2015 Design Trends for Fall

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(Via Decoist)

Autumn is on the wing and it’s time to sweep the summer trends out of your space and get ready for a beautiful fall. Here we take some of the biggest interior design trends of 2015 and show you how to make them work for your space as we roll into the final months of the year. 

(Via Liz Marie Blog)

Fall is all about being cozy, so layer some super-soft throw blankets on every upholstered chair in your home. It’s okay if they’re not all uniform. Designers have embraced the authentic feel of artisanal and handmade items for 2015.

(Via Rue Mag)

Is your rug is looking a little worse for wear? Consider swapping it out for an on-trend cowhide or natural-fabric rug with unfinished edges. 

(Via Belle Vivir

Fringe is a huge trend in fashion and also in design. If you’ve always dreamed of owning a fabulous tasseled sofa, 2015 is your year.  

(Via Zsa Zsa Bellagio

The color gurus at Pantone chose Marsala as their color of the year for 2015 and hopefully you’re not over it yet, because this rich earthy shade truly shines in the autumn months. It makes a bold yet sophisticated statement and looks particularly gorgeous in crushed velvet — a great fabric choice for cooler months.

(Via Refinery29)

As the weather cools down, add some gold accents to your home to warm up the ambience. Keep it subtle with a few shiny pieces here and there or go all out and make a Baroque gold framed mirror a focal point in your living room. 

(Via Huffington Post)

Graphic wallpaper is the new accent wall. Designers are now going for textured or boldly patterned wallpaper to add punch to a room. You can test the waters by applying some removable wall decals to your space.

How are you planning on bringing fall into your home? Leave us some ideas in the comments.

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