Design Update: Five Fall-Inspired Dining Room Trends
Fall is upon us, and as the leaves change, so do the colors, textures, and design trends that populate our Instagram feeds. Today on the blog, we explore how professional designers are embracing five fall trends.
Mixed and Matched Chairs
Mixing up your dining room chairs is a great way to up the ante of your fall tablescape. Though the mixed and matched look is meant to be eclectic, you want to avoid it coming off haphazard. The best way to achieve the former and not the latter is by sticking to some sort of cohesive element, such as similar color palette, style, silhouette, or height.
Velvet is a classic, cold-weather fabric because it warms up the look of any room. Velvet accents in the dining area can serve to lend a feeling of luxuriousness and formalness. In terms of colors, don’t be afraid to opt for bold and saturated hues, such as a trend-forward shade of green or season-inspired shade of orange.
This fall, black is on-trend, in a big way! Pulling off large-format black in your dining room is all about paying attention to visual balance. If you’re drawn to the idea of a black wall paint, offset it with plenty of brightly colored accents and bold patterns.
Another tip for pulling off black is to pair it alongside warm metal, such as brass, copper, and gold—the likes of which are also trendy for dining rooms this fall.
Centerpieces are the quintessential way to add color to your tablescape and embrace the aesthetics of the season. Consider a low centerpiece that incorporates a mixture of herbs, flowers, acorns, and other fall-themed foliage.
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