With school in session and temperatures letting up, we have an undeniable urge to sip some cider and pull out the fall decorations. A fall foliage palette of reds, oranges, and browns may have been your standby for years, but here are 4 fresh palettes that will give your home the autumn feel without looking too expected.
Go Boho for Fall!
Jewel tones bring in the warmth and richness of fall in a subtle incarnation. Mix intricate patterns and metallic accents to get the cozy, bohemian look in any space.
Velvet speaks perfectly to the lush feel of bohemian life. These handmade velvet pumpkins are a beautiful take on the season’s favorite gourd. Perch a few on your mantle, or display them on a entry table where they can be the star of the show.
Fall is all about cozy fabrics. Bring in an ottoman in ruby red velvet and gold throw blankets. Autumn flowers in these rich hues will connect your space with the seasonal beauty outdoors.
Take this look to your windows with the new Geneva Grommet Drapery Panels in Butterscotch. The pleated embellishment fits perfectly with bohemian layering, and the soft gold color will make your room glow.
Pared Down Beauty for Fall Decor
Keep your seasonal look clean and simple with a neutral palette. Soft whites and greys peppered with natural accents is timeless. Play into the french countryside look with vintage dishes, nubby cotton textiles and rustic accents.
White pumpkins have become favorite of modern decorators across the country. These albino beauties will give you a quintessential piece of fall decorating, even if orange isn’t your thing.
If the monochrome look is too much for you, add in one fall accent color. In this space, bright orange foliage keeps warms up the stark white. Buttermilk yellow and soft blue are beautiful alternatives as well.
Give your home a traditional cottage feel with Plantation Shutters. You’ll have a classic look for decades, and added insulation against the winter chill.
Porcelain Inspired Autumn
The simple beauty of blue and white china never seems to go out of style. Create a stark contrast by pairing china blue with autumnal orange.
Scour thrift stores and antique shops for bone china treasures. They can be used to dress up the mantle, clustered for a table centerpiece, or mixed in with everyday dishes for a fresh new look.
We love china blue for fall, but this color is versatile enough for every season of the year. Why not paint your front door this classic hue, or incorporate it in rugs or draperies?
Give windows a hand-painted look with patterned roller shades. The Marchmont print from Laura Ashley plays on the beautiful designs to be found on antique pottery.
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