It's Official: These Are the Next Big Décor Trends on Pinterest

Updated 04/18/17

When we're not gleaning interior ideas from Instagram (and shopping the prettiest rooms), there's only one other place you'll find us: Pinterest. Every morning (and most nights—oh, and weekends too), we're curating our favorite fall home ideas on a multitude of boards across the design spectrum. From checking out our favorite designers to interior stylists, home bloggers, and photographers, we can't ever stop at just one pin. 

With the amount of time we spend on the popular platform, it's safe to say we know a trend forming when we see one. As the bright prints and hues of summer fade with the warmer season, we welcome in the moody tones and cozy fabrics as the cool weather hits. In our recent hunt for unique fall home ideas on Pinterest, we came across some reoccurring trends about to dominate your pinboard.

Ahead we share a few of our top fall trend predictions for every room in the house, along with our favorite pieces to style the look at home. Happy pinning!

The Living Room

If you love the all-white look, you'll love this trend. We're calling it Broody Brights because it hints at the bleached-out style we love with added moody hues, wintry textures, and warm browns to create that cozy cocoon we crave at home. This is how you transition that neutral vibe into fall.

She's renowned for her signature fashion sense, but Erin Fetherston clearly has an interior design eye too. Her white-hot Los Angeles home is every design lover's dream interior. This monochrome setting is anything but bland; it's literally bursting with warmth and organic details. After all, bringing the outdoors in is the perfect cure for those autumn blues.

The Dining Room

We'll never tire of the classic midcentury trend, but it's time to freshen it up. We love this graphic dining room that pairs the timeless credenza and chairs of the era with a modern chandelier, abstract artwork, and an IKEA off-white striped rug

This peroxide could pretty quickly veer into sterile territory. Thanks to some subtle color placement and a vintage French crystal chandelier above the dining table, it steers clear of the bland and veers straight into the style sector. Artwork is the best way to add visual interest and play with unexpected hues, especially if you're color-averse.

The Bedroom

Let's face it: We're all struggling with sleep these days. Either we're working too much and not getting enough, or the modern day stresses are keeping us up. One way to secure some quality shut-eye is to create a room that's conducive to snoozing. And by this, we mean a darker room. We predict this trend to be on the rise as people seek out a space to truly shut down and shut out the world.

We called this trend Risky Business because it requires painting your boudoir a darker shade of black, which we know isn't exactly a serene color people would associate with sleep. But if slumber is what you crave, the blacker the better.

This slumber chamber truly evokes that spirit of shutting down and shutting off. Lock yourself away for a day watching your favorite Netflix movies in bed followed by a soothing bath, all in the one room. Why would ever need to leave? This is the kind of Cozy Cocoon we want to spend all weekend in.

The Kitchen

Farm to table has become increasingly popular in the culinary world, so it was only a matter of time before it influenced our interior design choices too. Expect more of this rustic inspiration to turn up in kitchen renovations. We love the raw timber of the exposed beams fused with the slick and modern white tiles. It's all about the mix.

Every kitchen deserves to shine (it is the hero of the home, after all), but if the gloss has worn off your cookhouse, then this décor will do the trick, literally. Add that sheen back in with a gold pendant lamp, bronze faucets, and copper drawer pulls. Mix and match your metals, and watch the room light up.

The Bathroom

What's not to love about this trend? It's modern yet edgy with a nod to the past. This fusion of contemporary subway tiles paired with the nostalgic floral wallpaper transports the past into the future, without compromising either. The basin is traditional by design, yet the circular mirror brings it forward. It's a beautiful sight to behold. 

If your interior style lies firmly in the bohemian camp, this fusion will be your new bathroom go-to. Its bones are still classic, from the cabinet to the freestanding tub, but it's the bath's modern shape and the raw timber accessories that really add a free-spirited flavor. This is the kind of Cali-cool space we want to retreat to every night.

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