As much fun as it is to look forward to fall clothing trends, it’s almost more exciting to anticipate what newness will pop up in fall decorating trends. While it’s not always possible to refresh every piece in your home (though a person can dream), there are always a few fun new prints, shapes, and textures that will revamp and cozy up your space as temperatures start to drop.
Since it’s not always as easy to spot a home décor trend as it is for fashion, TZR turned to Tali Roth, a Homepolish interior designer with a clean, contemporary aesthetic, to find out what she thinks should be on your radar for fall 2018. And luckily, she has some seriously simple and easy-to-use tips to help you find the pieces worth spending on this season. "In general with décor, I think that we’re definitely attracted to different colors and different textures for different times of the year," says Roth.
From items with a great touch and feel to unique organic shapes, keep scrolling to see what Roth predicts will be big this season, and shop our under-$100 picks from CB2 to incorporate these trends into your home for fall.
Roth tells TZR she's been seeing a rising trend in artisan goods this year, specifically with ceramics — which, she says, is a very easy and inexpensive thing to incorporate into your space for fall. Choose small pieces like a textured ceramic dish set or planter in a warm color to get in on this trend without spending big.
Though it's often associated with summer, rattan is a huge trend that Roth says isn't going away any time soon. To ensure it doesn't look out of place in your home for fall, Roth explains that it can be "timeless if you do it the right way." She recommends choosing small rattan items like a chair or basket, so that you can easily refresh your décor by moving those pieces around when the seasons change.
Rigid minimalist shapes that have been so popular in the past may be on their way out. "Any organic shapes are very big right now," says Roth, who explains that her favorite way to incorporate this trend into a space is by finding unique, one-of-a-kind pieces with unusual curves and lines.