New York, London, Paris, Milan … your home. Incorporate some of the most beloved runway trends this season into your home decor with ease. Read on to see our top 8 catwalk trends for fall 2019 and how to translate them into a comfy, cozy space brimming with style.
Plaid & Houndstooth
A major fall trend: It’s all about ’70s inspired-menswear! We love a good checkered blazer in the closet, so try a plaid sofa or plaid accent chair in the living room. You can also go smaller with checked pillows and a houndstooth throw. Bonus: Plaid, gingham, and houndstooth all look super on-point mixed in with other patterns. Check, please!
Big is in! In fashion trends, it’s oversized jackets and chunky knits; at home, it’s oversized blankets and throws, large sectional sofas, clocks, mirrors, large-scale wall art, and more. The larger the piece, the bigger the impact.
Brown, Rust, Blush & Ochre
A true fall look wouldn’t be complete without the perfect color palette. This season, it’s all about rich neutrals with an unexpected pop of blush. We tend to think of autumnal dark colors but by softening with blush and white in the mix, this becomes a year-round look you’ll love. The shade of ochre is a deep brownish-yellow that can pull gold sometimes. Try these trends in wall art, an area rug, decorative pillows, and more.
The look of DIY (whether you did or didn’t — we won’t tell) has been trending for a while now, and we’re pleased to say it’s continuing on into the fall and winter. On the runways, we see textured knits, crochet, and Americana patchwork designs. Get the trend at home with woven wall hangings, textured pillows, crocheted throws and rugs give a touch of depth to your space.
Think perennial patterns are only trending for spring? Not so! Keep floral patterns year-round with printed accent chairs, pillows, wallpaper, and wall art combined with deep jewel tones perfect for fall. It’s just like wearing that floral summer dress you love with a leather jacket to keep it in season.
Minimalist Materials & Designs
Translate the minimalist fashion trend — neutral palette with sleek, streamlined designs with a less-is-more approach — into your home design with simplistic materials that are equal parts utilitarian and chic. The effortless look of a concrete-top dining table makes a major style statement, as does live-edge wood, and linear pendant lights.
Trust your animal instincts: zebra, cheetah, tiger, and leopard prints are hot this season. These prints give your wardrobe and home instant glamour, no matter which style you pair them with. A zebra-print rug can give a rustic or farmhouse entryway a sophisticated, unexpected edge. Animal prints are so neutral they go with just about anything!
You can get as creative as you want with fashion trends. Take a cue from runway trends this season and discover even more ways to incorporate them into your home decor.