These Are Fall’s Biggest Trends, According to Pinterest

Apparently, velvet, blush, and macrame are all the rage.
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It’s no secret that we get our fair share of inspiration from Pinterest, so when the social site unveiled its home decor trends for fall, we were thrilled to further indulge our obsession of endless hours of scrolling and pinning. According to the report, decorating with velvet, blush, and macrame accents were among the most-searched terms, leading the trends for the season. Read on to see how we’re bringing these fresh themes home. 


We still can’t get over the effortless elegance of a blush sofa—couple it will a velvet finish and you have a serious show-stopper. In this modern living room, a

monochromatic palette

sets an ideal backdrop, allowing the sofa to stand in as a subtle color accent, without overpowering the surrounding decorative elements of the room.

LA-based pregnancy and wellness center LOOM, definitely tops our list as one of the more stunning spaces we’ve seen in a while. Completely whitewashed, the center is comprised of a palette of muted hues, mango wood accents, and an abundance of light, resulting in an understated aesthetic that’s effortlessly chic. The subtle hints of blush spotted throughout help downplay the intensity of both the striking whitewash and the darker tones found within the stools and table legs.

Rattan made a comeback this year,  and artist Carly Jo Morgan‘s blush interpretation of the trend leaves little else to be desired. It’s, at the least, a refreshing take on the classic style—especially when paired with cozy textures and graphic decorative details. Here, an eclectic mix of patterns inspire a worldly detail to the decor, while a muted color palette provides a dynamic accent against the rustic walls.


It’s the quintessential material of the season—seriously, fall and velvet were made for one another. More often than not, it’ll come in the form of a striking sofa or chair of a vibrant palette, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. In this Australian living room, a bold blue rules, stealing the spotlight from the neutral backdrop.

Velvet and brass were made for one another. Don’t believe us? This luxe bedroom is all the proof you need. Come fall, incorporating warm and cozy textures within our spaces becomes key, and velvet is the textile we’ve got our eyes on. The surprisingly versatile material can be paired with a variety of decorative elements—wood, various metals, sheepskin, you name it—earmarking it as a staple for the colder months.

Melbourne-based home decor shop, Pop & Scott, is known for furnishings that manage to pack in major style through a streamlined aesthetic. Their line of sofas come decked in the richest hues, emulating vibrant jewel tones further accentuated by lush velvet textiles. Here, the juxtaposition of materials contribute to the elegant-meets-modern finish of the piece, that’ll seamlessly fit within a wide range of decorative aesthetics. 


Leave it to designer Leanne Ford to put such an effortlessly chic spin on a classic macrame weaving. The impressive piece pictured inspires a refreshing detail amidst the monochromatic finish of her entry where the absence of color is more than made up for by the intricate textures involved.

Kimball Colorblock Macrame Sling Chair, Urban Outfitters, $329.00

Who knew macrame could be so chic? Seriously, we challenge you to find a more style-focused seat. From its fall-friendly color palette to the streamlined make of the piece, this sling chair can fit in with just about any decor scheme. 

Discover more fall trends that inspire: 6 Ways We’re Decorating With Fall’s Trending Colors Zara Home Is Predicting the Biggest Fall Bedroom Decor Trends These Five Paint Colors Are Leading the Trends for Fall

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Anna has a penchant for travel, fresh flowers, and books. You can usually find her on some sort of culinary adventure, seeking the best burgers or waffles in the city.