The 2017 Fall Trends You Need In Your Home

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From macrame to mud cloth, we’ve got you covered.

Following home décor trends can be tricky business. On one hand, you want your home to feel current, but you also don't want it to look straight out of a catalog. The solution? Adding an item or two, say a new piece of art or a throw pillow, to get in on the trend. That said, we have the scoop on the biggest trends we're seeing this season, from velvet furnishing to macrame wall hangings, for you to incorporate in your home.

Hanging Décor

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Bring fall inside your home with hanging branches. This look is easy to buy or DIY! Wrap lights or yarn around old branches to give your space a quick and fun upgrade.

Greenery

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Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year is going strong well into fall. Swap out traditional autumnal colors for this bright, cheery hue.

Blush

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Sure, blush isn't your typical fall color, but it pairs well with grays and dark greens that give it a more appropriate seasonal touch.

Pillar Lanterns

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Pillar lanterns give boring candles a sleek, sophisticated upgrade. Consider using orange and black candles in them for a chic Halloween look.

Macrame

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Macrame is incredibly versatile. Although it's typically used for wall hangings, you can also use the knotted textile for table runners or drape a macrame blanket over the back of a chair for a earthy, boho look.

Mud Cloth

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Mud cloth is a textile traditionally dyed with fermented mud that creates incredible black-and-white patterns. Accent your room with mud cloth pillows and blankets, or reupholster a piece with the fabric.

Velvet

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This 90s trend has been huge for years. People use velvet in everything from statement pieces to accent pillows to add texture and warmth to a space..

We pulled these from the Pinterest Fall Home Trends 2017 board.