Now that September is in full swing, it’s time to take a look at what’s hot in fall decor trends for the season. Fall is all about about texture and tone. Check out these inspiring rooms and tips for how to incorporate some seasonal updates in your own home.

Texture: We’re talking velvet, woven items, leather, soft throws and layers of all things cozy.

Velvet is rich, cozy and just plain beautiful. Who wouldn’t want to sink into a soft velvet couch or chair. For an easy update, try adding some velvet to your pillow game.

Design by: Mark Cunningham

There are limitless ways to add texture to your space. Think woven light fixtures, leather chairs, a layered rug or a warm and cozy throw.

Design by: Jersey Ice Cream Co.

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Colors: This season is get ready to see more of blush, green, matte black and brass in home decor.

Blush has been on the scene now for a few seasons and isn’t going anywhere for fall. It pairs well with other fall colors and is a beautiful back drop for other neutral items full of texture.

Via: Harmony and Design

Design by Kristen Panitch

We’ve been seeing dark moody-green painted cabinets all over the web for the past couple of seasons, but in general great is gorgeous paired with caramel leather and brass. For a touch of brass, try adding some by way of hardware, accessories or a light fixture.

Design by: Studio McGee

Design by: Suburban B’s

Design by: Lindye Galloway Interiors

We just can’t get enough of matte black. It’s just so cool in a non-flashy way and plays well with wood and white. Consider a new matte black faucet, light fixture or for a smaller investment, try it out in the form of a pot for your favorite house plant.

Design by: Squarefoot Interior Design

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Design by Jenny Wolf Interiors

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P.S – A quick word to apologize for the pause in updates. No good excuses, just got sidelined by life and some new projects, but stay tuned for more regular posts and thanks for your patience!

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