by Kim Moreau
Nothing says fall more than tartan, but this room balances the pattern without going
mad for plaid.
A collection of well-traveled accents inspire inquiries about a summer spent abroad picking up rough-hewn wood furniture and dusty paintings. Combine all those souvenirs with chocolate-hued wall treatments and the space feels even cozier.
Excuse us for saying, but this space makes other fall rooms seem basic. Green doesn’t feel so springy when mixed with the moody tones of malachite and paired with high glamour black curtains.
Fall doesn’t have to bring in the beige. A lavender with depths of grey looks as autumnal as any of the cornucopia colors when grounded with black-and-white buffalo plaid.
Parisian bistro chairs and burlap in a rough wood barn say, “Sit down and feast on butternut squash risotto while wearing chunky knit sweaters and enjoying all fall has to offer.” Basically.
Pierced wood shutters call to mind windy days out in Colorado. The stately black bed proves napping with the windows open is your
By swapping pumpkin for coral for and tans for chalky white hues, this room feels fall-friendly and fresh.
Nubby pillows and loads of texture layer on light, and washed wood walls feel snug. Modern lines save a cowhide chair from feeling too cowboy.
Orange you in love with the combo of clementine and taupe in this kids room? Paired with a patterned jute rug this is the perfect spot to sprawl out after a long day at school.
Far more comfortable and chic than a dingy old desk, these plaid tulip chairs are perfect for acing your homework.
Going stag seems is a good thing when antlers are breaking up an otherwise austere space. Add on sumptuous velvet accents and heavy linens and the result is less lodge-vibe, more luxury.
Fall is all about rich hues, and nothing is more plush than deep browns and black and white. The collection feels grounded thanks to a mix of matching brown mattes, but keeps its sense of humor while two white glass birds who have not yet flown south for the winter.
Don’t let your entryway have all the fun. This outdoor urn looks equally as stately when placed inside and overflowing with a variable cornucopia of autumnal berries and foliage.
This vintage clawfoot tub is the perfect place to take a warm bath after a brisk day. Bonus points: you can dry your feet on this well-worn rug.
Even without a fire roaring, there’s nothing more inviting than this well accessorized, marbled mantle.
The palette of rich reds and burgundys in this Persian rug provide the jumping off point for bold orange grasscloth wallpaper, a quirky vintage drum table, and pillows and upholstery in hues of navy blue.