Fall colors are perfect for home decor because they can be incorporated in so many ways and look great even as fall turns into winter and beyond. From warm colors to bright jewel tones, you’d be surprised at how many colors work for fall. With a little help from Pantone, a leader in color technology, here are our five favorite colors for fall:
1. Aurora Red
We’ll start with a classic fall color like this deep, warm red. If you’re like most people, you probably have a neutral sitting area or living room, which means it’s easy to accessorize according to the season. Pick up a couple of throw pillows or even a new blanket in this gorgeous shade of red to help bring autumn indoors.
2. Cypress Autumn Inspired
Green isn’t for just for spring! A subtle, toned-down shade of green is perfect for fall—it goes beautifully with all of the warm reds, oranges and yellows. Bring this gorgeous green inside with a few succulent plants, a new lampshade or some new placemats for the dining room.
Berry, berry pretty! Pantone’s Sangria is a beautiful mixed berry hue with a hint of pink and a bit of red. This bold, bright color can stand alone, so let it take the spotlight with some neutral accents like cream and jute. If you’re feeling bold, go for a some Sangria bedding and throw some mustard yellow pillows on there. When you’re all done, celebrate your new favorite fall color with the drink of the same name. Cheers!
4. Misted Yellow Autumn Inspired
This muted yellow doesn’t live in the ’70s anymore. Its warmth and complementary nature is a gorgeous fall option for florals, and it looks great on a Thanksgiving tablescape. If you want to incorporate this perfect autumn color into your home for years to come, look for candles and ceramics. Misted Yellow really is more timeless than you think.
Cognac is a warm, rich neutral that goes with everything. In addition to being a required part of your fall wardrobe, Cognac is fast becoming one of this year’s most popular wedding colors. Use it at home throughout the season, or give it a whirl at Christmas. Go for Christmas tree trimmings in Cognac, natural burlap, shiny ivory ribbon and sparkling champagne. Paired with other neutrals and little shine, Cognac might just be your perfect color.