All good things come with fall. There’s pumpkin spice, caramel apples, changing leaves and sweater weather, but more important, the change in season is the perfect excuse to do a little redecorating.
My summer decorating style tends to be pretty vibrant — this year, there were lots of succulents, tropical prints and bright yellow accents. But as we move into fall, I want to give my home a cozier look. Luckily, the season’s biggest trends help any room feel a little warmer, perfect for hunkering down while winter slowly approaches.
Texture is big, with everything from wicker chairs to faux fur rugs popping up in every room of the house. And while super-bright white interiors have been all the rage for a few seasons, dark jewel tones and even black paint are rising in popularity.
In fact, the Scandinavians may know a thing or two about winter, but it looks like minimalism may be trending downward in favor of something called “New Victorian,” which favors lush accents like velvet.
If you’re stumped about how to transition your home from summer to fall, just take a look at the following slides for some serious seasonal inspiration.