Interior Designers On Tips and Tricks for Fall Decor

By Lili Gurry | November 27, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

It’s time to bring the fresh feelings of fall from the outside in. In lieu of settling for tacky autumnal decorations, elevate your interior with unique seasonal design tactics. Here, Philadelphia interior designers are here to share their best tips and tricks for how to transition your space this season.

Danica Satell, Founder Designs by Danica

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The pick: Colorful Accents

“If I’ve learned one thing from my career as an interior designer, it’s that seasons should dictate color and material choices in the home. In the fall, we tend to be drawn to oranges, browns and yellows reflected in mother nature. We can bring these beautiful colors into our homes by changing up our accessories with accent throw pillows or even something as simple as fresh flowers.” 610.513.0766, designsbydanica.com

Ashli Mizell, Founder Ashli Mizell Design Studio

The pick: Autumnal Hues

“This season is the time to bring the rich, natural autumnal hues that surround us outside, inside with us! Add luscious tones of oxblood red, burnt orange and hunter green to ignite a sense of warmth in any interior space. Aged leather chairs, cozy throws and good books add a welcoming feel that will make you want to gather around the fireplace with the ones you love.” 215.546.7606, ashlimizell.com

Deborah Bettcher, Founder Decorating Den Interiors

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The pick: Dining Room Decorations

“Autumn is the time for warmth, whimsical decor and a riot of saturated color. With the approach of the holiday season, the dining room is often a central focus. To make your dining room the staple of your home, create tables and cabinets overflowing with colorful collections of curated elements to set the scene for fall festivities.” 610.964.8403, debroah.decoratingden.com

Amy Cuker, Owner and Lead Designer Down2Earth

The pick: Sustainable Furniture

“While thinking in a sustainable way is not and should not be a design trend, the climate movement is picking up steam, and designers and furniture makers are getting on board. This season, think about implementing more products that use recycled material. Products such as tire rubber for flooring, copper engine coils for vanities, reclaimed wood for tables and desks, post-consumer porcelain for tiles or recycled bottles turned into new glassware are beautiful and sustainable options for decor this season.” 215.690.4328, down2earthinteriordesign.com



Photography by: Photo courtesy of Pinnacle Builders; courtesy of Deborah Bettcher