Get ready the new season starting 9/23! If you're planning on freshening up any rooms, look here first! If you need help understanding design basics, read our past post.
In order to decorate for the fall, you'll first need to know which colors to use. Above is a great starter palette for fall colors. Just think of natural colors - dying leaves of orange/brown/yellow shades is a good place to start. If you don't know how to make a color palette, check out this post
Here we have a strong brown and yellow mix with some distressed blue back-splash and counter-top tiles to offset the yellow tones. The coffered ceiling adds quality depth to the space.
Using a canary yellow in a utility space like a kitchen adds warmth, giving the space a new and exciting feel without being overwhelming.
In other living spaces like a living room or office, yellow is best used in moderate doses. The chairs and curtains accent the rest of the room with style.
This time in a bedroom, the small amounts of blue and yellow really stand out from the rest of the room, instantly drawing your gaze upon them.
Painting the island cabinetry cobalt blue and distressing the paint really adds character and pops in the kitchen, without being over-the-top.