Sustainable and eco-friendly decor is becoming more popular.
Sustainability is not just a trend, it’s a lifestyle choice. I always encourage people to look for eco-friendly decor, such as furniture made from reclaimed wood, recycled textiles, or energy-efficient lighting.
These choices can reduce your carbon footprint and add character and depth to your interior.
Incorporate purposeful maximalism.
Maximalism is back but with more intention.
Embrace bold patterns, vibrant colors, and eclectic decor with a purpose. Each item should tell a story or hold sentimental value rather than just take up space.
Create a home that sparks joy and showcases your unique personality.
Earthy tones and warm neutrals are perfect for fall.
This fall, celebrate the beauty of nature with earthy tones and warm neutrals. Think rich terracottas, deep forest greens, and cozy beige hues.
These hues create a soothing, inviting atmosphere that’s perfect for the colder months. I recommend pairing them with natural textures like wood and jute for a harmonious, grounded look.
Cozy and layered textiles are perfect for colder weather.
Fall is all about creating warm, inviting atmospheres, and one way to achieve that is through cozy and layered textiles.
Embrace plush throw blankets, soft faux fur pillows, and textured area rugs. The tactile elements not only add comfort but also provide a richness that’s perfect for the fall season.
Vintage-inspired pieces are on the rise.
Nostalgia is making a comeback, and vintage-inspired pieces are all the rage this fall.
Hunt for unique thrifted finds or invest in new furniture with a retro twist. Think velvet couches, mid-century sideboards, and art deco lighting.
Vintage accents bring character and charm to any room.
On the other hand, fast furniture and disposable decor are out this season.
This season, I encourage you to goodbye to disposable decor. Move away from cheap, mass-produced furniture and holiday decorations that often end up in landfills.
Instead, I recommend investing in pieces that are made to last and can withstand the test of time. It’s less wasteful and better on your wallet in the long run.
Gone are the days of rooms full of overly matchy-matchy decor.
Ditch the matchy decor and opt for something more eclectic and personal.
Mix and match different textures, colors, and styles to create a space that feels uniquely you.
Instead of focusing on uniformity, try to go for a harmonious balance.