Fall home decor trends: Comforting hues, flexible design

In recent years, brown anything in a living space was considered by some arbiters of decor as drab and outdated. But this fall the hue is back in favor, in part because of the unsettled, anxious state of the world.

“Brown traditionally makes people feel comfortable and safe, and those are feelings that many of us are looking to our homes to provide,” says interior designer Dawn Hamilton of Oakland Park, Florida.

It’s just one of the trends in decor this season, when the pandemic has made home an even more essential space for living, working, studying and more. Also on the watch list: flexible rooms, indoor and out.

COZY PALETTE

Hamilton says today’s brown palette is being used in new ways, as a neutral in all kinds of materials, and as an accent color.

“Brown feels very earthy and rich. It’s warm and inviting, and has the same grounding

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Interior design trends to try

In search of fresh decor ideas? Bring on bold colors, beautiful patterns and luxe textures with the latest trends in furniture, fabric and more. Whether you’re thinking about a minor refresh or a total renovation, you’ll find inspiration for your interior design update.

1. Velvet

Velvet adds a cozy, high-end look to upholstered furniture and home accents, and it’s not going away anytime soon. If you’re worried that velvet is too formal or impractical to clean, don’t fret! Today’s velvet offerings have a high-quality look with modern performance qualities.

Elevate your space with a statement sofa upholstered in jewel-tone velvet, or try trendy throw pillows to quickly add an elegant touch.

2. Caned furniture

Caning is having a moment (again). This decorative technique has been around for centuries, with various surges in popularity throughout history. As with many trends, the timeless weave has circled back around with an updated look

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Elevate Your Interior Spaces With Design Tips From Sustainable Decor Brand, Pom Pom at Home

Cozy nights at home have taken on new meaning with the pandemic. Now that summer is coming to an end and life indoors will become the norm, what better time to invest in décor that will elevate your space and have you loving it even more? 

Enter Pom Pom at Home, a super chic, family-owned, sustainable home décor brand known for their ‘lived-in elegance’ aesthetic. 

“When we started, a textile brand with this ‘lived-in’ elegant look wasn’t readily available, so I had to create it myself.  Most other textile companies at the time were very formal,” CEO and Creative Director, Hilde Leiaghat tells me. “Whereas, we curate the designs for our brand with a sense of calm and comfort in mind. Everything has to FEEL good. The touch and hand feel are truly what sell our products.”

Pom Pom at

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