Fall is right around the corner, and we couldn’t be any more excited because this year’s fall interior design trends are to die for! This season’s emphasis is on color and creating a cozy, comforting scheme. Check out some of the trends we will see Fall 2019!

Light Hardwood Floors

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If you haven’t yet, you are going to see a lot more light-colored hardwood floors pop up in homes and all over Instagram and Pinterest this season. This is a trend we have seen really take off this year, and we are here for it! The stark contrast of light, almost white, hardwood is really upping its game for its functional benefit of being easier to keep clean and maintain.


Peacock Blue

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Peacock blue is a versatile, saturated and exotic color that enriches the look and feel of any space it enters. Because it is such a strong color, we recommend pairing it with a lighter color like the also very popular, millennial pink, or throw some darker shades of blue to add depth and break up the scheme.

Black

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Black is the new black! A true color that is always on-trend, and this year is no different. This year we see a trend in black furniture, more specifically, black dining room furniture. For fall, keep the look warm and cozy with a furry rug or blush toned tableware. The black is not just limited to the furniture though, because we also see a trend in black kitchen cabinets and appliances this fall. Black adds sophistication, drama and depth to any space, and we especially love it when dressed with statement metallic pieces and well-positioned lightning, which is essential to light up a darker scheme.

Neutrals

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Neutrals are great because they give a house a clean feel without being completely cold. This year’s neutral fall trend is all neutral rooms. If you are going for this neutral look, layer different hues of the same color for a classy and sophisticated look. Designers suggest using lighter shades on the walls with darker upholstery. The floor should be a shade darker than the walls, so the furniture stands out, and tie the room together with accessories that include the shades you have used.

Blush and Green

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During the dark and gloomy months of winter, try decorating with blush and green to get you through. One of our favorite ways to tie these two colors together is with palm prints. It gives you a modern, classy, summery vibe all year round. You can even throw in a pop of gold to give it some extra flavor!

Make It Sparkle!

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Give your home some flavor and shine bright with gold, brass, or copper metallic finishes. Don’t overdo it, but adding small splashes of metallic can look very classy in your home this season. Some popular ways of adding these metallic splashes is chair and table legs, tableware, bar carts, picture frames, and accessories.