West Elm Just Showed Us The Biggest Trends For Fall 2018
We're so ready for the new season.
With each new season, the temperatures drop, our wardrobes change, and so does our relationship with our homes. While summer months are meant to be spent enjoying time outdoors, fall means we can start getting cozied up inside. While you can just turn off your AC, you can also get your home in autumnal mode with a refresh of your decor. Luckily, West Elm just previewed its fall collection to give us a taste of the months to come.
After taking a peek, we can't wait for the season to start. The decor pieces are bold, warm, unique, and totally fresh. These don't necessarily feel like styles we've seen before. Materials are used in new ways and traditional pieces are taking on different shapes. Scroll ahead to see the five trends we think are going to be everywhere this fall.
Floral trends have moved from perfectly coifed bouquets to loose and wild arrangements over the past few years. But now, we see our love for modern design, plants, and pretty flowers blooming into really cool displays like this. Pick up a cool ceramic pot and create a unique arrangement that feels like a work of art this fall.
These bold looks apply to your decor as well. Want to mix sculptural shapes with strong bright colors? Go for it! This is the season for experimentation in your home.
This season is the time to think about mixing up the textures in your space. That doesn't mean just added in velvet. We love this West Elm table which mixes a sleek quartz tabletop with a matte base. Also consider finding rugs with a mix of high and low pile to give your floors more dimension.
The easiest way to add major personality to your space? Switch up your light fixtures. Even if your home has a more traditional or neutral feel, don't be afraid to add in a large modern design. Architectural pieces might feel edgy, but they are also super elevated.
The New Glam
Glam is taking a turn this fall with ornate floral prints mixing with bold jewel tones and metallics. Placed in a deeper moodier hue, this style feels elegant and fresh rather than gaudy.