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Fall Home Trends We’re Obsessing Over

Bring on the Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, cozy sweaters, and most importantly, the new fall home decor! With the new season approaching, your wardrobe isn’t the only thing that needs a revamp, so we’ve found the best fall trends of 2019 to make sure you enter the new season in style.

Velvets

Similar to warm clothing, adding heavier fabrics to your home, like velvet, help to create a cozier fall feel. While velvet chairs and couches are all the fad right now, you don’t have to buy all new furniture to create the velour look this season. These Velvet Cushion Covers from H&M are the perfect way to refresh your furniture for fall. Or get your DIY on, and create your own!

Mixed Metals and Marble

Mixing metals goes beyond just gold and silver. Adding pops of brass, copper, and other metallics is another way to create an eclectic look this fall. This Umbrella Marble Base Brass Cone Floor Lamp from CB2 mixes modern marble with bold brass, lighting your room up in more ways than one. Paired with its unique cone shape design, this lamp is a must-have for your living room this season.

Textures 

Accent colors aren’t the only way to spice up your home decor. Knit throws, crochet pillows, fringed details, and thick, textured rugs are all making their way into fall home decor this season. This handwoven Colca Wool Rug from West Elm is simple, yet sophisticated, allowing the creative texture to speak for itself. These additions are perfect for your living room or dining room.

Ochre 

We’re all about ochre this fall! From throw blankets to dining room table accessories, ochre accents are the perfect way to add a warm pop of color to your home. The all-natural, burnt yellow hue adds a sense of nostalgia and warmth to your home. We recommend pairing it with navy pops of color. Add these Ochre Ilana Matte Dinner Plates from Anthropologie to your collection this season to really wow your guests.

No, you don’t have to redo your home decor every season, but adding a few touches can make all the difference. It’s the little details that can turn your house into a home, so why not add a little personal flare to your decor this fall. If you’re in need of a little extra inspiration, check out our blog on The Best Interior Designers in Boulder.