Fall is here and with it comes the best time for a change in your interior design. We dare you to try this fall trend for a new decoration to your contemporary interiors. Here is the editors choice of the best warm-hued rooms for this season.
A ranch house in Upstate New York designed by Ernest de la Torre features a mix of neutral tones for a cozy vibe. The family room’s Jean-Michel Frank sofa is by Ecart Paris, the wooden chair carved in the style of Pedro Friedeberg came from a Paris flea market and the cocktail table by Etienne Allemeersch is from Art-Design-Carta. The walls are sheathed in inlaid straw marquetry from Paris and the alpaca rug is by Sacco Carpet.
BLACK WALLS AND BROWN LEATHER FOR AN UNSUSPECTING MATCH
A 1970s leather sofa and matching chairs punctuate 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno’s moody sitting room in his Tuxedo Park house. The marble top of the cocktail table came from a Belgium chocolate factor and the camel sculptures were bought on 1stdibs. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dragon’s Breath.
FEATURE A SHOW-STOPPING LIGHTING ELEMENT
In this modernist hillside retreat in Guadalajara, Mexico, designed by Alejandra Redo, a warm family room is characterized by a sofa and ottoman by Ligne Roset, a Saarinen side table by Knoll and chairs by Hans Wegner. The pillows and rug are customs designs, while the tapestry is made from a traditional Bhutanese man’s robe. The Arco lamp is by Flos.
MIX GOLD AND WOOD
Mixing golden accents with wood elements is a warm choice to take for this season. Dining table, chairs, and chandelier by Boca do Lobo.
MATCH WOODS TO FURNITURE
In the São Miguel home of architect Luís Bernardo Brito e Abreu, caramel-colored 1960s chairs by Daciano da Costa complement the tones of the pine doors and oak dining table. The armoire is 18th-century Indo-Portuguese, the ceiling is Japanese cedar, and the flooring is local basalt.
DISPLAY FUR AS MUCH AS YOU LIKE
At Covet House Douro, an ancient waterfront mansion in Oporto, filled with remarkable interior design details that hold the glory from a noble past and traditions of Portugal, this master bedroom exalts the essence of Fall with fur accents. An original bookcase as a headboard by Boca do Lobo.
TRY OVERSIZED FURNITURE IN DEEP TONES
For a family room in a Tribeca loft, a large, custom sectional is covered in deep grey Great Plains and Donghia fabrics, which add warmth to the space. The cocktail table by Daniel Scuderi and the chandelier by Trans-Luxe are both custom, the Ecart International sconces are from Ralph Pucci, the curtains are of a Stark fabric, and the carpet is by Tai Ping; the walls are in a Dualoy leather, the ceiling is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Bison Brown, and the artwork is by Zipora Fried.
EXPLORE DARK TONES IN THE YOU MASTER BEDROOM
Embracing real and virtual this luxury nightstand by Boca do Lobo is ideal for those looking for a metallic ambiance in the contemporary bedroom. With two drawers it is perfect to keep your bedside books and computer or tablet coexist.
GIVE TEXTURE WITH WORN VINTAGE PIECES
At a Georgian-style mansion in New York’s Tuxedo Park, a 1920s light fixture by O.C. White Co. hangs above a George II mahogany table in the dining room, the chairs are custom made, and the console is from the 19th century.
ADD A POP OF BURNT ORANGE AGAINST DARK WOOD
Architects Lance and Nicola Herbst ingeniously tucked their spacious weekend retreat amid a lush grove of exotic trees. In the living area of the house, the burnt orange sofa is a custom design, and the fireplace byis set in a custom-made steel cabinet. The pendant light is by and the walls are sheathed in black-stained western red cedar.