1. Evoke exotic summer nights
Though we may be clinging to the last of our tans whilst cosying up indoors, we can still inject our interiors with a touch of the exotic. With its stylish black stained mango wood, our Alhambra Contemporary Ceiling Pendant in Burnished Copper (£99) channels Arabian nights in a fiery fusion of East and West, helping conjure up that summer feeling all year through whilst nodding to autumnal hues.
Though perfect as single focal points in kitchens and dining areas, try hanging a row of pendants over an island or breakfast bar to create a zoned feel and added atmosphere in an open-plan space.
2. Make a bold style statement
A versatile piece with big design credentials is an ideal investment when looking to revamp your interior scheme for the new season, and September is just the time to start reflecting more light into your home. With its hint of artisanal craftsmanship and careful combination of antique accents and contemporary style, our Ida Wall Mirror (£249) makes a serious statement that can serve as the focal point for any room.
3. Install urban edge
Construct a contemporary living space with industrial-inspired fittings that ooze urban chic. Our Iggy Ceiling Pendant in Matt Black (£69), with its on-trend metallic cage design, provides a hint of vintage luxury and still gives a warm glow whilst exuding minimalist modern design.
4. Keep it bright with white
Opt for a crisp, clean colour scheme if you want to create a calm oasis for the cooler seasons that will look just as fresh come spring. Whilst all-white interiors can risk coming across as sterile, our Moroccan-inspired Kasbah Mother of Pearl Wall Mirror in White (£189) offers a softer option if you’re looking to create the illusion of light and space in a darker area of your home.
5. Go for class with glass
With natural elements making a clear design comeback in the home, channel the organic trend with a contemporary glass lamp and retro shade, such as our Genie Hand Blown Glass Table Lamp With Linen Shade (£99). Ideal for complementing classic and traditional décor, an au naturel design can add a touch of a la mode to any room whilst providing a light and airy finish.