Jewel tones are all the rage for fall, especially orange.
Different jewel tones trend every season, mainly because of the warmth and texture they bring to living spaces. But orange is the breakout star this fall.
From paprika to citrus hues, orange can help you achieve your design, whether it’s contemporary or farmhouse style.
It’s a great way to add a pop of color while imprinting your personality into the space.
Add a bit of texture to your space with fabric lampshades.
Great lighting always transforms a room, and funky fabric lampshades are now in.
An elegant lampshade can quickly improve a room’s character, personality, and texture.
You can also get creative with your shade options, from feathers and tassels to sparkles.
Curved furniture looks and feels good.
Yes, your beloved bouclé accent chair is still in style. Comfortable, curved furniture continues to be a leading trend this season because of its accessibility and ease.
Now more than ever, people need to feel rested in their homes, and curved furniture is an easy way to achieve that because it looks just as good as it feels.
We tend to gravitate toward inviting objects that make us feel safe. Instead of your typical beige, gray, and black furniture, opt for soothing hues like blue, limestone green, or clay red to establish a relaxed mood.
Eye-catching blue hues can make your space feel more peaceful.
Calming blue hues can elevate your space and create a sense of peace.
Shades like aqua, cobalt, azure, and sky can take your home to the next level while keeping it elegant and refined.
On the other hand, it’s time we put all the squiggly decor to rest.
I’m sick of the wavy-mirror trend.
Squiggly decor pieces became popular mainly due to TikTok, but the curvy items have run their course.
Now that we’re transitioning to a new season, the trend can come off as a bit kitschy and tacky.
The “grandmillennial” craze isn’t so grand anymore.
Last year, “grandmillenial” or “granny chic” decor became very popular, bringing plenty of needlepoint pillows and floral wallpaper into homes.
But I think the trend is now skewing toward being dated.
It’s OK to be more traditional, but there are plenty of ways to infuse your style and personality without getting stuck in the past.
Minimalism can sometimes just be a code word for boring.
I think homes should look lived-in and have some character.
Your space should reflect a well-crafted story, and nuanced, layered, and maximalist designs can help with that.
You can start adding dimension by introducing a pop of color or investing in art you enjoy.