The Top 7 Decor Trends


Pinterest is filled with more ideas than one person can consume in a lifetime. That's why when new trends are able to cut through the noise and grab the masses' attention, you know they're special. This year, our friends at Pinterest told us the following decor is what people are pinning the most, so prepare to see these trends in homes everywhere soon. 


1 Velvet

Courtesy of Domino 

Courtesy of Domino 

This has been growing for awhile, but it doesn't seem to be slowing down. The best part is you can use this warm fabric to make a statement (like that gorgeous gray couch) or add a trendy accent with a pillow or throw blanket. 


2 Hanging Decor

While this is another trend that's not new per se, for fall Pinterest predicts it's going to be all about using branches for this wall art.

3 Millenial Pink

Don't expect blush, a.k.a. millennial pink, to fade in popularity anytime soon. But one thing that is changing: the colors people are pairing it with. Keep your eyes pealed for copper, teal and blue heating up this color for fall. 

4 Pillar Lanterns

Courtesy of  Katrina Lunde

Courtesy of  Katrina Lunde

Sure, lanterns have existed for centuries, but these sleek, simple ones are more stylish and practical. For autumn, everyone's going to want this romantic accessory to warm up the ambiance in their home.

5 Coffee Table Vignette


You don’t need expensive artwork to make your coffee table display elegant and chic. A simple vase of flowers or a moss topiary adds an instant pop of color and style, and it’s easy to change with the seasons. Make a personal design statement by displaying some of your favorite books, or shells from your last family vacation. With a little planning, you can turn that cluttered tabletop into a design feature to be proud of.

6 Greenery

Courtesy of Rachel Aust

Courtesy of Rachel Aust

Move over, orange: People are veering away from traditional fall colors and instead embracing nature in the form of green plants and leaves.

7 Dark Wall Colors

Courtesy of Designed by Quen

Courtesy of Designed by Quen

Deep shades act as neutrals in a room, and look great paired with really saturated shades like mustard yellow and emerald green. It does great things for your furniture, too: Anything you put against an inky color, like navy blue, is going to look and feel much grander than it is.

 Source: House Beautiful US