Fall is slowly making its way into Charleston and while it may still be in the 90s here, that hasn’t stopped our team from getting into the fall spirit! Even if it seems a little silly putting out pumpkins and fall mums on our front porches! To help introduce a little more fall decor into your home, we’ve rounded up the top five decor trends you’ll be seeing everywhere this fall.
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Gold is typically seen as more of trend during the spring and summer months but it’s here to stay! As we ease into the cooler months, expect to see deeper gold tones in home decor trends. Consider adding small accent pieces in more neutral areas to bring an unexpected pop of color to a room. Even better, add some golden pumpkins to your cornucopia on the dining table!
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Fans of monochrome design, rejoice! Black is very much in this season and not just as accessories. We guarantee you’ll start seeing a rise in all black furniture and accent pieces this year. If you’re not a fan of the all black look, introducing pieces such as lamps, accent pieces, or small pieces of furniture can really make a statement.
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As the months become colder, we’ll slowly retreat to the comfort of our homes. This autumn, there will be a dominance of berry hues, heavy woods, and chunky knits. Just imagine curling up in front of the fire surrounded by faux fur pillows and wrapped up in a chunky knit blanket. Now that sounds like an ideal way to spend an afternoon!
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It’s no surprise that plaid will be making its appearance again this year. Rather than shy away from the print, it could make a wonderful fall addition to your home decor! Used as a table runner with adorning candles and pumpkins can instantly turn a dining room into a cozy environment.
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Last but not least, it’s certainly not fall unless there’s a pumpkin on a porch or on a mantle. Rather than placing a simple orange pumpkin on your porch this year, mix it up! Paint a fun saying, pattern, or design on your pumpkin. Or totally switch things up this year by adding white and gold pumpkins for an unexpected, farmhouse chic, look!