Interior Design Trends for Fall 2017
The temperature has gotten colder and the leaves are changing color. There is a crisp breeze in the air combined with orange, yellows, and reds naturally around us. So, what are the latests design trends to complement this change? Designers are moving away from solely sticking to one style and one style only when designing a space. Instead, they are combining different designs to make an aesthetically pleasing yet enticing room to look at. Check out these examples:
As you’ve probably seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, Joanna Gaines finds her most interesting pieces from her local antique store. A big trend for the fall is searching at an vintage store or flea market for those one of a kind decor statements.
Inlay Furniture Pieces & Decor-
Inlay means one material is inlayed in another. For example, a wood nightstand inlayed with pieces of bone to create a beautiful pattern. Some looking more modern, some more bohemian, these items can be fit in to pretty much any decor style you want.
Hanging decor adds another dimension to any space and adds a unique touch than the ordinary picture or frame.
Green colored furniture and decor, as well as plants and greenery can add a subtle pop of color to a room and brings a little piece of the outdoors inside.
We are seeing blush as a fall trend that is fairly neutral, but adds a uniqueness and femininity that cream, white, and brown don’t possess.
Gold will forever be in style, but has been taken over this fall with copper, perfectly completing the colors of the season.
Macrame, knit, baskets, woven textures, and weave decor add texture and dimension, as well as feel cozy and warm for the fall.
Velvet is often deemed as a very gaudy material to use when styling a home. But, with the right color and design, velvet offers a beautiful, plush, vintage vibe.
What is your favorite decor trend this fall?