Summer has officially wrapped up, and the cooler weather has arrived! Naturally, these lower temperatures lead to daydreams of cozy interiors, and we can’t wait to see what the fall season brings! From rich, red hues to classic, burled wood, our design team can’t get enough of these comforting interior design elements.
Read on to see what pieces we love most this month!
“For years now I have followed the design of Shine by S.H.O for well-crafted and unique pieces. This year I can’t wait to see all of the new intros from SHO Modern. Seeing their ad with that amazing, geometric console I cannot wait to see what they come to High Point Market with in October!” – Ohorona24.in.uamansky, President and Creative Director
“It’s my favorite time of the year (my birthday was this month, so I’m a bit biased) and nothing says autumn like the color Oxblood! Bold and rich in tone, this color sings when paired with rose gold or deep gray. Whether it’s on suede, leather or a lacquered finish, this classic color is timeless!” – Letecia Ellis Haywood, Principal Design
Umut Yamac’s Moooi Perch Lighting Collection
“I love incorporating a good aviary detail when I can, so when I stumbled across this upcoming Perch lighting series, I knew it would be my next obsession. The streamlined, origami styling prevents the fixtures from being strictly kid-focused and allows for a touch of whimsy in even the most contemporary interior.” – Blair Foster, Associate Designer
“This particular surface had a huge presence at High Point Market in the spring, and I am seeing both vintage and new pieces with it every day! This natural material is both elegant and elusive. It makes a great statement as a small piece like an accent tray, but it won’t overwhelm you on a large dining or console table either.” –Lexi Fink, Design Assistant
Porter Teleo’s Fair Jardinier and Refracted Patterned Fabrics
“I’ve always loved Porter Teleo’s hand-painted wallcoverings and am currently obsessing over their Fair Jardinier and Refracted patterns. Porter Teleo’s fabrics and papers combine fine art and high design in bold patterns. I love the juxtaposition of using these bold, contemporary fabrics in a classic setting.” – Shannon Smith, Interiorer
These are all fab pieces, and that’s what I love about interior design – from whimsical to traditional, there are always new collections and styles to play with each season! For more interior design inspiration, head over to my Pinterest and Instagram.