Everyone love the changing colors of Autumn where the trees show their awesome worth and explode with every color imaginable. The colors are breathtaking and our interiors benefit from this display by taking a little bit of this beauty indoors. The bold beautiful hues of gold, rust, red orange, purples and blues adorn the once lush green forests and landscapes presenting a canopy of opportunity for bringing together the best combination of colors to enliven your decor for the coming months.
Design Trends that Rule This Fall
The verdict is in and the 70’s Style has topped the list. The bold 70’s Colors rule the moment. According to trend expert Nick Drewe, at WeThrift.com. “Incorporating earthly tones like hunter green, mustard yellow and blues, with materials like rattan and bamboo – In fact, searches for rattan have shot up by 77 percent on Pinterest. Notably green has been the top trend for several years and it’s no secret that its used interchangeably everywhere with muted sage being the go to color this fall.
Dark Wood Furniture
“Blonde wood has been a designer favorite for the past four or five years. The trend coincided with the rise of modern Scandinavian-inspired, white-on-white interiors that are still popular today. However, this year we’re predicting a noticeable shift towards darker wood tones paired with moody paint colors for a more dramatic look,” says Casey. Indeed , If you take a look at any of the latest furniture introductions, you’ll notice that white lacquer tables and Scandi-wood cabinets are being replaced with rich, dark wood finishes (which, FWIW, is about the coziest you can get for fall). Dark brown is popping up everywhere in design – we are seeing it used on walls and in furniture design, a resurgence in dark wood furnishings is being used for cabinetry and accents alike.
The beauty that vintage vessels add to your decor is all but priceless, who doesn’t want to capture and hold a ‘piece of time’ for their own? It goes without saying that each unique pattern and texture of these mystic pieces add character and warmth to your decor. Get excited about the challenge ahead and prepare yourself to go down the rabbit hole as you hunt for your treasures, one keyword at a time. Here’s one place to start, see what pieces you’ll find at Fine Arts.tt
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Interior Design blog by Ann Achee-Hoyte
Design Coordinator @
Simply Exquisite Interiors
Collection Curator for Fine Arts.tt