It’s hard to believe, but 2018 is nearing a close. With summer almost over and September just around the corner, it’s almost time to dust off your sweaters and boots and prepare for the inevitable colder weather. While the year is definitely winding down, it’s not over just yet; there’s still plenty of time to accomplish the goals you set for 2018. Have you been meaning to redecorate your home but could never find the right time? Why not get started just in time for autumn! After all, there’s no better time than the present. Read on for six fall décor ideas that you will absolutely fall for.
As the days grow shorter and the nights get longer and colder, what better way to stay warm than with a quilt? For the past year or so, quilts have been steadily replacing duvets and comforters as the most coveted bed covering. However, they are more than a blanket; quilts can be used as throws or decorations for couches and chairs around the home as well. You can easily liven up a plain couch by draping a patterned or bright colored quilt over the edge. Staying warm will never be cooler!
No, not Christmas wreaths. These autumnal wreaths are the perfect indoor or outdoor addition to your home this fall. These wreaths look great both on your door or in your living room. Created with all of the traditional autumn shades, they are the perfect way to bring the beauty of fall to your home.
This trend has been around for a little while now, but it sure isn’t going anywhere. For most of 2018, upholstered headboards have been spotted in furniture and home stores all over the country. They come in many different colors, but are most commonly found in neutral or earth tones. Especially popular this fall are gray headboards, which allow for easy accessorizing due to its neutral tone.
Like the headboards, this trend has also been around for a while but is still just as popular. Brass and gold interior decorations are definitely here to stay this fall. These finishes look incredible on lamps, drawer handles, accent pillows, and frames, vases just to name a few.
Soft, warm textures are sure to be on trend this fall, and just in time for the cold weather! A simple way to incorporate this trend into your fall interior design scheme is by opting for velvet or knit decorative pillows and blankets. Not only will these textures pop against a plain chair or couch, but they will be the first things you reach for when the weather starts getting cold.
At the start of 2018, Pantone announced that its color of the year was green. Since then, green home décor items have been popping up everywhere. However, it’s not just green you should look out for this fall, it’s bright colors in general. Try adding bright decorate pillows, rugs, and wall art to your home for a splash of color.