Fall is officially here! Let's dress the house.
This time of year, we are all about making our homes as cozy as possible. This season, we are focusing on layering, mixing textures and patterns, and implementing the right color palette to create warmth in the home. With temperatures dropping and the holiday season approaching, we want our homes to feel like a warm hug. Home is where the heart is, so let's show it some love. We curated some cozy fall inspired curtain designs to help make your fall decorating a little bit easier!
Layering fabrics creates a plush, inviting backdrop to make everybody feel at home. When layering curtain panels, we like to mix in a lighter, yet textured fabric such as a sheer. This will add the appearance of fullness and create some interest. Pair it with a heavier more substantial fabric to balance the look. This combination also allows you to pull together different elements of fall that you have introduced to the room. The use of this layering technique helps create a more luxurious, custom aesthetic for the entire space.
2. Fall Hues
Create a fall color palette for your home. This helps aid in making selections for your décor and fabrics for the season. By doing this, you are able to establish that cozy fall feeling throughout the entire home. Even small touches can help tie in a room to the rest of the house. By layering your curtain panels, this opens the opportunity to mix in more colors throughout the space. For fall, we love to go in a more neutral direction because we will be layering so much. It really is all about playing with hues of a couple core colors. Think beige, brown, black, grey, and white. A pop of color here and there of a burnt orange, burgundy, or sage green will play nicely with a neutral palette.
Playing with textures adds interest to a space and can help achieve optimal coziness. A heavier consistency curtain panel paired with a lighter textured panel will present beautifully. Textured fabrics are a great way to stimulate the senses, making people intrigued by your home. They will urge your visitors to immerse themselves in the space to touch and feel. Mixing textures also creates warmth, which is excellent for those seasonal months when you want your home to be as inviting as possible. Adding in a bouclé pillow or faux fur throw will help achieve this feeling.
If you want your home to feel like a custom experience, it's all about layering patterns. Plaids, stripes, tweed, etc. For fall design, we recommend heavier fabrics to assist in generating that snug environment we want to enact during the seasonal months. A stripe or plaid curtain panel matched with throw pillows in a different pattern, but similar colorway, will tie the fabrics together while giving them each their own individual identity. When playing with patterns do not be shy or worry so much about clashing. If the color palette is cohesive throughout the home, the end result will be beautiful no matter what.