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6 Fall Trends to Follow from The Living Spaces Catalog

If you’re dying to see what’s trending this fall, the best place to start is the Living Spaces Fall 2018 Catalog. Featuring 124 pages of fresh looks, this style source is your gateway to the season’s best and latest designs, materials, colors and decorative details. We’ve compiled our favorite trend moments from the book, making sure to highlight ideas and inspiration that you can use to elevate your home for fall and beyond.

1 | Geometric Shapes

You can bring all the right angles to all the right places with geometric-chic pieces, like these faceted tables. This fall, we’re moving towards dimensional styles that play with lines, shapes, forms and figures. Prepare to see typical designs transform into functional, fashionable sculptures.

2 | Raw + Natural Finishes

We’re trading heavily veneered, lacquered and polished finishes for the raw, reclaimed, natural looks that reveal wood’s true character. The more rugged the better, and this bedroom set features rough-hewn, sand-blasted, wire-brushed planks that are accented with bandsaw marks.

3 | Statement Lighting

All eyes will be drawn up high thanks to statement lighting that takes bold style to the ceiling. From chandeliers to pendants, drama is the name of the game - whether that comes in the design, size or color of the fixture. Lighting has always been essential to a room’s overall feel, and now it’s the star.

4 | Bench Dining 

When it comes to dining trends, “gathering” is in. What we mean by “gathering” is creating an atmosphere that encourages more intimacy and less formality. One way to make that happen is by swapping individual chairs for dining benches that seat a few guests at a time. This brings everyone closer together no matter what the occasion.  

5 | Basket + Tray Wall Decor

The ever-popular gallery wall has evolved, so what was once a destination for portraits and paintings is now an opportunity to showcase any collection. What’s the collection du jour for fall? Woven baskets and trays. They’re a total triple threat - adding color, pattern and texture in a completely fresh and stylish way. 

6 | Integrated Patterns

Not only are we spotting lots of patterns in all the usual applications - rugs, pillows and throws -  we’re starting to see them get integrated into the actual construction of an item. The cabinets above feature materials that are arranged to create eye-catching patterns, so that the motif becomes a part of the piece.

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