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Leaves Falling, Autumn Trends Calling!

November 1, 2017


Not only is velvet making a comeback into your fall wardrobe this season, it is also making a comeback into your home. Whether it’s a velvet sofa, an accent chair or even an ottoman this velvet trend gives the pop everyone’s living room needs.


2. Wood Accent Wall or Ceiling

A wood accent piece whether it is a wall or a ceiling can bring a cozy and rustic feel to your home this season. An accent piece can be added in great depth as shown in the picture of the kitchen or can make just as big a statement if used for the wall of a small sitting area. I wood (haha) not miss out on this opportunity to make your home the new thing to talk about this holiday season.


3. Plants, Succulents and LIFE

Even though the leaves are falling outside don’t miss out on adding some life to your home. This trend is a beautiful way to add some pop of life and color to your home. This is one of the most affordable ways to redecorate your home because there is the option to opt out of real plants and buy artificial ones that need no maintenance. You can incorporate this trend to almost any room in your home. These plants can be used as small coffee table centerpieces, wall decor or can be added to big flower parts to decorate your home’s entrance!


4. Monochrome

This monochrome trend is perfect for my modern or contemporary folks that favor simplicity. This is a fine way to make a space look luxurious yet simple at the same time. If you want to bend the rules you can incorporate trend #3 which includes the use of plants to add a pop of color to your home.


5. Lilac replaces Blush this season

This trend is the replacement of a subtle pink into a subtle lilac that adds a new pop to any room. This lilac color can be used in many ways, whether it is through a new paint job, adding accent furniture pieces or even adding new tiles to that bathroom you’ve been dying to change out. This trend is a nice way to make a big statement using a color that is not too excessive.

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  • Reply Gen November 2, 2017 at 1:28 am

    Great read, great style, I Love everything!!!

  • Reply Ken Lewis November 14, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    Hi Keisha, fantastic blog! We really appreciated this blog and thus posted it to the Studio Designer’s Twitter:

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