A lot of pastel colors dominated this year’s living room designs, such as Pantone’s winner for “Color of the year”: Rose Quartz.
However, Fall’s here and new trends are being set. So we went looking for the best and trendiest colors you could possibly imagine for your living room decor this Fall. We’re not gonna spoil it for you, but let’s just say that there might be some surprises and, of course, an all-time classic.
Curious to see what colors the best designers are using? Keep scrolling to unravel it all!
MushroomPhoto Source: House Beautiful
The mushroom tone was one of this year’s new color introductions for the Fall season and we think it’s just the right color for a classic and luxurious living room.
Mocha Photo Source: House Beautiful
The combination of whites, dark browns, and wood finishes makes up the perfect mocha color palette, putting together a super cozy environment for your living room this Fall.
Legion BluePhoto Source: Elle Decor
And because not all Fall colors need to be dark and warm, Elle Decor proposed this living room decor designed by Celerie Kemble. The designer brings out the best of a blue color palette, showing us Fall can still be colorful and fun.
Noir and RedPhoto Source: Elle Decor
In this super modern tree-house in Guadalajara, it’s the small pops of red that really make this living room design work. It looks beautiful and warm at the same time, completely ready for the new season.
Yellow tonesPhoto Source: Elle Decor
In his own home, decorator Todd Alexander Romano took some inspiration in the Fall season and spread some yellow hints of color throughout his living room, reminding us of the beautiful tree leaves that are now turning orange and yellow.
WhitePhoto Source: House Beautiful
And obviously, as couldn’t be missed, we have the classic white monochromatic color scheme. We chose this beautiful design for the Fall, because, just like Ellen O’Neill said, “The color white is transcendent, powerful and polarizing – it is either taken for granted or obsessed over. White is not just a design trend, it is a design essential“. And we couldn’t agree more.
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