4 Style Tips for a Cool Fall Living Room

How we created a cozy, stylish space that’s full of drama

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With the change of season in full swing, we’re yearning for cozier spaces that feel at once moody and inviting. This fall, we’ve designed a living room that’s just that. It’s a snug space that’s full of drama, from striking black accents to rich upholstery in deep hues. This is a stylish room that transitions perfectly into fall, enticing us to stay in and host friends and family with hot drinks or curl up with a great book by the fire as the temperatures drop.

To offer up some inspiration on creating your own stylish haven this season, here’s a look at how we created ours:

1. We brought in plenty of black.
Black is always moody and striking. From matte metal frames to Onyx-stained wood to opaque, glossy stoneware, we’re big on black this season. In this space we used a lighter rug and added brighter toss cushions to strike a balance with the darker accents.

Living room fall style
Garcia floor lamp, Villa stoneware pitcher

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2. We mixed materials and textures.
Using a variety of materials and textures adds an eclectic feel. In our living room, we incorporated marble and wood surfaces, caning, brushed brass, soft velvet upholstery, and embroidered cushions for a space that is as appealing to the touch as it is on the eyes.

living room fall style
Linen & Cotton-Blend Decorative Pillow, Serena chair

3. We balanced curved and geometric profiles.
We aimed for a mix of linear and curved pieces to create balance and allow better flow throughout the space. Here we paired rounded accent chairs with a modern, streamlined sofa and used rounded decor on a geometric etagere.

Living Room fall style
Finley accent chair, James sofa

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4. We created layers.
Some of our favourite new furniture pieces from our fall collection incorporate layered surfaces. Not only do these varying heights add dimension to a space, they offer much-needed flexibility when arranging books, decor, and any other important objets you may want to keep out on display.

Living room fall style
Palmer cocktail table, Lamar etagere

Photography courtesy of Hudson’s Bay

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