There’s nothing like a seasonal update to your decor to help you say goodbye to summer and embrace the cool, brisk fall. Just like the season, autumn design trends for 2013 are invigorating, capping off the year with bold looks and a bit of flash. We’ve chosen our Top 5 trends for fall:
While neutrals and beige are popular Fall colors, pairing with bright colors add pop to any decor. Don’t want to commit to brightly-painted walls or furniture? Add some throw pillows in red, yellow, and orange to your seating. Drapery is another easy way to add color and personality to your room.
We’ve mentioned that metals, especially brass, are really hot this year, and that’s a trend that’s not fading with the Fall. From furniture to fireplaces to accessories, brass adds a cool sheen that’s both old-fashioned and modern.
The organic look is still in style, and this season wood in its (more) natural state is big — think branches, logs, and stumps as indoor decor and furniture. Designers such as John Houshmand create wood decor that looks like, well, wood, bringing the fresh rustic feel of the woods indoors.
A twist on the popular Atomic-Age vintage style, this fall trend is bold and fun. Who can resist a globe-shaped lounge chair or a geometric coffee table? Many modern designs, such as those by Mikko Laakkonen, are more subtle than vintage pieces, without sacrificing the edge that fans of the style go for.
Source: Mikko Laakkonen via Pinterest
Be it silver, lacquer or mirror, sparkle and shine is in this season. A piece like a mirrored accent table from Dalton adds brightness to autumn decor that will transition beautifully into winter, or look for mirrored mosaic pieces to accent your room.
How are you sprucing up your home for fall?