Fall is nearly here! Update your decor with earth tones, which are indicative of the season. Drawing from natural elements around us—brown soil, green leaves, cloudy skies, the red sun—this color palette creates a warm and natural atmosphere.
Hill Brown, the newest division of Clarence House, boasts an array of autumnal hues. The multitude of patterns (some reversible!) from the division are broken into color families, making the decorating process simple. Check out our site for color coordinated suggestions for each pattern. We like the combination of Shalimar Damask & Patola.
Using a spectrum of fall foliage earth tones such as Koi Orange and Ochre evokes a pleasant atmosphere, especially for a bedroom. As temperatures drop, these spice-hued wallpapers and rich chenille or velvet fabrics from Stroheim will keep you feeling warm and cozy all season long. We like Hobart & Hampton Texture.
Winfield Thybony's rusty sienna and golden-toned wallpapers are perfect for adding warmth to a space. For a foyer that opens directly to a study or living room, as this room does, try using papers of similar hue, but with a different scale or slightly different pattern. Here, we see Dimitri Damask in the study & Dimitri Stripe in the foyer.
HGTV host and designer Candice Olson pulls from the other end of the earth tone color palette in this home with an open floor plan. Coordinating mossy green and grey stripes, solids and geometric prints are accented by a hint of clay red, creating a traditional and comfortable living area. Take a note from Candice with patterns like KF Bas and Tanjung.