Prepping for Fall 2021 Decor in Your Revere Campbell Apartment

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Pumpkin-spiced everything, Halloween freights, campfires, and picking apples — what else could it be but fall? The season to cozy up under a chunky knit blanket with a pumpkin-spiced latte while reading your favorite book. But don't forget about prepping your Revere Campbell apartment by changing up the seasonal decor and adding warmer tones and textures.

Our Favorite Fall '21 Trends

Cooler tones are out, and warmer tones such as taupe, brown, green, burnt orange, and plum are back. Floral prints have been making an appearance for several seasons.

How to Adapt These Trends for Your Apartment

Add different textures to give depth. Dark brown leather, cashmere, faux fur, and velvet are great ways to mix it up by adding these textures. Antique furniture is playing a big part in the fall 2021 interior decor trend. Keep it simple by adding paintings or vases.

Burnt orange and plum are great to complement colors layered over browns and nude shades. Brighten a room with a floral arrangement in these colors or add drapes in plum while decorating with floral burnt orange throw pillows.

If you're feeling particularly bold, you could add a new dark brown leather sofa and add texture by layering it with a nude or deep green cashmere throw blanket. Chunky knit blankets are always a favorite in fall, as are velvet throw pillows.

Getting Involved with Fall 2021 Decor

Small or large statement pieces, such as antique furniture, can really create a fall mood. Decorate a room with an old painting in autumn colors, or place a small antique side table in the living area to create a rustic feel.

 

Whether you add small changes, a pop of color, or switching up the furniture, fall is all about texture, color, and atmosphere. Tie the space together with complementing colors and mix up textures to create a warm, cozy space. The good news is that many of these themes will probably still be around next fall.

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