From sumptuous colors and fabrics to inspiring decor styles, there are so many stylish ways to refresh your home for fall.
1. Rich Textures, Saturated Hues. "Come fall, I love seeing rich textures in deep,
saturated hues like eggplant, olive, navy and ruby. After lightening
things up for the summer season, it always feels luxurious and timely to bring
deeper colors back."-Wendy Labrum, Interior
2. Mixed Metals. "I can't get
enough of mixed metals and
fall! Gleaming or distressed golds, silvers and coppers, paired with wood,
steel, matte black or glass on one piece of... anything!"
-Elaine Griffin, Interior Designer
3. The Return of Modernism. "What I am most
excited about is the return of
modernism layered in luxurious color. Bold, fresh furniture
profiles rendered in pure hues."
-Jon Call, Interior Designer
4. Geometrics Mixed With Organics. "Right now, I am
loving bold geometric shapes mixed with organic materials.
From oversized chevron to diamond shapes and everything in between, geometric
patterns are popping up everywhere. Combining the strength of these patterns
with well-worn materials like reclaimed wood, aged metals and textural fabrics
is something that has really inspired me this season."
-Jeff Andrews, Interior Designer
5. Graphic Prints. "I am loving all the cool graphic prints on fabrics. Punchy colors and patterns add a lot of energy to spaces. The Danish company Hay is reissuing the designs by French artist and Memphis group member Nathalie Du Pasquier. Also, I am a huge fan of Josef Frank fabrics from the 1950s."-Sara Story, Interior Designer
6. No More Grey. "The design world has been stuck on pause in grey for too long. I am looking forward to a return to warmth! I want to usemulberry and camel colorsin a library."-Heather Hilliard, San Francisco-based Interior Designer
7. Ceramics. "Ceramics are a great artistic statement in the
home, and right now, I'm loving hanging ceramic pieces. I just installed a trio
of ceramic "pillows" by artist Elaine Parks in a home in LA's
Silverlake neighborhood above a headboard – I love the play on texture and form." -Karen Vidal, Interior Designer
Article by Bridget Mallon
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