Fall 2017 – Decorating Trends
As the Fall season has quickly approached you may be thinking it’s time to make some changes to your home in the decorating department. With a new season comes new design trends including new textures, new colours and new materials used throughout the home. Here are the top picks for decorating trends this fall.
This texture is once again becoming a favourite in home interior and design. Velvet offers texture to any room especially when it is combined with rough, and natural materials such as reclaimed wood, metals and ceramics. This texture is being used in a variety of ways through décor such as through furniture, cushions or a throw.
Soapstone has recently become a lot more popular in the kitchen and bathroom. This type of material works great in these rooms especially for countertops due to its versatility, low cost and durability. Some people prefer it to materials such as marble because soapstone is less expensive and WAY more durable.
Trying to make any room in your home dynamic and dramatic can be rather difficult. One easy way to accomplish this is through textures. A new trend is adding woven textures into any room of your home. This texture works well especially in the cooler months because of it’s warmth to the room. Woven textures can be combined with velvet and woolly throws to get that dramatic feel.
The new hot colour for fall is blush pink. This colour works well with a multitude of colours and contrasts well with natural materials such as stone and wood. This colour can be used as an accent colour which can be carried throughout your home or just was primarily in one room.
Terra Cotta Tile
Terra Cotta is making a comeback in the design work. The warmth and character of this colour is catching the eye of many individuals making it more and more popular within homes. These tiles are durable and have the iconic look which adds the charm that many are looking for within their home design.
Dark Wall Colours
Now the trend is for the wall colours to make a bold statement instead of blending into the background. Some of these bold and dramatic colours include blacks, deep blues, dark browns. By having a dark wall you can contrast and add bright and vibrant colours through accessories to create a great contrast.