The end of Summer is bittersweet for us in Upstate New York. Last year’s winter was so long and brutal that any sign of warmth and sunshine was so welcoming. As I still try to squeeze out the last few days of Summer Fall colors creep in little by little and bring the warmth inside. This Fall trends for 2015 include wood elements, warm metals such as brass, bronze and pewter, and textures galore. Look for twines, ropes, parchment, heavy linens and handmade global textiles. The fall color trends forecast still leaning towards dusty blues, turquoises burnt oranges and bright golden yellows. Below are some ways to ease your decor into Autumn and still keep the warmth of the summer months.
If your summer decor included white turquoise and navy then try adding orange either in throw blankets or pillows. These colors go well with neutrals and grays. Don’t be afraid to mix in grays with your tans. Here Ive added a gray and white seersucker pillow along with a gray, orange and cream throw. Rustic wood trays and painted antlers add worth and texture. Mix your woods too. Rough and smooth along with dark and light woods.
A grey sofa from Arhaus Furniture gets embroidered accents pillows, beige luxury throw blanket and an oversized metal leave tray for remotes, magazines and coasters.
El fresco dining with wooden coasters, cast iron handled tray, serving bowls, global inspired linens and whimsical tasseled napkin rings all from HomeGoods welcomes Fall entertaining.
This beautiful wallpaper by Thibaut River Road Ballantyne (T3801) screams Fall down to the earthy colors and texture background. If your looking to paint a room or piece of furniture try Sherwin Williams Basil Sw 6194, Riverway Sw 6222 or my favorite Refuge SW6228. Rich warm blues and greens that can transition into any seasonal design. I’ve paired it up with my favorite faux wood laminate by Wilsonart Studio Teak 7960K-18. Great for home offices, craft rooms and laundry rooms. Don’t forget the cooper!
Warm golden yellow velvet pillows and throw blankets joins summers indigo blue and feels right at home. Pillows from HomeGoods and woven pouf stools from Target.
Hand made pumpkins made from vintage linens purchased at the Country Living Magazine Fair paired up with a vintage mango botanical art and a Trina Turk embroidered pillow.
Global, handwoven, and earthy meet rustic organic natural wood tones… The colors and textures of Fall. Hello Labor Day! I’m ready for you.
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