As the seasons change, so do design trends. Spring décor is typically defined by softer and refreshing colors, whereas the summer tends to be full of bright color schemes and bold patterns. As fall continues and we transition into the winter weather, color trends darken.
As you design your space for the fall and winter seasons, consider these dark color combinations:
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Charcoal and Warm Neutrals
You can’t go wrong with the classic combination of charcoal and warm neutrals. We recommend a charcoal accent wall showered with neutral colored accessories.
Plum and Soft Grays
A rich plum paired with soothing grays is perfect for the winter. The deep hue gives your space a bold personality, while still maintaining a sense of elegance.
Baked Apple and Warm Neutrals
Baked goods and the winter season go hand in hand. We currently love baked apple because it brings a feeling of warmth into a home.
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Hunter Green and Off-White Tones
Hunter green and off-white must be one of my favorite color combinations of all time! It’s perfect for both fall and winter and gives off a really natural vibe.
As much as we love the winter season for its chilly weather and holiday cheer, we love it more for the season design trends! How are you incorporating dark colors into your décor? Let us know and share your pictures with us on Twitter!