Fall and winter trends in interior design

The fall or better known as Autumn marks the transition from the hot and scorching summer to a cool winter season. During this period, you are more likely to stay indoors and for this, you ought to have a cozy and safe haven to retreat to.

This is where home interior decors really work the magic because you can fashion even the most lackluster of home appearances, into a remarkable piece of art. A key focus is mainly the texture of the surfaces and the blend of color that accompanies them

Fall and Winter Decor Tips

Since the cold weather in these two seasons usually necessitates a lot of sitting in warm spaces, comfort is a priority. One of the ways of achieving this is by investing in furniture accessories as well as ‘cool’ colors that add to the ambiance visually. Cushions, carpets (fur), and even house plants are part of what you should be looking for. Some of the recommended styles include:

  • Comforting Neutrals (colors)
  • Cane Furniture
  • Granny chic
  • Natural materials

Comforting Neutrals

The highlight of such colors is that firstly, they can never go out of fashion because there are four seasons annually. So, if you select a neutral color, you do not have to have home improvements or decorations in the spring, then again in the summer. Once you make this selection, it will add the same vibrant texture to your household regardless of the season. It just seems like the more pocket-friendly option nonetheless. For this, you can go with grey or a range of spice colors which are more earthy such as Dulux which looks more vintage.

Cane Furniture

When it comes to furniture, opting for cane seems more of an old school vibe but it seems to have had a resurgence in recent times. Its popularity is more on sofas, sideboards, and chairs and with brilliant carpentry, the shapes on footboards and even the headboards make such pieces a brilliant centerpiece for any room.

Granny Chic

It is a style that is considered as not-so-calm because it involves a lot of layering. That means that color and pattern are essential to pulling this off. In fact, the pattern aspect of the design is etched mostly in the layered wallpaper after which it is followed by the full-length curtains. As for the furniture selection that accompanies it, they are recommended in classic shapes which can either be modern or traditional depending on the homemaker’s taste.

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