Interior Designers Across America Are Officially Retiring These 5 Décor Trends

Perhaps no other season inspires a complete home décor overhaul quite like autumn. With the leaves subtly changing hue and the temperatures dropping to a crisp 60 degrees, change is quite literally in the air. Naturally, the shift from balmy summer nights made for swilling chilled rosé to brisk fall evenings perfect for sipping on hot cocktails elicits a cozy update as we embrace the cooler climate.

Given that we're entering peak autumn, we turned to the pros to find out which of the season's trends have lasting staying power. Ahead, we asked interior designers to weigh in on the outdated fall décor trends they're retiring this season—and the ones to try instead. From curvilinear furniture worth investing in to affordable woven throws that'll lend texture to your space on a budget, here are the trends some of the most sought-after interior designers in America are embracing this fall—and the ones they're steering clear of.