Current Fall Decorating Trends

The changing seasons outside are the perfect reason for changing things up in your home. Swapping out bright for rich, sweet for savoury, shiny for rustic can be a great way to keep your home fresh and new for the upcoming season.

A few changes of elements in your home can revitalize and get you in the spirit of a new season.

Chalk Paint Pumpkin

Orange is the colour of fall but giving a splash of chalk paint to the delightful and cheery shape of a pumpkin can brighten up and put a spin on the Halloween favourite. Chalk paint gives a beautiful matte finish, so you can blend them in and keep them around longer into the colder temperatures and well past Halloween.

Over Sized Florals

Go big in your home! Florals are big this year. Accent walls covered in large florals is a great way to make a statement in your home. But if that is overwhelming and seems too grand for your space, maybe opt for a smaller but still dramatic alternative. Rugs, cushions, and blankets are a great way to take part in this trend in less permanent ways.

Black Gold, Pinks, Navy, Sage

Bold statement colours are not new to decorating trends. This year’s colours are no exception. Black, Gold, Navy and Sage are all the rage this year. Those combined with every shade of pink imaginable give this fall endless possibilities and a lot of fun to mix and match.

Velvet

Smooth, textured, and dripping with a regal vibe, velvet is back and exploding on the decorating scene. From chairs, sofas and throw pillows, velvet is popping up everywhere. However, don’t take the tracksuits out of the closet just yet.

Modern LED Lighting

Lighting is a great way to make a drastic change with little to no effort. Modern LED lighting is big this fall season, and it’s easy to see why. With so many options and low cost due to their energy efficiency, your choices are endless.

Dried Wheat Wreaths

Most people only think that front doors are for coming and going, but they are also a great way to get creative with the exterior of your home. Wreaths are perfect, and not just for Christmas time. This season, dried wheat is in! With so many variations and combinations, it can give people a glimpse of the great taste of what’s going on inside your home.

Pine Cones

Fall is one of the best times to go for a stroll. With the weather just right and all the beautiful leaves changing, use your time to pick up some pine cones. They are free after all and by adding some essential oils you can transform them into a charming scented piece. And as the holiday seasons approach, you can beautify and decorate them for your tree or holiday motif.

Burlap-Covers Jars

Mason jars are not about to go away. This trend has been going strong for a few years now. We use them to preserve food, pantry storage and even drink out of them. They are everywhere and have a million uses and give such a beautiful rustic feel. And as a bonus, with wedding season behind us, there is no shortage of them or burlap.

Gourds

They are expected and always a fall favourite. Their colours, shapes and size always bring a unique and familiar feel to any room. Somethings never go out of style.

Instead of feeling the heaviness of the summer dying down, bring a breath of fresh air and new ideas into your home. Decorating for the new season is one of the best ways to look forward and keep your home trendy and inviting. And thankfully, not all significant changes need to be done by renovations.

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