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Inspired By: Fall Foliage

These days, we don’t have to venture very far for color-palette inspiration. Right outside our office window, on almost every tree and shrub, is the most spectacular display of fall color that you could imagine, full of rich and vibrant reds, oranges, golds, and greens. We could decorate an entire room around any one of these hues, but today we’re so enamored with the effect of all that eye candy together that we’ve created this borrowed-from–Mother Nature fall-foliage palette, complete with snuggly and inviting bedding, rugs, throws, decorative pillows, and accessories. Get cozy, style BFFs. Stick with us over the coming weeks: we’re kicking into high gear with our fall decorating ideas.


  1. Fall foliage inspiration
  2. Mahkeenac Outdoor Loveseat 
  3. Solid Herringbone Daffodil napkin
  4. Geo Goldmine matelasse coverlet
  5. Ladder Harvest scarf
  6. Paisley Lace Orange throw 
  7. Fresh American Stripe Flower pillow
  8. Nevis Chesnut rug
  9. Candlewick Curry throw
  10. pumpkin latte Bright Eyed Baker



  1. Whitney duvet cover
  2. Seasonal red berries
  3. Preservation Cocoa pouf
  4. Cross-Stitch Gold quilt
  5. Tweed Stripe Wool Woven rug
  6. Wyatt Woven Cotton tote bag
  7. Candlewick Curry Continental pillow
  8. Farmhouse Java/Natural window panel
  9. Sheepy Fleece Juniper robe



  1. Fall foliage inspiration
  2. Fair Isle Curry/Paprika Woven Cotton rug
  3. Boyfriend Vetiver matelasse 
  4. Candlewick Paprika decorative pillow
  5. Emroidered Hem White/Terracotta sheet set
  6. Alford duvet cover
  7. Seasonal colors yarn
  8. Coco throw
  9. Velvet Peakat scarf


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Mary October 14, 2014 at 7:48 pm

I can’t get my eyes off the curry/paprika rug, the Jacobean-patterned duvet cover, the basket of yarn, paprika Candlewick pillow and the coco throw.

Maybe I have a secret color crush for the color orange..

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