top fall design trends to spruce up your home


Fall is nearly here, and that means interior design trends are changing. While good design often carves its own path, keeping up with modern trends can be a great way to gain inspiration and gauge your interests for that next big project.

With that in mind, here are some of fall 2022’s top interior designer trends.

Bold colors

According to Pure Wow, people are going big with bold colors this fall.

“From boho to disco, ’70s interiors are having a moment,” trend expert Nick Drewe told the website. “The trend is all about incorporating earthy tones like hunter green, mustard yellow and blues, with materials like rattan and bamboo — in fact, searches for rattan have shot up by 77% on Pinterest.”

In particular, green has been gaining traction this year.

“Green has been topping the design trend charts over the past several years, and we particularly love this muted sage variation [that’s popping up everywhere for fall],” Anastasia Casey, founder and CEO of IDCO Studio said. “Whether it’s for kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities or entire walls, sage is a color shade we can always get behind.”

Playful shapes and '70s interiors are having a moment.

Curves

The Zoe Report said that curves are bringing comfort to many designers’ living spaces this season as well.

“For fall, curves are relaxing into organic form with abstract sofas, mirrors, and tables high on the list,” Bethany Adams of Bethany Adams Interiors told the website.

From round pillows to nonlinear sofas, curves have made a comeback in a big way.

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