Autumn interiors take their lead from Paddington’s favourite sandwich

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Fran Puddefoot

Spiced marmalade is a contemporary take on a classic autumnal shade that offers the perfect balance of warmth, sophistication and character. Whether used as a statement colour or a subtle accent, this earthy orange hue will effortlessly add a natural glow to any room and help you create a cosy retreat from the cold in the months ahead.


Love retro style? Take it to the max with this 70s-inspired wallpaper. This print stays true to the decade’s design blueprint with layers of rounded shapes in sunset pink, deep purple and orange. £43 per roll,


The Bear Hug in treacle sponge is the ultimate in cosy luxury. It is made for snuggling down for weekend relaxation and will be an investment that will keep on giving all year round. £1,645,


The exquisite Vianna Dining Chair combines contemporary design with mid-century design to create the perfectly angular and that will transform the look and feel of your dining area. £305, sweetpeaandwillow,com


These simple amber glass Betie shades create a sumptuous, relaxing glow in your bathroom. Handblown in the UK, they are available in brushed brass and brushed nickel and will complement both traditional and contemporary interiors. £249,


Separating out into a slender oak table top and two geometric coffee tables, this versatile Astaire nesting design looks every bit as striking together as it does apart. Combining wood, leather or fabric options, Astaire is a statement piece. £1,325,


The Elsa range of dining room furniture combines elegant velvet dining chairs with a modern glass table. The chairs are available in a number of colours and can be bought separately for an on-trend mix and match look. £1,719,


Author:  Sarah Freeman, V&A Homes



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