Take a cue from the most colorful time of year with a refreshing interior upgrade.
These 25 gorgeous fall-inspired spaces are splashed with red, yellow, brown, blue and orange, perfect for giving your home the seasonal refresh it needs.
If you don't want to make a major change for the fall, like painting the walls or completely redecorating, try adding just a few earth-tone pieces that vary in shade.
In this historic farmhouse on Long Island, the living room layers a creamy brown custom sofa upholstered in a , a side table by , and a tan textured carpet.
Fall is the time to spend your days connecting with nature, as the winter months approach and you begin to spend more time cozied up indoors. Bring as much of the outdoors inside, from adding furniture made of natural materials to earth-inspired color schemes.
Inside of this kitchen in upstate New York, a root table fitted with a glass top (discovered at a nearby auction) makes a major statement. The ceiling incorporates beams from a 19th-century Pennsylvania barn and the lights are by .
Offset dark wood in your home with a vibrantly-hued patterned textiles.
In Amanda Seyfried's weekend retreat in the Catskills, the exposed beams blend right into the reclaimed oak floors, so she added some softer texture with a sofa by and a wool rug is by .
Commit to a palette of cooler browns and tans to capture the crisp but cozy feel of the season.
This Gramercy Park apartment features on the walls, a custom settee upholstered in a velvet, and a pair of carved wood armchairs by that are covered in a . The Empire console is from and the cocktail table is by .
Style your walls and bookshelves with seasonal shades, like rich chestnut and soothing vanilla. In this penthouse in Greenwich Village, the built-in bookshelf is color-blocked beautifully and adorned with precious objects that play into the color palette. The plaster relief is a copy of a Byzantine lion, and the walls are painted in .
Incorporating lovely fall shades into your home design doesn't have to require painting walls or changing furniture. As the leaves outdoors turn yellow, take inspiration from decorator Todd Alexander Romano's home, in which the living room features just a pop of the sunny hue in its curtains. It may be a small touch, but one that can instantly brighten an entire space.
For a twist on accenting, swap an accent wall for an accent floor. In Oscar de la Renta executive Erika Bearman's Southampton home, designed by , a bright yellow floor brushes the room with levity and cheerfulness. The armchair was found at , the sheets are by and the wallpaper is .
In Bearman's home, the master bath is also undeniably buoyant, characterized by its yellow wallpaper by Marthe Ermitage. The cabinetry is custom-made, with fittings by . The sconces are by and the wood floors are painted in Hollandlac Brilliant in Ebony Blue.
In a colorful Palm Beach home, yellow makes an eye-catching statement in the modern dining room, creating a look that's irresistibly fresh all year long. The vintage dining table is surrounded by armchairs by Georg Appeltshauser and the paintings are by Ed Moses.
Consider what art you may have in storage or in a different room that can lend a splash of autumnal color to a space. In this Bohemian New York apartment, the hall leading to the master bedroom is enlivened by a bright yellow painting by Mark Flood and wall sculptures by Anthony James. The walls are painted in .
Cobalt blue is evocative of deep blue skies that cushion fall orchards, and can offer a soothing aesthetic for your space. Carry the hue throughout an entire room, as in this formal dining room, which features the color in everything from the rug to the chairs and chandelier.
Blue and white are a color pair that can translate from the cool fall months to the breezy summer months, as in this boldly striped hallway in a Moroccan home.
Incorporating fall colors into home design isn't just for adult rooms. A vibrant color like cobalt blue translates well into children's rooms, such as in this boy's room in an Easthampton home belonging to Estée Lauder global creative director Aerin Lauder. The blue light fixture is Gio Ponti, the silkscreen is by Andy Warhol and the bed is by . The table in the foreground is by .
In this East Hampton house designed by , the living room walls are painted in a high gloss by Fine Paints of Europe to match Pantone's Legion Blue. The sofas are by Celerie Kemble for , upholstered in a printed linen. The ceiling is inset with a felt paper by Star, the midcentury chandelier is by Stilnovothe and the vintage chairs in front of the faux-mable mantle are from .
In a Manhattan apartment, the living room is just dotted with blue (which is paired with red, another fall color). The chairs are upholstered in a linen. The sofa is covered in a linen by and the sofa pillows are by . The rug is by , the photographs are by Frank and the walls are painted in .
In this Manhattan townhouse designed by Katie Ridder, classic fall orange makes an energetic appearance in the dining room banquette, upholstered in leather with trapunto embroidery by . The table and chairs are antique, the photographs are by Vik Muniz and the rug is by .
A Paris pied-à-terre designed by Sig Bergamin showcases a sophisticated gallery with walls covered in a fall-like brown and white fabric by . The carpet is by and the artworks above a 1970s bronze console are mostly Brazilian.
In an Upper East Side townhouse, designed by , an office is splashed with an autumnal orange perfect as an uplifting backdrop for magazines and vases. The Nienkämper chairs are upholstered in an leather and the zebra-skin cocktail table is from .
The Manhattan living room of ceramist is shaped by a deep golden shade of orange, emphasized by the mirrored wall that bounces the color throughout the space. The the sofa pillows are of Tigre Velours silk by and the Japanese secretary is 19th century.
The entry of interior designer apartment in a landmark Harlem building is splashed in the palette of an autumn forest landscape, with oranges and browns taking center stage. The vintage borne d'hôtel is upholstered in a pumpkin fabric by and the walls are painted in .
Evoke the charming hues of fall apple orchards by integrating red into a space, even if just in trimmings as in this Easthampton home designed by Celerie Kemble. The wallcovering is by and the trim color is . The vintage chandelier is from D&G Antiques, the dining room chairs are by and the cushions and the tablecloth are of a fabric with tassel trim by .
Red accents can be just as effective in a space as an entirely red wall. A lakeside villa in Switzerland has a master bedroom with a decadently whimsical aesthetic, complete with a red Florentine-style bed dressed in and draped with a velvet canopy. The walls are covered in an arabesque-patterned satin, the Aubusson carpet is 18th century and the ceiling is decorated with a troupe l'ceil fresco.
In this Tuxedo Park home, decorated by Jeffrey Billhuber, fall hues make an appearance in the living room's red curtains that are original to the house. The pillows are covered in a velvet ikat and a silk floral. A pair of antique bergères are upholstered in a Boussac cotton and the Louis XV fauteuil was purchased at an auction at Doyle New York. The cocktail table is by .
In the same Tuxedo Park home, the dining room table, a family heirloom, is centered beneath a chandelier with custom red lampshades. The deeper red wallpaper adds texture and depth to the fall-hued space.
A modern treehouse on a wooded hillside in Gaudalajara exhibits small yet striking pops of red in the family room. The sleek sofa and ottoman are by , the Saarinen side table is by , and the chairs are by Hans Wegner. The Arco lamp is by , the pillows and rug are custom designs, and the tapestry was created from a traditional Bhutanese man's robe.