2013 Fall Color Trends for Your New Home in Plano
September 23, 2013 11:59 am
If you’d like to bring a touch of fall into your new home in Plano, the color scheme to work with for 2013 includes hues of chocolate brown, golden yellow, burnt orange and lipstick red. Here are some ideas on how you can incorporate these warm, rich shades into your home:
Stylish and Sophisticated – Transform your dining room into an elegant retreat with bronze draperies and wallpaper with bronze accents. Finish the look off with an orange and red floral centerpiece that accents the room with familiar fall colors.
Cultural and Exotic – Give a formal entryway a cultural awakening with the addition of a framed Indian textile. The use of an orange sofa and red room accessories can be toned down when paired with copper colored draperies and soft golden wall paint.
Bold Additions – An easy way to bring fall colors into your West Park Estates home is to add accessories like throw pillows in shades of orange, copper and wine.
Chic and Cozy – Create a comfortable living room with a warm, inviting color palette that makes use of browns, orange, and beige. For example, pair chocolate brown furniture and accessories with a large orange sofa and surrounding beige walls. A large animal-print area rug ties the whole palette together for a unique twist.
Pop of Red – Give a bedroom an autumn makeover by adding splashes of red. Items to consider include installing a red-orange tufted headboard, patterned brown bedding and a nightstand trimmed in red accents.
A Taste of Wine – if you have deep brown cabinetry, you can add a warm, seasonal flair to the room by painting the walls yellow-green and adding furniture with hues of pink, green and wine in the fabric.
Browns & Reds – A chocolate-brown wall color adds a beautiful contrast against light-wood bookshelves in any room. Add a pop of color to the browns with the addition of deep-red draperies and red accessories.
Rusted Impact – Your living room and dining room can get a fall makeover with the addition of rust, gold, brown and tan furniture and accessories. For instance, a sheer gold curtain can add instant warmth and privacy as a dividing element between the two rooms.
You can get more design ideas by visiting the Landon Homes website and taking a tour through our model home gallery. You can also browse through the variety of floor plans we have available to build on, and learn about our energy efficient building methods. At Landon Homes, we know that your new home in Plano should be the perfect combination of space, function, location, price and community. That’s why our homes are better built, by design.Tags: Dallas New Homes, frisco ISD new homes, frisco new homes, green construction for new homes, homebuilding in Dallas, Landon news, Lifestyle 8000 tax credit, Lifestyle dallas
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