For 2020, we’ve all found solace in our homes. We’ve been given an abundance of time to dedicate to home projects, updates and to tap into our inner-design guru. As the weather cools and the leaves change, so can the overall feel of your home. If you’re looking to bring a bit of fall into your home — here are some of our favorite home decor trends.
Nothing says fall quite like a warm, neutral palette. One of the best parts about the season is watching the leaves turn their beautiful shades of orange, yellow and red. These colors give off a cozy feel, which means it’s the perfect time to give your home that extra comfy feeling! Whether it’s a paint color, furniture or rug, you can’t go wrong with cream, caramel and orange color tones. Adding darker shades to your home’s interior will make you want to curl up by your fireplace all season long! If you’re not interested in adding any painting projects this fall, try using autumn-colored accent pillows or placing warm-toned flowers on display. You can never have too many autumn decor pieces around your home!
Remote working has made us rethink our traditional idea of “work.” Whether you’ve transitioned a space to become your new home-office or incorporated a desk into your room — there are plenty of ways to pull off the ultimate cozy, fall-friendly WFH area. Who says centerpieces are solely for kitchen tables? Try putting together a decor setup for your workspace! You can bring the pumpkin patch right to your desk by adding decorative gourds, burlap and warm-colored vases. Get creative with your office decor! We’re gushing over these decor ideas from Architectural Digest.
All About Pampas
Here’s a hot trend that extends beyond this season: pampas, both big and small, are the perfect accent that will please any homeowner’s decor style. The best part is — there’s an endless amount of opportunities to utilize pampas as decor throughout your home. Try your hand at a DIY wreath for your front door, stick a bundle in vases around your home or fill rustic buckets for a beautiful, front porch decor option. And when fall ends, you’ll find the neutral color of pampas plants pairs perfectly with holiday decorations as well (try saying that three times fast!)
Plaid is the gift that keeps on giving. A timeless piece of decor, plaid can be dawned through fall and into winter. You could call it the staple pattern of fall. It makes us think of flannel shirts and spending time outside. To bring this fall-feeling inside, you can’t go wrong with black and white plaid pillows, curtains and dining room placemats. Lately, we’re loving blanket display ladders, which is the perfect way to show off your plaid and warm-colored throws. You can also add plaid decor pieces to your home’s exterior as well! Plaid chair cushions, front door mats or greeting signs can add a touch of fall to your front door.