As the weather gets cooler, we find ourselves naturally spending more time indoors. This can lead to feeling the need to update the interior of your home…small changes that will lift your spirits. Get inspired with design styles that are easy to incorporate into your home this season.
1. Woodland retreat: Think: Intense hues of berries, bark and bramble
This look most captures the shift in seasons, as the colors feature those of the changing fall landscape. It’s an autumnal trend that is all about hibernating and creating a happy home. Featured colors include russets and plums, while materials to use include chunky knits, rustic country linens, and hewn wood.
2. New Nordic: Think: Scandinavian lifestyle influences
A modern take on the ever-popular Scandi look, it features layering up different textures to give the look depth, creating an inviting space to hibernate from the darkness. When it comes to colors, lavenders, sages, blush pinks, and canvas whites and key elements in this design, while buff leather, earthenware, ash, and bleached wood are featured materials.
3. Global Nomad: Think: Diverse celebration of globally-inspired patterns
Rich tones and rugged textures symbolize the authentic, handcrafted style of this nomadic trend. Earthy tones such as deep Ochres and spiced reds are highlights, while hand-thrown pottery, hand-dyed textiles, and macrame are featured textures.
4. Lux Revival: Think: Touches of decadence
This trend includes minimalist lighting and furniture with decorative Art Deco rounded shapes.Dusty rose, ochre, and burnished gold create a richness, while velvet, marble, brass, and detailed/smoked glass round out design features.
5. Modern Maker: Think: Celebrating the beauty of craftsmanship
Drawing on the raw beauty of imperfect finishes, this trend is about making natural materials look effortlessly stylish, such as natural wood, textural weaves, and rattan and wicker. Colors include pale greys, oatmeals, charcoal blacks, and oxidized reds, and look for accents pieces featuring materials such as earthenware, wool, wicker and rattan.