1. Furniture with Distressed or Dark Finishes: Incorporating darker woods and distressed finishes is essential to evoking an autumnal mood this fall. "Oftentimes, the desire to create a restorative and relaxing environment is heavily embraced in the cooler months. Look to darker woods and vintage or reclaimed pieces with distressed finishes this year.
2. Return to Formality: After the last few years of using every possible surface as a desk while working from home, people are excited to go back to using their rooms as they were intended. Look to this return to formal spaces as a major fall design opportunity. From big-ticket items like dining chairs and credenzas to smaller design elements like stoneware, table runners, mats, and festive napkin rings, utilize autumn to curate a collection meaningful to you.
3. Wallpaper: Yep. It’s true. Afraid of commitment? Check out the temporary wallpaper products many companies are offering.
4. Statement Glassware: Expect to see more thoughtful, curated tablescapes full of fun, funky glassware this fall.
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