Fall is just right around the corner which means homeowners are slowly transitioning their interiors to reflect the season. If you’re a fan of interior decor, you’re probably already thinking of ways to meticulously decorate each room in your home. Let’s start with your bedroom. Here are some fall interior design trends to incorporate this year.
- Quiet design
The quiet design will be making a lot of noise this fall season. It’s the modern man’s answer to this age’s busy and hectic life. There is no place in the home that needs this more than the bedroom. To apply it, you need to have minimal furniture, natural materials, and plenty of space to breathe. Get rid of anything that doesn’t serve a purpose in your bedroom and only keep functional items in.
- Dusty green
Dusty green is one of the trending colours for this fall season. Consider incorporating this shade into your bedroom whether it’s for your wall or the bedsheets. Not only is dusty green perfect for the fall season, but it’s also a muted colour that works well in any space. You don’t have to worry about it clashing with your other existing decor. Other colour shades to consider include olive and pistachio. If you’re going to undertake a repainting project, make sure to test it out at the hardware store first so you end up with the right shade.
- Muted colour contrasts
If you wish to add another colour into the mix, opt for a contrast in a lowered tone. This is in line with the quiet design we discussed in the previous point. For example, with a fall colour like orange, you’ll want to contrast it with a softer darker hue of blue as opposed to bright blue. This helps maintain the relaxing ambience in your bedroom while still keeping that visual interest.
- Sustainable materials
Living a low-impact lifestyle has become increasingly important. Because of this, you will notice that most home decor products sold during the fall season will incorporate some form of sustainability to them. For example, if you want to maximize your comfort with a weighted blanket, you’ll find that not only is the product designed for sleep, it’s also made with safe non-toxic materials that don’t harm your health. Or if you’re looking for fall-scented candles, there will be plenty of less toxic options that are made of natural ingredients like soy or beeswax.
- Natural materials
Leaves may die in the fall but that doesn’t have to be the case inside your home. Another interior design trend to bring into your bedroom this fall is the use of natural materials whether it’s with house plants, rattan baskets, or a linen rug. Not only do natural elements look aesthetically pleasing, but they’re also a great opportunity to connect with nature indoors. It’s a bonus that they help you relax and fall asleep too!
- Textile art
In line with using natural materials, textile art can be the perfect statement piece to add to your bedroom. It’s not as loud as the usual prints and posters but it still allows you to express that uniqueness that makes your bedroom truly yours. Consider getting a handmade piece of textile art. There are plenty to choose from on Etsy as well as the secondhand market.
Fall 2020 home decor has been all about texture and layering. It’s easy to accomplish as all you really need to do is play with various types of textiles. However, the bedroom is an entirely different story. The perfect material to use here is velvet. Consider reupholstering your seating with this fabric but if that’s too much work, a simple switch from cotton to velvet pillow covers will also do.
- Simple Yet Elegant
In fall, normally we see homeowners looking for an elegant, almost hotel experience in their homes. However, with everything going on in 2020, experts believe that this year’s trend will be a more simplistic, imperfect approach. That means keeping things simple, decluttered, with a focus on texture and variance earth tones and natural colours.
At the end of the day, there are affordable ways that you can turn your bedroom into a place of leisure. Through seamlessly combining different colours, and ambiences, to imbuing the room with idealistic furniture. If you follow these tips, we are sure you will find a design for your bedroom that you fall in love with.
What are you most excited about this fall season? Share your thoughts in the comments below.