This sampling of fall home decor 2013 eye spy goodies is based solely on the retail offerings, shelter magazine features, and “it’s everywhere” sightings. There’s been no consultations with industry insiders, editors, or buyers, no scientific polls or conducted surveys. One may ask what qualifications do I have to be a self appointed fall home decor 2013 spotter? Credit the countless and rewarding hours spent in home decor, home furnishings and home accessories land. I see this stuff in my sleep! It’s what I do, what I love, and what I like to share. A design show and tell- that’s Places In The Home. The fall must have-o-meter is pegged toward new and renewed classics, warm tones, luxe metals, geometric shapes, color duos and timeless treasures aka antique furniture. I’ve pulled trend defining resources to lend an “eyedea” of inspiration for fall 2013 seasonal decorating.
The big brass trend continues to play to a captive and stylish home decor audience. This trend was hot for spring 2013 and rolls right on through for what’s hot fall home decor 2013.
The ebb and flow of popularity with the metals is coming in once again at high tide and high style.
In with the old- a trend near and dear to my heart! Matching design and decor elements is by no means the rule to follow. In fact, designers and decorators are very on board and on trend with the mixing of furniture styles and periods. Designer Michael Roberson states, “Balancing old things with new things gives a room great energy.”
The sheer imperfections of the patina and finish, affordability, provenance, repurposed brilliance and the walk away from conventional expectation creates a strong point for this trend. I continue to encourage my clients to broaden the scope of their style through unexpected pairings and statement making focal points. Antique pieces will do exactly that. Give a space of pop of period personality and trend on!
Black and White
The color combination and design darling duo of black and white is a classic pairing that never stays too long at the design and decor party.
How’s this for fall decorating?
Warm Tones, Textures and Bright Colors
From hardwood floors to comfortable linens- warm tones, textures and seasonal colors have a proven history as the hallmark of fall decor.
Traditional fall colors will share the 2013 season spotlight with a trendy palette of bright colors.
What catches your eye?