With the new season upon us in 2022, many people want to spruce up their home with a new, fresh fall look. This year, the trends are full of new ways to make your home come to life this fall season. The approach can be simple, chic and exciting. For some, you may need to pull out all the stops and make a complete refresh. For others, you may just need to add a few new pieces to achieve your goals. No matter which boat you are in, these are the top trends to consider for your fall decorating and interior design.
1. Earth Tones
No one know earth tones and warm neutrals better than the designers at Ceterra, for Ceterra means “of the Earth.” When you think of earth tones, think of sand, cinnamon, rust, camel, copper, terracotta, muted greens and oatmeal. For 2022, consider bringing down those very popular gray and bold tones and switching it for warm, soft and muted tones.
What you will first notice when using these great earth tones is that they pretty much can be integrated into just about any style of decor. When done properly, you can achieve a relaxed, yet chic approach to the space you are designing.
When shopping at Ceterra Accents and Interiors, you can expect a great tour around the showroom to help you build this trend for your home this fall. Here are a few samples of things you can expect to find.
First up a great table lamp. This is a Portuguese cork lamp. Did you know that Portugal is home to a large percentage of the world’s cork forests? This helped lend its hand to the creation of this unique lamp.
Next are these interesting terracotta garden balls. They bring a sense of intrigue. Additionally, they come with the custom steel stands.
Lastly, these baskets can also bring alive a new fall trend for interior design. The unique shapes and color patterns are stunning for the fall season.
2. Use of Natural Wood for Interior Design
If you want to bring a wave of calming vibes into your home this fall, consider using more natural wood materials. Many people are trending away from gray-toned woods and opting for a more natural approach. Using lighter, warmer wood tones is making its way back into many kitchens and bathrooms.
If you are still in the gray-toned trend, have no fear. Even with gray-toned flooring or other elements, natural wood pieces can also be brought in through picture frames, coffee tables, side tables or other custom furnishings.
3. Woven Interior Design Pieces
Another trend for the fall 2022 season are woven interior design pieces. These unique elements can bring softness to your space. The good news is that Ceterra Accents and Interiors continually brings new woven pieces into stock. You may find baskets, hand-made woven chairs, or other hand-crafted pieces with beautiful natural fibers.
In this particular design completed by Katherine Mueller Design, you will see the use of textured chairs in this living room. It brings warm and inviting vibes for the guests to enjoy the space.
4. Decorative Pillows
In the forecast for fall interior design are always decorative pillows. For any season you cannot go wrong with a refresh on your pillows. Once again, Ceterra Accents and Interiors continually provides many options for a pillow refresh. Consider using textured pillows to transform your space this fall season.
5. Vintage and Modern Fusion
The final fall trend for 2022 is to mix it up by fusing together a little bit of vintage flavor with some modern spice. This can be typically a simple trend when you visit a showroom like Ceterra Accents and Interiors. The furnishings are typically custom and oftentimes vintage.
This bathroom, created by Katherine Mueller Design, in particular uses a vintage sliding barn door in an otherwise modern bathroom. It is striking with its rustic appearance. Your neighbor definitely does not have this sliding door in their home.
Final Thoughts on Top Fall Trends for Interior Design
This fall season, think more about natural woods, earth tones and custom pieces to make your home calm, relaxing and fresh. For some, very little needs to be done, while others may need to consider a full redo on a space. The good news is that Ceterra Accents and Interiors alongside Katherine Mueller Design can help you either way. Is it time for an upgrade?