Fall Trend #1 - Green, green, green!
Every where you look, from the runway to home design, green is a hot color for fall! Lucky for us, green is one of those colors that is easy to work into a variety of color schemes, making it highly versatile and a feasible option for those who want to incorporate fall trends without buying all new rugs and furniture. Olive green pairs nicely with light wood and natural colors, but also looks good with dark wood or grays. An emerald throw paired with a cheetah throw creates a dramatic effect, and hunter green paired with dark wood and gold feels warm and rich. It's a gender neutral color that can stand out, or blend in depending on how you use it. Of course there are many complimentary colors to green, but dusty pink is one of my favorites, so I featured it in my design board. Incorporate this fall trend and all of your friends will be GREEN with envy! :)
Fall Trend #2 - Neutrals with POPS of Blue
Anyone who follows my design work knows I love to use natural colors like beige, cream and tans with navy or deep blue, so it's no surprise I would be all over a "pops of blue" trend for fall. Part of the fun of being a designer is the flexibility I have to evolve. I find myself gravitating towards some brighter shades of blue like cobalt, or my most recent design obsession, teal, to compliment a highly textured, natural palette. I love to couple these jewel-tone blues with antique gold or even burnt orange when I am feeling bold. This is going to be a fun trend to explore for fall!
Fall Trend #3 - Bring the Outdoors IN!
So, this is a trend I am pretty excited about. I love natural, woodsy tones and the warmth they bring to any home. How do you implement them into your current decor? Well, you don't have to look any further than your backyard for inspiration! Use colors like mossy green, beige, mushroom gray coupled with raw woods, rough stone and earthy materials. If you are lucky enough to have big windows and great view, keep your window treatments simple, let the natural light in and let it all blend together. I personally find the continuity that is created very peaceful and calming. I think you will too!