this style are comfortable, functional and very aesthetic to give an elegant touch to the chill out style in autumn.

Autumn chill out
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We must keep in mind that even in times of crisis it is possible to renew the furniture to choose it more suitable to this style without spending a lot of money. In other posts we have talked about chill out decoration at reduced prices. On the Fiaka website you can also find a wide range of offers in chill out furniture.

Autumn chill out
Image via Luly Dietrich
Autumn chill out
Image via Genteenboga


Textiles:
If we have furniture in cold tones, taking advantage of the arrival of autumn, we can use textiles in earth tones and warm tones on part of its surface to give a sense of warmth. Wool covers over pouffes tend to be very recurrent in this season. In the same way, we can use curtains and blinds with autumnal fabrics and fabrics in warm tones.

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