As the summer comes to an end, we are given another excuse to redecorate our homes. It’s time to ditch the beach-style accessories and bring the outdoors in for autumn. As the weather cools off, we tend to want a warm and comfortable space without sacrificing style. You can achieve this fall look by keeping up to date on this year's trends, such as warm metals, bold hues and textured wallpaper. 10 Canadian interior designers help get us inspired by sharing which fall trends they are most excited about this season.
1 Corray Classen-Harapiak, Bliss Interiors, Winnipeg, MB.
“The one trend that has had me excited for a while now is wallpaper! Heading into the fall season, most of my designs will include wallpaper. Whether a bold, colourful print in the foyer to welcome guests or a more subtle print in the master bedroom, wallpaper instantly transforms a space and infuses personality without too much of a commitment.”
2 Victoria McKenney, Enviable Designs, Vancouver, BC.
“At the moment, we are really excited about the move towards using large prints on the floor, in the form of bold rugs and carpets. The huge range of colours and patterns allow us to really dictate what direction the aesthetic becomes. As well, wallpaper is always a big trend but we are seeing a much more subtle take - tone on tone palettes and textures which is different from the loud graphic patterns in the past. I think this will appeal to a wider range of homeowners. We hope to use these new wallpaper trends by bringing back natural textures and tones into the house. Moving into fall, we are looking to capture a little of the outdoors back inside with us, through the use of these new textures and soft palettes - bedrooms and living rooms would be perfect for this application.”
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