7 Fall Decor Trends Pinterest Says You're Going to See Everywhere
Pinterest isn't just a treasure trove of inspiration — it's also a search engine. So when we wanted to know what home trends people were curious about for Fall, we turned to the visual bookmarking site to find out what its mass of style-savvy users were looking for. The results did not disappoint; cozy colors, innovative decor, and fresh fabrics abound. Keep reading to check out the trends you can expect to see everywhere this season.
Shibori and indigo-dyed mud cloth have been on the rise in recent years, but this season, there has been a massive spike (it's up 550 percent!) in interest for neutral mud cloth designs, such as artisanal throws (originally $349, sale $279), perfect for Fall. If you're on a budget, you can easily DIY your own mudcloth pillows.
Blush might seem more oriented for Spring weather, but this soft hue is proving itself the It color of Fall with interest up 618 percent. Look for it in stylish homes, as a wall color, plush lounger ($1,099), or accent throw, mixed with cozy copper. On the cooler side of the color spectrum, teal and blue are the surprise hits of the season.
Forget dark and heavy; people are instead opting for sleek and simple glass lanterns for Autumn. Pinterest reports pillar lantern interest is up 39 percent year over year.
Earthy yet inviting, macrame is seemingly designed for Autumn decorating. With a plethora of decor options now available for purchase, such as table runners ($28, originally $40) and woven chairs, it's not surprising that interest in the boho trend is up 62 percent over last year.
Red, orange, and yellow color schemes are so last autumn (and every autumn before that). This year, however, homeowners want to spice up their homes with creative greenery for Fall. Think faux pumpkins ($25-$45), moss, succulents, olive branches, and more.