Aegean. Ecru. Merlot. Orange. These are just some of the hues that make fall one of the most stunning seasons. We’re taking a cue from the leaves, landscape, sky, and even the sea, with a few of our favorite pieces that bring an element of autumn into the home.
Stuffed with down, these luxe pillows beautifully update any seating area. The covers feature woven wool stripes in deep shapes of rust, red, gold, forest green, and other stunning hues.
Like beautiful autumn leaves in a forest landscape, these vibrant ottomans stand out in your space. The ottomans have a simple yet modern shape that works in a variety of décor schemes. We love how the lacquered wood base visually anchors the piece while introducing an intriguing shape to your furniture grouping.
If we could use one word to describe these golden chairs, it would be “elegant.” Of course, one word just isn’t enough. This set comes from 4th Generation Antiques, a showroom based in Los Angeles with a truly impressive selection of the rarest and most beautiful pieces from the 18th-20th centuries. Each has a graceful silhouette, a classic caned seat and back, and the fine details that make Louis XVI furniture so sought out.
This stunning set of eight chairs are upholstered in chenille fabrics that bring to mind a sunset. The soft orange and muted red chairs bring a dash of unexpected character to both traditional and modern dining rooms.
A familiar shape becomes fabulous when upholstered in luxurious Italian blue leather, one of the most stylish shades this fall. A little lighter than navy but deeper than teal, this striking color updates a living space like no other.
A rug is one of the easiest ways to introduce new colors into your décor scheme — especially when it’s made by Aga John, one of the leading showrooms for fine handmade rugs and textiles. This rug was woven of viscose, a material that dyes beautifully and has a subtle sheen. The deep blue hue is reminiscent of the dark waters of the ocean in autumn.
This vase gorgeously catches the light, casting an autumnal glow in your space. It is best shown off solo, in a sunny dining room or on a side table, but it is also a fabulous piece for a china cabinet.
Designed by the great Milo Baughman, who famously made distinctive modern furniture accessible during the mid-century period and after, this clean-lined chair has the timeless clean lines Baughman was known for. The simple design makes the fiery orange upholstery the star of this piece, complemented by the handsome wood frame.