DIY Home and Decor Trends Celebrities Are Heading This Fall
As the Leaves Begin to Change, So Do Home Decor Trends
The air has a crispness to it, leaves crunch under your feet, and you’ve suddenly found yourself craving pumpkin spice lattes and warm sweaters. Let’s face it: fall is officially here. But instead of fretting about the end of summer, you can find inspiration in the fresh trends that are just emerging in the home decor world.
Celebrities are always on the cutting edge of design trends, and this season is no different. From Kendall Jenner to Ray Romano, celebrities are giving us some serious inspiration for our fall interior design plans.
This Fall, Green Is Great
The results are in: celebrities are going strong with green. Interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard told Vogue magazine that celebrities like Kendall Jenner are working in the rich hue to every room in their homes. From painted walls to accents, green isn’t going anywhere.
If you’re feeling hesitant about taking a big green risk, try starting off by filling your home with indoor plants. Planterra cites celebrities like Cher and Ellen Degeneres as avid houseplant advocates; check out the article here to see why.
Go Bold With Living Room Seating
While many celebrities are straying away from gaudy furniture and tacky decor this season, they are still finding ways to add their personalities to their living space. This article from In Style shows how celebrities like Cat Deeley from So You Think You Can Dance are going bold when it comes to their couches. Deely chose a vintage 1970’s De Sede DS-600 leather sofa.
According to Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s gorgeous NYC apartment is complete with a playful hanging sofa made from an antique door and covered in luxurious pillows – perfect for hanging out! Check out this blog post from At Home With K to find out how to make your own DIY door couch.
Quirky Is Cool
In this article from Curbed, you get to take a look inside Andy Cohen’s west village duplex where you’ll find classic Ralph Lauren Home pieces alongside his high school yearbooks and old cassette tapes.
Right now, eclectic is all the rage. If you can find a way to pair a colorful Peruvian wool blanket alongside vintage Paul Smith, you’ll be right on top of the trend.
You can easily add some DIY spice to your space by putting classic black and white photographs in quirky or funky picture frames. It’s Always Autumn has some great DIY frame tutorials if you’re looking for some added inspiration.
Create Space for Both Modern And Rustic
Ray Romano’s new Venice, CA ranch home perfectly combines rustic farmhouse vibes with modern cool—you can browse pictures right here on Domino. With mirror frames made from driftwood alongside Subway tiles in the bathroom, this home is the perfect balance between old and new.
You can spruce up vintage elements of your home by creating a pallet shelf, like this one from Architecture Art Designs, and filling it with chic and modern trinkets like this brass lamp from Pottery Barn.
The Takeaway: Don’t Box Yourself Into a Single Aesthetic
This season, celebrities are letting themselves run wild when it comes to their home decor. Celebs are taking aspects from various styles, and melding them together to create a whole new look. This fall, you can’t go wrong by combining homey and quirky accents with a neutral, modern base.