The changing leaves that mark the end of summer inspire many to make some changes at home. While the warm weather might be reaching its peak now, it’s never too early to look forward to the warmer fall months. Today we want to propose you some simple autumn decoration ideas following the latest trends, you cannot miss them.
At the beginning of the year, we identified that the interior design trends will be governed by a shift towards maximalism. We predicted bold colors and textures, but showrooms at major design events have also shown interest in natural materials and retro design. These are the fall decoration trends that you should take into account to turn your home into a palace.
Autumn decoration – Elegant 70s
Good news: the 70s are back. After a long hiatus, rattan and wicker are now all the rage and we love the laid-back atmosphere they bring to a living space. Look for some folding screens, pampas plants, scented candles and antique rugs to complete a magical nursery flower habitat.
The art world is seeing a growing interest in home settings rather than gallery space. Get inspired to recreate your own bohemian art studio home by searching for the latest artist and design collaborations.
Plants take over
The Economist recently reported an increase in sales of millennial plants. You only need a cursory glance at Instagram to find a bunch of urban youths raving about their monsteras and their violins.
Autumn decoration with woven textures
The art of weaving seems to be receiving attention again in the world of design. If you are a fan of Scandinavian design then this is something you should try and experiment with as woven textures are often used to bring softness to Nordic interiors.
Until recently, velvet had gotten a bad rap as an old-fashioned fabric reminiscent of the drabness of grandparents’ living rooms. Feel like royalty and embrace this luxurious upholstery during the colder months.
This is a strong look that can be easily managed by pairing it with a lighter color like millennial pink, as seen here, this keeps the peacock hue from being overpowering. Use a deeper shade of blue for curtains and dinnerware to add depth and break up the scheme with a hint of mustard and a big floral cushion or two. The dark wood corner table with black metal legs adds drama. Add some fresh flowers and foliage in an oversized vase to bring nature into your home.
Black accessories emerged as a trend last year, and a year later, they are making their way into furniture, especially dining room chairs. Keep the look warm with a cozy rug draped over the backs of your chairs and some pink-hued china.
With the nights approaching and the autumn clock imminently changing, it’s time to relax. This charming country story begins with its warm fall palette of amber hues mixed with mossy greens and cozy blues. Prints look back on the past adding familiarity and charm, while furnishings are timeless and classic, especially when decorated with comforting textiles and accessories. One of the best ways to do this is to layer your accessories using lots of beautiful textures and warm shades of amber and navy. We love the idea of two or three rugs overlapping each other as seen here, it adds a lovely decorative feel to a room.
This is a look for those who don’t like color – it’s classy, sophisticated, and so stylish. Use outstanding lighting organically as a focal point and combine both pendant and table lamp for a coherent look. Use a mix of oatmeal tones combined with rust for a cozy feel and choose a pale wood coffee table to complete the look.
Blue and green
This is a very pretty fall decorating trend and it will take us through those dark and gloomy winter months. The two shades work so well together, you can use them as wallpaper or invest in accessories like a vase, cushions, or blankets.
Everything is glitter
Shine with this trend for gold, brass or copper trim, which metallic finish do you like best? Pair it with matching leg dining chairs and add gold to the dinnerware to tie the scheme together. We love the lilac vases on the marble table – look for unusual shapes to add interest.
Royal purple hues
Purple is one of those colors and it’s going to be a great shade for this season. Pick a key piece like this super stylish sofa and let it be the star of the show. Use forest grays and greens to set the look.
Retro styled graphics
One of the quickest, and most often, best-value ways to keep up with trends is to make small changes, like updating your bedding and investing in a few new pots and a run or two – no need to redecorate! ! With a retro look that remains popular, this graphic bedding with clean lines and geometric shapes is inspired by the Bauhaus movement. It is bold, beautiful, and modern.
Study “of the old master”
One of Crown Paint’s trends for fall / winter is ‘pigment’, inspired by the great study of the old master where color is reduced to particles and pigments, and of course pigment was the basis of paintings decades ago. Coming back now, this look is all about texture, particularly creating the look of luxurious velvets and reflective metals to create a “sumptuous and safe place.” Experiment with colors, mix metallic and play with layers and textures, treat your walls like a canvas! From designing a garden that allows you to be more mindful, to growing your own food, we predict that gardening trends in 2019 are leaning heavily towards creating a space that brings you health, happiness and relaxation.
Low maintenance fall decor
More clutter equals more stress is a saying not limited to indoors, which is why a scruffy garden can leave homeowners overwhelmed. Considering the busy world we live in, gardeners will be looking for ways to simplify their gardens in 2019. Include mostly perennials that will return each year and group them based on your watering needs. For plant suggestions, speak to a knowledgeable gardener in your community, take a tour of local gardens for ideas Invest in an irrigation system that can get the job done while you’re away Do your research when selecting rigid exhaust materials . Choose quality stones that do not require repair after a short period of time or pavers that do not need constant cleaning. Contain gravel roads with sturdy edges.
Create a stay point
Gardeners are looking for more ways to enjoy a stay in the comfort of your own backyard. Here’s some inspiration: Set up a weather-resistant speaker system to enjoy music while you’re outside. Site Destination Spaces, for example, a fire function or a comfortable lounge chair, in a place that will attract people outside but not so far that you forget about it.
A little place of retreat
A small retreat within a larger garden can feel like a getaway. Creating a quiet space to relax, read, or meditate will become increasingly popular as mindfulness and finding ways to decompress become a priority for people. If you love a spa-inspired space to rejuvenate and pamper yourself after a long day, the garden is a great place for it.
Autumn decoration boho chic style
Yes, a well-designed front yard adds appeal, but more importantly, it creates a sense of joy every time you return home. Homeowners have been finding creative ways to create a stunning fall décor, and we don’t imagine they will be stopping anytime soon. Here are some fall decorating ideas to try on your deck or front yard: Add seasonal containers Include scented plants along a driveway Install lighting to make the journey to the front door dramatic and easy to navigate Incorporate flowering plants that complement the color of your front door.Put plants in crevices and between stones within walkways to add interest.
Include seasonal elements in your fall decor
Swatches that are not traditionally used in arrangements, for example sticks, leaves, dried seed heads, fruits, etc., have become increasingly popular in the floral design world, and you probably already have something unique that really reflect the fall season in your home.
Not only will you create something beautiful, but we believe that going out and looking at your plants with fresh eyes is a refreshing quest that is good for the soul. If possible, we suggest bringing a small child for this activity. They are often quite adept at finding beauty in the unexpected!
Although growing food is by no means a new trend, it seems that now more than ever consumers have a vested interest in knowing where their food comes from and how it is grown. And the ability to grow your own food isn’t limited to people with acres of land. Gardeners are discovering that they can grow a surprising amount of food in limited space.
If you’re looking to try your hand at growing food but don’t think you have the space, consider: Adding a pot on your front or back porch to get started Researching ornamental edibles that you can incorporate into your current planting design Hanging pots from the eaves of your house or front to the kitchen window Homeowners are increasingly aware of the fact that their gardens have the potential to be much more than just a pretty piece of land. There are many ways to give back with your garden, both to the land and to the community The best ways to give back with your garden: See how you can make your garden a certified wildlife habitat to benefit wildlife and inspire your neighbors to do the same. Donate your excess fresh produce to your local food bank or share with your neighbors to foster a sense of community. Use natural ways to get rid of weeds and control garden pests like grubs and larvae. Japanese beetles. Include plants that attract pollinators like butterflies. Design your garden with wildlife in mind.
Grow all kinds of indoor plants
Gardeners continue to find creative ways to bring green indoors, especially in the middle of winter or if they live in urban settings. When it comes to houseplants, the critical aspects of growing – lighting, pests, care, and more – are paramount, but you’ll also want to make sure they look fantastic. Make the most of your houseplants by displaying them in a number of ways: Grow more plants Large potted plants on the floor Grow trailing plants on a high shelf, ledge, or tall piece of furniture Grow toxin-fighting plants as part of a living wall in your room.
Invest in durable furniture
There is a lot of outdoor furniture available, and unfortunately many of us have found that some of it is… well… cheap. After discovering that you really do get what you pay for when it comes to garden furniture, we envision an ongoing shift toward investing in quality weather-resistant pieces that will last and can be passed on. There’s nothing like a classic iron bench next to a rose garden or a sturdy lounger with fade-resistant fabric that you can count on year after year. If your garden furniture needs an update, here are some suggestions: Browse a craftsman who builds functional yet sophisticated furniture that will stand the test of time. If you’re the DIY type, why not build a garden piece of furniture? You will create an heirloom that generations can enjoy. Buy furniture from a specialty retailer rather than big box stores. Make sure the furniture is comfortable and visually appealing.
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