Décor Trends for Fall 2017

As the weather shifts from summer to fall, it’s fun to reflect the change of season in few changes to your home. Think about your preferences—natural textures, arty statement pieces, or the new romantic jewel tones? Of course, it’s always important to choose what you love, regardless of what might be in fashion. We scoured interiors stores, design forecasts, and Pinterest for the trends that catch our eye, the timeless classics that are worth the investment, and the best way to combine them with the latest pieces from young and talented designers, to give your home a stunning finish this fall.



Swarovski Interior Trends - All Natural

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Lounge chair 366 by Jozef Chierowski via Monoqi; stringshelf (from the likes of Scandium); Beniourain Mounira rug by Berberlin; round mirror by H&M HomeBaupendant lamp by Normann Copenhagen; Dunbar Tambour door chest (mid-century, from 1stdibs); Aditi table in Travertin from Johanenlies; SCE Bear Cubs, special annual edition by SwarovskiAllegory desk by GamFratesi from Thonet; Cestita Table Lamp by Miguel Milá from SantacoleVintage RattanHoop Chair from ChairishDay Bed Four from Another CountryAllure tea lights from Swarovski; floor lamp from the Ypperlig series by Hay x IKEA.

The rise of Scandinavian minimalism in previous years, with stark black-and-white color combos, has changed to softer, warmer hues. Think mid-century and bohemian-inspired decor, such as wooden string shelves and wicker chairs, hand-woven Berber rugs and leather-framed mirrors, a wide range of browns, beiges and creams. They offer a rural, but still cool, atmosphere, and fit perfectly with matte black on the walls in the kitchen or bathroom, or the plain white subway tiles that are so hip right now. For those looking at flat screens all day long, natural textures(think wood and woven textiles) offer a welcome relief. Don’t be afraid of mixing different types of timber—oak, birch and nutwood, for example—but try to stick to wood that’s as untreated as possible, rather than high-polished surfaces. If you’re short of space, get rid of your heavy sofa and consider a light day bed, which is making a huge comeback. Try travertine or any other natural stone instead of marble, which has become a bit tired now.



Swarovski Interior Trends - Arty and Playful

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 kettle 9093The Armchair rug from Cold PicnicHexahedra lamp by GormShuffle Table by &TraditionPanton Mobile from House DoctorVitra Ball Wall Clockby George Nelson; Marmoreal terrazzo side table by dzekSmileys Quilt by Bernhard Wilhelm for HayTahiti table lamp by Ettore Sottsass from Made In DesignMasters chair from KartellMinera tea light holder by SwarovskiRooster Pascale Bag Charm by SwarovskiModu-licious collection by Blu Dot.

Fashion goes hand in hand with interiors for this super new trend. Industrial pieces with an 80s appeal are coming back, and with the revival of designers and architects such as Ettore SottsassMemphis design is very much in vogue these days. Inspired by Art DecoBauhaus and Pop Art, a wide range of playful and experimental ideas from the second half of the 20th century is flooding interior design. Think of abstract paintings and carpets, bold furniture from Vitra or Kartell, and cheerful kitchen accessories such as Alessi. These newly rediscovered patternsand geometrical forms create a home that feels structured and curated, with a sense of order, while asymmetrical shapes, color clashes, and cheerful motifs promote a sense of happiness. Invest in originals or artisanal pieces instead of opting for DIY—this trend is all about perfection.



Swarovski Interior Trends - Decadent Romance

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 rug by Jan KathSputnik mid-century chandelier by Gino Sarfattis from DecasoBallroom XL Lamp by Monoqi in pink; Red Velvet Throw Pillowwith Swarovski crystals by Laris; velvet cushion cover in dark green by H&M homeCircus Pouf in rust or blush velour by Normann Copenhagen; emerald pouf by April First; purple Dot pillow by Bloomingville via Westwing; Greta Grossman‘s Gräshöppa lamp (from the likes of Ikarus); gold-colored mirror by H&M HomeVariazioni plate No 82 by FornasettiAytm Globe Vase from Dopo DomaniSwarovski crystal-embellished Diana Gold soup tureen by Prouna; A SOFA in petrol velvet by Formel A BerlinArt Nouveau vase with Swarovski crystals by Prouna; Brass Pencil Holder from Ferm LivingClassicon Bell Side Table by Sebastian Herkner from Dopo DomaniLuxe Round Bamboo Drinks Trolley by Oliver Bonas

Say goodbye to pastels and all-white interiors—opulent jewel tones such as emerald green, amethyst, navy blue and rosy hues from pink to purple and burgundy will put fashion and passion into your home décor. What could be more soothing than velvet? The fabric feels luxurious and welcoming for fall and winter, and it goes with the new color range perfectly. With the rise of interior designers such as Paris-based India Madhavi, the combination of velvet and metal has become increasingly popular. Go for gold (for example, the iconic Sputnik chandelier) or classic aged brass instead of copper, which seems to have run its course. Celebrate a new dining culture with the return of craftmanshipglass blowingartisanal porcelain (such as by Fornasetti) and eye-catching drinks trolleys.