T&S Home Features

Refresh & Redo: 8.21.19

what are the trending colors for fall, and how can you incorporate them into your home?

This fall, we will see a shift from cooler colors like gray and navy to warmer, earthier tones inspired by nature. Green continues to have a big presence in fall trends, and I don’t see it going anywhere anytime soon. It’s fresh and warm and complements many different finishes. Whether it’s brushed gold lighting or antique nickel plumbing, accents definitely pop in front of a green palette. The color also works harmoniously with natural materials. And remember, color can be introduced beyond painted walls. Don’t be afraid to experiment with your art, fabrics and accessories!

Brett Clark
Savvy Design Group


Bring some catwalk glamour into your home! Every year at New York Fashion Week, Pantone Color Institute creates an overview of the hottest colors that designers are featuring in their seasonal collections. Along with greens like Guacamole and Eden (a deep forest hue), a variety of colors and shades are on trend for fall 2019.

A Range of Reds: Red always makes an impact and is perfect for autumn. Add drama with a fiery hue, or make a statement with a deeper oxblood shade.

Bright and Bold: Vivid colors may be associated with summer, but it’s time to brighten up the colder months. Shocking pink and energetic orange accents can add fun and vibrancy to your home.

Pretty Peach: If brighter pinks and oranges are a little too ‘in your face,’ consider working peach tones into your fall decor. Soft and warm, these hues create an inviting space.

Very Vanilla: Fall is all about neutrals, but this year, try forgoing the usual camels and darker beiges. Instead, use a brighter, understated off-white as the foundation for the bolder hues of the season.

Bring on the Blue: Create a relaxing, stimulating space with blue tones. Classic navy shades are strong enough to stand on their own and also work well as a neutral background. Looking for more color? Try a deep royal blue, or select a lighter, gray-tinged option
for a more subdued look.