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It’s officially the first week of September, which means it’s time to kiss the summer goodbye and say hello to orange leaves, pumpkin patches, Halloween, and Pumpkin Spice Latte season. Since the weather is slowly transitioning from summer to fall, this September, you’ll also want to transition your space to fit the autumn season. Here are some of the latest interior design trends for Fall 2022.
Although we don’t have a time machine, bringing back the 70’s can easily be accomplished by incorporating colours and pieces from that time. Easily create that 70’s look by adding pieces in hunter green, mustard yellow, terracotta red, and earthy browns to your home.
To capture that 70’s essence, accessories made from natural materials including rattan, cork, ceramic, and macrame will almost make you feel as if you traveled back in time. This style of décor is perfect for fall because of the incorporation of warm tones and natural elements.
Our 70’s inspired picks:
Rounded furniture and décor have been a trend all of 2022 and it looks like this trend is here to stay. This fall, incorporate furniture pieces and décor with curved or rounded edges to your home. Adding unique shapes to your home instead of rectangular pieces will create playful vibes to a room and also refresh it’s look during this transitional period.
Our favourite Curves trend picks:
Create a luxurious vintage look to your home this fall by adding velvet pieces to your home. Whether you have a velvet sofa, cushion, or blanket, the lush texture of velvet is inviting and comforting. Incorporating velvet in your home décor will ensure that your space feels warmer as the seasons get cooler.
Our essential velvet pieces:
Say goodbye to the summer sun and welcome the fall with open arms! With Executive Furniture Rental, we can help you transform your space into a cozy escape during the autumn and winter months! Contact us or give us a call at 416 785 0932 for your furniture rental needs!
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