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The temperature may be dipping, but there are plenty of hot trends in home décor this fall. If you’re looking for a complete overhaul, or just a new way to freshen up a room or two, this fall features trends for every taste.
No matter what your budget, there’s a trend to fit. Whether you hire an interior decorator for a professional update, or tackle a trend DIY-style, you’re sure to find a new and exciting way to liven up your home.
1. Play with Tile
Tile has long been a staple in bathrooms and kitchens, but a new twist on this old design is hot for fall. Instead of tiling your floor in the most conventional pattern, using a herringbone layout will give you a completely different look. When it comes to your backsplash, a basket weave or arabesque shaped tile can be an interesting visual divide between your cabinets and countertops. Tile has proven to be very versatile all over the house.
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2. Go Greige
Is it grey? Is it beige? The beauty of this color is that it’s both… or neither. This versatile new neutral is popping up all over the house, from kitchens to bathrooms to bedrooms. Greige can add the warmth to a space that a white typically can’t offer, while still remaining palatable to whatever other color or design element you want to add. Try it anywhere in your house from kitchen cabinets to bedroom walls.
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3. Try Geometric
From wallpaper, to rugs, to art, geometric shapes continue to take center stage. Whether your choice is chevron, honeycomb or even basic squares, these bold shapes can breathe a little life into any room. The best part? You don’t have to stick to just one pattern. Choose what suits you and feel free to mix and match.
4. Pantone’s Predictions
Every year Pantone predicts the hottest color palette. This year the choices range from sophisticated and chic to warm and welcoming, and incorporating pops of color here and there in your home is simple. Colors include Desert Sage, Marsala, Cadmium Orange and Amethyst Orchid to name a few. Using one, or several of Pantone’s predictions can bring subtle new styling into your home this fall.
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5. Darken the Details
Painting molding white is no longer the hard, fast rule. For a more dramatic look, try a non-traditional shade. From plum, to navy and even black, a dark color paired with a lighter wall is a bold choice that doesn’t disappoint. If you’re not ready to try this trend in a high traffic area like your living room, start small in a space like a powder room to find out if this fits your style.
Try one, or all of these trends this fall and see how these new design elements can work wonders in your home.
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