Top Picks For Fall

The Trend List


Incorporating seasonal trends into your home’s interior design is the perfect way to stay stylish and refresh the look of your space. Check out our guide to the cozy colors, fabrics, and accents that will enhance your design this season – and get your home ready for fall 2017 with this curated collection of new pieces.


Must Have Picks…



Lucid Sideboard by Hellman Chang




With sleek lines, brass accents, and a rich matte black finish, this piece is an elegant embodiment of this fall’s upcoming trends. Available as a sideboard, media console, or a dresser, the table can be easily customized for use in any room. Make an especially strong statement in the entryway by using this stylish table to collect your mail, keys, and more.


Barstool 5396 by Artistic Frame




The classic cantilever design gets a modern upgrade with this contemporary barstool – and the polished brass base is exactly on-trend for fall 2017. The style is available as an armchair and a counterstool, but the tall frame of the barstool offers a more sophisticated way to include a bright brass accent in the décor of your kitchen.


Custom sofa by Todd Merrill Studio



Created in a versatile configuration that allows clients to develop their own bespoke seating group, this super-luxe velvet tufted sofa is available by commission only. Not only will this sofa allow you to incorporate one of the most fashionable colors this fall, dark green, into your design, but you can also opt for a polished brass base to make an even greater style impact.

Anemone Coffee Table from O’Hara Studio


Textures are one of this fall’s biggest trends, and this sculptural table offers a unique way to incorporate interesting texture into your space. After being cast in resin, each table in fired in a kiln to create an oxidized finish in one of five different colors, but the bronze shade will bring in a hint of brass without the metal’s reflective shine.

Rukay Armchair by Dering Hall




Combining two fall trends in a single mid-century modern design, this club chair adds contemporary flair to any room. Bring a hint of blush to your dining room table, or add the luxury of velvet to your bedroom with this modern piece.


Tivoli Console by Chai Ming



This architecturally sophisticated table would be a welcome addition to any home design, especially this fall. The hand-rubbed bronze finish is a great alternative to brass, which is currently on trend – offering a similar warmth and traditional feel without the bright, retro look. And with a long, narrow profile, this table is versatile enough to suit almost any space.

Alcova Bed by B&B Italia



Four poster beds have been a stylish choice for years, and the clean lines and matte black finish on this classic design are just what you need to update your bedroom for fall. Upholstered headboards are also trendy right now, and this bed offers both leather and fabric options.


Burnt Branches in Acrylic Side Table by Michael Dawkins Home




This small table presents a modern take on organic materials, with burnt pieces of driftwood suspended in clear acrylic. Despite this table’s sculptural feel, it’s a very functional piece with a boxy shape that can fit just about anywhere you need a little extra surface space.


Side Table by Saerom Yoon





With clean, modern lines, and a stylish combination of blush pink and rich violet, this artistic side table will add the perfect seasonal flair to your space. The smooth acrylic also provides an intriguing textural contrast to the organic materials that are trending this fall.


Crown armchair by Mass Productions



The playful construction of this chair makes it an interesting conversation piece no matter the season – but the soft velvet upholstery in a deep shade of blue is just right for fall 2017. Whether you use it in the living room, bedroom, or even in the hallway, you’ll bring in a little autumn comfort with this dynamic piece.


Star Side Table by Lorin Marsh


Natural materials will be trending this fall, and you can easily inject more organic texture into your space with this geometric occasional table. Available with a tabletop of mother of pearl, shagreen, goatskin, or lizard leather, and enhanced by an inlaid bone trim, the Star Side Table’s goatskin base comes in the perfect seasonal shade of magenta.


Radis Bowl by Sarah Lavoine – Barneys New York


Fill this bowl with fruit on your kitchen island, with rocks in your bookshelf, or with keys on the console table by your front door and give your space a stylish upgrade. Combining this fall’s must-have matte black finish with an organic white stripe, the Radis Bowl is a simple way to add some seasonal inspiration to any room.


Rarity Female Torso by Kelly Wearstler




These unique sculptures will add visual interest to any space, but would be a particularly smart addition to your bathroom this fall. The muted colors will contrast perfectly with this season’s deep jewel tones, and the marble base with brass stand give the piece a touch of elegant luxury.

Multi-Lite Pendant by Suite NY


Originally designed by Louise Weisdorf in 1972, this timelessly modern pendant features sculptural geometric shapes and a vibrant brass accent. Whether suspended individually or clustered, the pendant provides elegant functionality – rotating the shades around the cylindrical bulb will cast light up, down, or to either side.


Mulholland Custom Rug by Ryan Jackson Home


The enduring style of this classic, modern rug makes it a solid investment for the season, as it will remain fashionable well beyond fall 2017. With its neutral palette and clean lines, you’ll be able to pair this rug with almost any kind of furniture and accent colors.


Branching Magnolia Centerpiece by Elizabeth Lyons Glass


Contrasting the delicate blown glass petals with the smooth, shiny bronze makes this unique centerpiece an interesting textural experience. Whether you display it on your dining room table or as an artistic element within your bookcase, this stunning piece of art will provide a hint of fall fashion.




Tulum Rings Serving Set by L’Objet



Add a little fall style to your tabletop with this one-of-a-kind serving set. The bronze rings offer a toned-down substitute for this season’s trendy brass, but stand out cleanly against the matte black – one of fall’s most popular finishes. These pieces are functional, too, with additional grip provided by the inlaid rings.


T-Bar Hardware by Buster + Punch




Upgrade your kitchen cabinets with these matte black handles. Made with durable, solid metal accented by an industrial-inspired texture, these pulls feature a contemporary shape – and are perfectly on trend for this fall.


Throw Pillow by Gucci Home Collection

Gucci’s brand new home collection offers plenty of options for easy fall upgrades. This embroidered emerald throw pillow will bring the perfect combination of texture, color, and style to your couch or bed.


Swan Bowl by L’Objet


This large sculptural piece hits on several of this season’s most popular looks – matte black, brass accents, and organic shapes. With sufficient space to hold anything from fruit to a potted plant, this bowl is a versatile piece that will look equally stylish when displayed on its own.



Short Palma Black and White Vase by Artemest




Simple and minimalistic with an organic curved silhouette, this vase would be a welcome addition to any bookcase or tabletop this fall. It’s also neutral enough to work with the season’s popular vibrant colors, and features a stylish soft matte black base.


Painting by Stanley Casselman


With hints of electric blue mixed into a dark, textural background, this large artwork will allow you to embrace this fall’s trend for black walls without committing to a heavy coat of paint. You’ll be able to incorporate this abstract piece into any room to bring in a bit of color and emotion.


Wood Teak Vase by Michael Dawkins Home


The distressed texture of this natural wooden vase will lend an interesting organic feel to your space, whether you use it to hold rocks, branches, green leaves, or even an olive tree – a new favorite plant for fall 2017.