5 fall accents

Fall has arrived in New York City and we have to say, as much as we were sad to see summer go, we’re really enjoying the beautifully crisp weather we’ve been having these past few days. Whether you decorate your home yourself or enlist the help of a pro, everyone wants to make a few updates to their spaces when the weather starts to turn. For fall, we’re focusing on a few key pieces to help any room feel more cozy and luxurious. Sometimes all it takes to refresh a room is a new fire wood basket and a plush throw blanket. Today we’re sharing a few of our favorite rooms that scream fall, and that get us pretty excited about the hibernating/nesting that lies ahead. Below, an eclectic Manhattan apartment designed by Todd Romano Alexander that uses a wonderful mix of butterscotch and charcoal grey.
Todd-Romano-Robert-Burke-1 An inviting living room by Bunny Williams.
bunny-williams-3 We ripped every single page of this Markham Roberts Seattle cabin (below) when it was featured in House Beautiful a few months ago. The owners are world travelers who collect all different types of artifacts and textiles wherever they go which really comes across throughout the house.
01-hbx-midcentury-leather-slung-chair-roberts-0614-xlnInspired by the arrival of Fall, and especially by the incredibly cozy and chic environment Roberts has created above, here are a few of our favorite accent pieces to get your home ready for autumn.
fallaccents1 – New from West Elm, they’ve hit the nail on the head again with a graphic, Berber-inspired shag rug–perfect for walking around barefoot on a cold winter night!/2 – This pom pom throw comes in aqua blue as well. /3 – Our go-to firewood basket for all of our projects. Simply the best. /4 – We would leave this candle burning all day long if we could. /5 – Whether it’s a cup of piping hot cocoa or a cold glass of champagne, we love this leather serving tray for fall entertaining.