30 Sep Four Classic Fall Trends I’m Falling For
This summer went by in a FLASH, but I am still so excited for my fall standards like apple picking, pumpkin-spice everything, and chunky sweaters. Another thing I love about fall is a new season of trends to explore. Take a look at some of my faves for the season.
Floral and Foliage Arrangements
Now that we are into fall and almost into spooky season, I’m sure you’ll be seeing a lot of fall foliage, floral arrangements, and pumpkins on your Instagram feed. I definitely love flowers all times of the year, but fall is a great time to experiment with darker hues and more chic arrangements, like this gorgeous, semi-gothic bouquet. If you aren’t feeling these dark colors, you can always opt for more classic fall hues like oranges and reds. I prefer to keep these colors subdued though, and the same goes for my pumpkin usage. While you don’t need to bring the whole pumpkin patch inside, I love little nods to the season like this ceramic pumpkin jar paired with fresh flowers.
Fall definitely means candles, and you guys know I LOVE brass. Brass candlesticks are a really fun way to layer your lighting and give your tablespaces and mantels a glam touch. If you’re looking to add some more light to a candle-filled room, I definitely recommend sconces. They are super functional, and great for those late nights when you’re lost in a great new book.
Fall is synonymous with cozy at this point, so there is really no better time to set yourself up with a cozy little nook. I love layering in different textures, and also bringing in natural, warm elements like unfinished wood, rattan, and plants.
As summer fades, I understand that it is hard to get away from bright colors and transition to neutrals. That’s why I love the monochromatic trend. You can still do bright bold color, but the simplicity reminds me a lot of the fall season. What do you think of these dramatic rooms below?
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