Fall Decorating Ideas To Help You Transition Seamlessly

Paint an Accent Wall

Decorate in greens and browns to bring some earthiness to your room. This palm-print wallpaper is bold, to say the least, but limiting it to an accent wall keeps the room feeling light, rather than making it feel a little tight within the space. BTW Palm Imagery is in for Fall, whether embroidered on a pillow, perched askew in a vase, or replicated on wallpaper, palm imagery is a major trend right now.

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Bold & Black

Black is definitely the new black. These days it’s all about bold, dark, sultry designs that evoke an indulgent high-end experience. Dark interiors exude luxury and a modern style. It’s perfect for you if you’re looking for an elegant, contemporary look.

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Art is Never Out

The right art piece can wrap up your entire look. You can add modern art, contemporary pieces, or a traditional painting to bring personality into your room. You can never go wrong with art!

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Curved Seating Arrangements

"We're noticing more and more living rooms with non-traditional sofa shapes that are designed for conversation and hosting guests—and we are loving it!" —Caroline Grant of Dekar Design.

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Less is More

Minimalism is here to stay. A bright look with clean lines has always been in trend. Trying light color palettes and simple furniture to compliment your look can surely make your home feel smoother and more relaxed. Don’t be afraid to try it!

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MEMPHIS DESIGN

"The Memphis movement is overtaking midcentury modern as the furnishing and color selection du jour. Primary colors and graphic shapes haven’t seen this much action since the eighties. Also in our space planning we are turning away from straight, rigid furniture lines and choosing enveloping tub chairs and Vladimir Kagan-esque curved sofas."—Carolyn Pressly of Carolyn Pressly Interiors

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