The rich earthy colors of fall are always favorites for interiors any time of year. Warm copper and clay, vibrant golds, deep reds and mature greens make up the autumn pallette that is so easy to live with.
This wall of leather bound books in rust, gold, deep brown and wheat provides a wonderful textural background for the lush green curtain, patterned pillows and worn red Oriental rug. Fabric and pillows in plaid wool, velvet and embroidered cotton are Mulberry Home by Lee Jofa. Cool bench!
What better place to find inspiration than in Nature. These dramatic maples with their golden leaves, dark branches and carpet of rust leaves are spectacular. Minnesota Landscape Arboraetum.
Rich, saturated jewel tones add spark and interest to throw pillows from Mulberry Home. I especially love the purple thrown into the mix!
Add a touch of sparkle to the fall color pallette with brass. This Ulu table is sand cast in India and is a take off on the traditional taboret table. by Jonathan Adler. Wow!
Let's have some fun with unusual textural pieces: Antibes table from Jonathan Adler is made of sanded and oiled honeywood with nailhead pattern on the drawer fronts. "Jules" chandelier from Solaria is made of driftwood for a fun organic feel. Love it! This tufted easy chair in mulberry washed linen invites you to relax and enjoy. by Cisco." Orange Bridget" area rug is hand knotted with natural hemp and bamboo silk for a luminescent quality. by Jonathan Adler.
I love this new collection of fabrics and trims from Lee Jofa, by Suzanne Kasler. Wool paisley combined with linen lattice and cut velvet gives a modern aesthetic to classic style.
Letitia Little, Allied ASID, CID is an award winning interior designer in Minneapolis, MN. Visit www.letitialittle.com for more info.