Elegant Living Room Design Ideas for Fall Winter – The best home decor ideas for this fall/winter. There’s no better time to refresh your interior than fall winter. Whether you choose to layer accessories or experiment with rich hues that reflect the season, this collection of some of our favorite fall winter inspired living rooms is packed with ideas!
GO FOR BURNT ORANGE WALLS
A collection of art stands out against burnt orange walls in Antonello Radi’s 16th-century Umbrian home. Antique mirrors, along with orange velvet chairs, lend a vintage flair to the space, which is complete with a 19th-century mantel.
While brick walls tend to feel cold, layers of rugs, throws and pillows, along with warm woods, make this living room design by Homepolish’s Becky Shea feel cozy.
EMBRACE WOOD PANELING
An 18th-century farm estate in the Hudson Valley features a library with antique Tennessee pine panels. To complement the wood paneled walls, a George Smith chair is draped in a C&C Milano linen and textiles from Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and Italy, and an antique Italian bench is covered in a 16th-century tapestry fragment. The bookcase light is by Ann-Morris, and the 1929 pastel portrait is French.
TRY OVERSIZED FURNITURE IN DEEP TONES
For a family room in a Tribeca loft, a large, custom sectional is covered in deep grey Great Plains and Donghia fabrics, which add warmth to the space. The cocktail table by Daniel Scuderi and the chandelier by Trans-Luxe are both custom, the Ecart International sconces are from Ralph Pucci, the curtains are of a Stark fabric, and the carpet is by Tai Ping; the walls are in a Dualoy leather, the ceiling is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Bison Brown, and the artwork is by Zipora Fried.
A ranch house in Upstate New York designed by
Ernest de la Torre features a mix of neutral tones for a cozy vibe. The family room’s Jean-Michel Frank sofa is by Ecart Paris, the wooden chair carved in the style of Pedro Friedeberg came from a Paris flea market and the cocktail table by Etienne Allemeersch is from Art-Design-Carta. The walls are sheathed in inlaid straw marquetry from Paris and the alpaca rug is by Sacco Carpet.
ADD A POP OF BURNT ORANGE AGAINST DARK WOOD
Architects Lance and Nicola Herbst ingeniously tucked their spacious weekend retreat amid a lush grove of exotic trees. In the living area of the house, designed in its entirety by the couple, the burnt orange sofa is a custom design, and the fireplace by Masport Heating is set in a custom-made steel cabinet. The pendant light is by Secto Design and the walls are sheathed in black-stained western red cedar.
USE THE FIREPLACE TO AESTHETICALLY WARM THE ROOM
Out in the English countryside, this 17th-century estate provides a cozy getaway year-round, but it is particularly welcoming in the fall. The stair hall features a hand-carved mantel above the glowing fireplace, and the armchairs are 19th-century Italian.
DON’T SHY AWAY FROM DARK BROWN LEATHER
Hollywood honcho Brett Ratner created a cozy sitting area off his living room of his Beverly Hills house, using handsome leather club chairs and minimal pops of color.
DECORATE WITH BRIGHT, PERSONALIZED BLANKETS
In the game room of Mary Lynn and Rusty Turner’s Ketchum, Idaho residence, dark walls add warmth to the game room. Custom-made steel bookcases line the walls while the wood-and-iron chandelier and oak dining table are by Lucca Studio.
TRY BLACK WALLS AND BROWN LEATHER FOR AN UNSUSPECTING MATCH
A 1970s leather sofa and matching chairs punctuate 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno’s moody sitting room in his Tuxedo Park house. The marble top of the cocktail table came from a Belgium chocolate factor and the camel sculptures were bought on 1stdibs. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dragon’s Breath.
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Source: Elle Decor