Fall Design Trends in the Forecast

Fall Design Trends in the Forecast

The fall season is quickly approaching, so we have been examining color and style preferences and working to anticipate what design trends homeowners will be really loving in the next season. Whether you are looking to update the entire house, moving into a new space, or just wanting to refresh a room in your home, here are some of the upcoming trends to look for in the fall season:

Though whites and grays have been popular for quite a while, people are embracing warmer hues, including deep and rich shades of brown, as well as black green and blush. A range of rosy shades have been all over the market, from glassware to pillows and planters, as well as cabinetry and more. Several paint and stain companies announced shades of black as their 2018 Color of the Year and Chocolate Brown is also making a come-back as a dramatic dark alternative to the super white and light gray options.

Wood, clay, metal, and other earthy materials with worn finishes is replacing the marble-everywhere design trend.

Mixing pieces of pieces versus buy a whole matching set of furniture is in and offers a more custom-assembled style.

Carving out cozy, intimate, tech-free, retreat-inspired spaces in the home is also very much in. Sheer or lace curtains, soft blankets, and comfortable pieces of furniture combined with the right accessories, can easily create a sanctuary in your home.

Woven textiles and accents have been in high demand for quite a while now as a revitalized appreciation for artisan work and handmade has come full swing. Hanging baskets or other woven basket accents are another addition to this style preference.

Faux finishes in the form of removable wallpaper, decorative floor decals, stick-on subway tiles and more, are a popular offering for those who want to make some improvements without spending a fortune.

Terra cotta tile is a classic warm earthy option for the home, which has been popular and is expected to continue as a preferred design trend in interior design.

Other Fall trends you can expect:

  • Matte black accessories
  • Statement ceilings