Fall is finally here! And that means it’s time to usher in a new wave of interior styles and decor trends. If you’re looking to give your home an easy seasonal upgrade, these five fall decor trends might be the ticket.
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1. Warm Hues
Now that it’s officially fall and the sun is setting earlier each day, we’re looking to incorporate more warmth into our interiors. These warm hues tease at fall’s arrival without being overly autumnal.
If you’re looking for are the perfect decor trend to embrace this month, consider this trend the fall starter-pack you’ve been waiting for.
2. Painterly Strokes
Our current obsession? Bold, striking, hand-painted brushstrokes. One of our favorite decor trends on the horizon, we’re eyeing prints and textiles with an abstract and hand-painted flair.
You don’t have to commit to a big-ticket item, like a sofa or rug, to try the look. Try a few pillows to bring a bold pop of pattern to your sofa or bed. Or consider acquiring a piece of art with large, intentional brushstrokes to easily elevate any gallery wall.
3. Sculptural Lighting
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No longer just objects of function, we see lighting taking a bolder stance this season. More than just a light source, we’re seeing lamps and pendants that are objects of sculptural expression – these are truly works of art in and of themselves.
4. Whimsical Drama
Another of the bold decor trends taking over our walls this season, get ready to see classical paintings with a dramatic flair. These striking works are all about drama and offer a modern and playful reinterpretation of the dutch masterworks.
If you have a dull corner in need of some whimsy, try introducing one of these artworks to bring an element of light and playful drama to your space.
5. Rustic Minimalism
Neutrals, textures, contrast – oh my! The last of the decor trends we’re looking towards this season, high contrast neutrals are the look for those who prefer a more minimal aesthetic. A look that comes alive through mixed woods, plush fabrics, and natural materials, this is the trend to try if you want Nordic and cozy vibes.