What’s New for Fall 2018: Our Top Trends

Fall is one of the best times of year for home décor – just look at that color palette! Take a break from the cliché classics and opt for a fresh take on fall home trends. Here are our top picks:

1.     Focus on Texture

The perfect way to maintain your minimalist style is to focus on contrasting textures while keeping a monochromatic color scheme. Rough and soft, smooth and fluffy – it’s time to get mixing and matching!

2.     Whimsical Shelves

With chilly fall days calling us to cozy up inside, it’s the perfect time of year to add a whimsical kitsch vibe to our shelves. Flea market knick knacks, brass heirlooms, and dainty miniatures all make cozy additions this fall.

3.     High Contrast

Just because oranges, reds, and browns are the seasonal colors does not mean you have to stick with earth tones. Go bold with a blue, black, or white-focused room, and add in a pop of burnt orange or oxblood to spice up your vibe.

4.     Lighten up

Mahogany is so last year. Overcast fall skies need something cheery, so look for light wood pieces that bring sun into your home. Footstools and coasters are the perfect small pieces to test run this trend on.

House Plants that can Beat the Heat!

Whether you’re looking for plants that can hold up while you’re on vacation or you need something to survive numerous open houses, it’s important to have house plants that can hold up to DC’s August temps! Here are our go-to picks:

Jade Plant


Indoor Money Tree


Indoor Palm Tree




Aloe Vera


Out with the Old, In with the New!

It's easy to get carefree with letting old trends lie dormant in our homes. Here's our guide to 3 quick fixes you can make to update your home instantly:

OUT: Cheap + simple furnishings

IN: Upcycled antique furniture


There is a time and place for IKEA furnishings and it’s called your early 20s. Instead, help your home stand out while also being green by buying old furniture and upcycling!


OUT: Densely decorated theme rooms

IN: Consistent color palette


You know how everyone’s mom has a powder bathroom that’s beach themed? Stop the cycle! Instead, pick a color palette and explore it in different shades and textures.


OUT: Exposed filament lighting

IN: Glam statement lighting


Thank goodness we’re finally seeing the end of this hipster farmhouse trend! Instead of Edison bulbs, opt for a chic lucite chandelier or a floor lamp with legs for days.