Regarding interior design trends, autumn is a special time of year—the aesthetic shifts from light and cool to warm and comforting. But, in the modern era, there has been a shift to the minimalist. So, where do our cozy and intimate styles end up? There’s a delicate balance during the transition season. Here is how you can balance the chicness of summer with the seasonal look of fall.
As colors change in the north, the textures change in the home. Fabric wall hangings have been on trend this year, so switching from your classic cotton tapestry to something a little weightier can transform the feel of an open space.
During the warmer seasons, crisp white surfaces and accessories can leave your home feeling open and cool. However, you can also use white to your advantage during cooler seasons. For example, white knit throw blankets and oversized pillows can complement geometric statement pieces. At the same time, raw bone and off-white accents allow for a rustic yet clean look.
The modern look abides by an aesthetic that claims clean is chic. And it very well can. But, as the seasons change, move from stark silvers and try sultry shades like brass. The metallic will maintain the minimalist feel, while the sunniness of the brass will warm up any room.
Even in the winter, you can still saturate your home with rich forest greens to bring down the luminance of your home. We suggest pairing greens with a neutral palette.