While we hate to see the summer come to an end, there are lots of things to look forward to in the interior design world this fall. It’s the perfect time to discover a new love with the season’s hottest shades and emerging trends. From colour blocked walls and geometrics to the latest shade of pink, there’s plenty to fall for.
The shape of things to come
On backsplashes, floors and more, it’s no longer hip to be square. Switch things up with geometric shapes in a range of sizes and colours that will complement your Caesarstone surfaces and add new dimension to both traditional and modern spaces. Whether working with plain white tiles or creating a colourful mosaic, geometric patterns create a stunning contrast with the natural beauty of quartz countertops. So get in shape and stay on-trend.
A touch of velvet
Find comfort this fall with the soothing texture of velvet. Super soft and luxurious, this welcome trend adds visual appeal to a room, especially when paired with rough, natural textures like reclaimed wood, woven accents and earthy Caesarstone colours such as Moorland Fog. Similarly striking when combined with smooth metals and ceramics, this sumptuous fabric and its dense pile make colours more vibrant and add a tactile coziness to any space. Go big with a velvet couch or upholstered chair, or more subtle with a velvet throw and cushions as accents.
Fall colours aren’t what you think. Continuing the trend of nature-inspired hues, this season’s statement shade is a rich, emerald green. Complemented by natural wood, leather and Caesarstone colours like Turbine Grey, along with tasteful accents in brass and cream, this decadent green tone creates a space that’s calming, cozy and covetable. Go dramatic with a dark emerald or a few shades lighter for a more serene look.
A deeper shade of pink
Say goodbye to millennial pink and hello to the next shade in decor. Not your grandma’s dusty rose, blush is back in a big way, complementing Caesarstone colours like Moorland Fog and adding a contemporary rosy hue on accent pieces like painted planters, velvet pillows and vintage glassware. More than simply a pleasant pigment, this shade of pink has even been shown to enhance your mood.
If you’re having trouble choosing a single colour for a room, why not invite a few more in? The colour blocking trend is heating up this fall, providing a dynamic remedy to the winter blues. Pick contrasting tones for extra impact and pair with accessories in single colours, balanced by neutral tones so as not to overpower the space.
The best in the west
You’ll find even more inspiration at the Interior Design Show in Vancouver, September 28th to October 1st. As the industry’s brightest talents head west, Caesarstone is thrilled to be collaborating once again with Spanish designer and artist Jamie Hayon. Inspired by fauna and folklore, Stone Age Folk merges the natural and mythical, showcasing Caesarstone as an essential element in Hayon’s whimsical universe and setting joy in stone. Blending fantasy with functionality, his captivating installation and talk is an IDS must-see.
Discover a new favourite colour to complement the season’s trendiest tones. See the Caesarstone 2017 collection and more inspiration here.
The flavours of fall
Find tasteful inspiration in the kitchen. In partnership with Food52, see the five statement pieces that will make your kitchen design shine this fall and beyond.