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Classic Fall Patterns To Bring Home This Autumn

by Product Specialist

Classic Fall Patterns To Bring Home This Autumn

As the weather gets cooler and fall sets in, you can take advantage of the season to inject some rich and lively fall patterns into your home. Fall is characterized by unique color and texture feels, ranging from floral patterns to warm shades. So don't get left behind on the latest fall trends that are hitting various homes this season. Here are some popular fall patterns for your home to consider.

Matching the walls and drapes

Infusing some fall flavor into the home can be as simple as matching the walls and drapes in similar or complementary floral designs. Various floral patterns can give off a lively, calm, or warm mood in the home.

You can drape an office space or a guest room in floral patterns with earth tones or warm colors that contribute towards an inviting space.

Replacing all-white interiors

Despite the weather getting cooler, the fall season is marked with vibrant colors. You can therefore prepare yourself to transform your all-white interiors into warm, rich shades (such as brown, green or blush).

Plain white walls and drapes can be infused with these colors to radiate the fall feeling.

Mixing and Matching Various Styles

The fall season can also be a time to think outside the box in interior décor. Rather than sticking to one look for the entire room, you can be bold and go for a more curated look. This means using different and seemingly unrelated items to achieve a style that is mixed-and-matched.

For example, new and old furniture can be strategically placed in the room, with collections of various artwork and cultural items suspended from the walls and cabinets.

Use of Texture and Shape

If you're not a fan of bright and vibrant fall colors, you can also go for neutrals in order to achieve a fall mood. The secret lies in using texture and shape to make up for unique colors and contrasts.

Incorporate 3D pieces of art, wall coverings and various physical accessories to emphasize a feeling of touch to the room. This brings to life the texture and shape theme that can replace colors.