With the return of crisp air and falling leaves comes the chance to revitalize your home’s interior with fresh, autumn-inspired looks. There are several trending furniture options available to choose from, each with their own personality to spice up your living space. Here are some of the newest fall design trends to consider.
Warm colors always come to mind when we think about fall, and 2018 is no exception. Autumn maple, one Pantone’s new colors for fall 2018, reminds us of fallen leaves, pumpkins, and cinnamon spice. This hot new color is comprised of tawny and russet tones, giving you a burst of orange that complements wood elements and contrasts neutrals and bold colors alike. Dress up your study with an autumn maple armchair or use autumn maple accessories around your home. Go all out and adorn your sofas and chairs with autumn maple throw pillows, or use the color for focal pieces like sofas and rugs.
Many people enjoy dark-colored furnishings as they give rooms a modern feel and polished appearance. Rather than relying on trusty black pieces, think about switching it up with navy blue instead. While dark colors have historically been reserved for winter, navy blue is versatile enough to match both fall and winter trends in 2018. This versatile color exudes cool tones to give rooms a feeling of relaxation without making them feel clinical. Select a dark blue couch, opt for some navy throw pillows, and throw in a navy area rug as well. Navy blue could be used as your primary color theme, or incorporate it into your furnishings as an accent color.
Adding plants to your living space helps to make it come alive and provides you with much-needed oxygen for healthy living. When plants are starting to perish outdoors due to cooler temperatures, your inside oasis lives on. 2018 if full of plant trends, from geometric succulents to fiddle leaf figs. Invest in a corner plant with a great planer to add style. Top bookcases or entertainment centers with bursts of live decor as well.
Velvet is the material of choice when it comes to fall design this season. Plush velvet upholstered chairs or sofas provide a warm and cozy spot for curling up to read or watch a movie. Use velvet pillows and throws to complete the look for seating arrangements. In the bedroom, use velvet comforters and blankets matching your headboard and end tables. Try material in the shades of plum, magenta, or earthy browns to give rooms an autumn feel while.
In addition to velvet, cable knit and wool bring comfort to your rooms while giving furnishings the appeal of texture. Adorn shelves with fabric runners, opt for a material-laden lampshade to your living room, or add a knotty area rug to your den.