Transition Your Home to Fall with These 5 Trends

When it comes to decorating for the cooler season, comfort, coziness, and warmth are top priorities. With most of our time being spent at home right now, creating a soothing environment is a must. Keep reading below for five design trends from Elle Décor that will transform your home for the fall season.

Bold Textures

Avoid flat spaces by playing with texture. Mix up your interior design by incorporating several different types of texture into one area. And it doesn’t have to stop at textiles. Texture can be created with knick-knacks, light fixtures, artwork, furniture, and so much more. Don’t be afraid of going heavy, as weighted textures bring warmth to any space. Try adding fur throw pillows and a chunky knit throw blanket to give your bedroom an added layer of comfort. Incorporate fall plants such as goldenrods, pampas grass, or dried flower buds in a bold pot or vase for an extra pop.

Mixed Patterns

Minimal and stark styles are a thing of the past. Give your home a touch of character by incorporating different patterns throughout the interior. The point is to not match everything perfectly, but instead to complement and coordinate to create a specific style. If you are going for a modern look, try incorporating geometric and striped throw pillows on your bedding. For a feminine style, try an animal print rug with floral couch accent pillows.

Layering

Not only is it chic to layer your clothing in the fall, but the same holds true for the interior of your home. Layering gives an effortless, natural feel to any space and is a great way to showcase your unique style. Show off your personality by adding a coffee table book to your coffee table or hang a bold mirror on the wall of a sitting nook. Make your living room nice and cozy with a pouf or drape a throw blanket over your ottoman. Rugs are also great for adding an extra layer of comfort to any space.

Rustic Woods

Wood has been used to build furniture since the beginning of time, and for good reason. Not only is it sustainable and versatile, but it provides great texture and a natural appearance that is always in style. Wooden coffee tables, end tables, benches, bookshelves, and accent chairs are just a few ways to incorporate wood into your interior for an inviting household.

Pops of Burnt Orange

Burnt orange is wildly popular right now and it’s giving us all the fall feelings. This eye-catching color is sure to set an inviting tone throughout your home for the new season, whether it be through artwork, throw pillows, an accent chair, or a rug. Burnt orange is perfect for adding warm hues to any space, while also giving an area an extra splash of fall color.

We hope you have fun sprucing up your space for fall. Post a photo of your updated interior design and tag @Invitation Homes!

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