Today Home and Decoration presents you furniture pieces inspired by Fall colors.
The desire for tranquility, strength, and optimism have inspired this Fall’s color palette for 2016, from Pantone, that is led by the Blue family.
Along with anchoring earth tones, exuberant pops of vibrant colors also appear throughout the collections. Transcending gender, these unexpectedly vivacious colors in our Fall 2016 palette act as playful but structured departures from your more typical fall shades.
Blue skies represent constancy as they are always above us. Grays give a feeling of stability, Red tones invite confidence and warmth, while the hot Pinkish Purples and Spicy Mustard Yellows suggest a touch of the exotic.
Here are some pieces inspired by Pantone’s color.
A pop of red is a perennial hit, season after season. For fall, it’s all about Aurora Red, and the Nessa Sofa by Koket is a great example of this vibrant color.
Warm Taupe emerges as the stand-out neutral for fall ’16. You’ll spot it in this amazing Pixel Anodized Cabinet by Boca do Lobo, paired with rich browns and other creamy shades.
Lush Meadow recalls the great outdoors — specifically, the rich foliage that gets lost so quickly once the temperatures start to dip. The Marie Antoinette mirror by Boca do Lobo can remind us of warmer times.
It may be the year of Rose Quartz, but Dusty Cedar makes the case for a more muted pink for fall ’16. Spot it among the colorful Audrey armchair by Koket.
In line with the search for calm that symbolically rules this season’s palette, the name of this shade — Potter’s Clay — channels the laborious process of creating something by hand. The hue belongs to a more traditional fall color scheme, mingling brilliantly with other shades of brown and orange, like the D. Manuel Cabinet.
Pantone thinks that Bodacious , a deeper alternative to Radiant Orchid, is a testament to the increasingly gender-neutral color palettes we’ve seen on the runways in recent seasons, and like the amazing Diamond Sideboard by Boca do Lobo.
Spicy Mustard confirms our beliefs that a darker yellow hue has a place in our go-to fall color palette, alongside shades of burgundy and navy. The citrus-y shade will pop up a lot as an accent, both in prints and embellishment, in the upcoming collections, like the Namib Seater by Brabbu, according to Pantone.
Could this finally mean the dawn of the groutfit? Sharkskin acts as a neutral on Pantone’s fall ’16 report, easily matching up with both bright and soft in a modern and unexpected fashion, like the Caprichosa bed by Koket.
Riverside is the darker shade of blue featured in Pantone’s fall ’16 color report — and also one of the most predominant. It’ll take shape as elegant embellishment, like Monochrome Console by Boca do Lobo tying together a range of aesthetics and warm color combinations.
On top of Riverside, there’s also a lighter shade called Airy Blue, which is closer to (and builds on) the soft vibes of Serenity, Pantone’s other Color of the Year. The report indicates that many designers incorporate both Riverside and Airy Blue into their collections. Saari Sofa by Brabbu is an amazing idea for this color.
Be inspired by these pieces inspired by Fall colors!
See also: Red pieces for your decoration