Fall is such a lovely time of year – crisp weather, beautiful colors in nature, and new trends! Country Living has compiled this year’s top trending home trends and we can tell they are already going to be some new favorite staples for the home!

Find your fall home decor inspiration and stay up to date on the latest trends!

IN: Dark Green

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The leaves outside may be changing, but inside, things are going green—especially kitchen cabinets, like in this room designed by Erin Napier on HGTV’s Home Town. Combined with rich natural wood and leather and accented with brass and cream, the cozy color is a perfect fit for fall and winter.

IN: Relaxing Retreats

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Feeling overwhelmed with your digital devices? This trend is for you. People on Pinterest are carving out cozy, more intimate areas in their homes to serve as tech-free sanctuaries. An obvious place to unplug? The bedroom. Surround your sleeping space with canopies or lace curtains hung from a faux wooden beam, as in this genius project by Love Grows Wild. Pull a comfy chair into a corner for an instant reading nook, or hang a hammock inside and layer with soft blankets.

IN: Velvet

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 What could be more soothing than velvet? The fabric feels luxurious and welcoming for fall and winter, and when combined with rough natural textures (think reclaimed wood and woven baskets) and smooth metals and ceramics, it adds visual interest and tactile coziness to a room, contributing editor and stylist Heather Bullard tells CountryLiving.com. Don’t have the budget to spring for an upholstered chair like the one pictured? Add velvet pillows or a velvet throw instead.

IN: Woven Texture

 Don’t underestimate the depth woven textiles and accents bring to a room—especially during cold-weather months. Hang baskets for a focal point on the wall, put plants in wicker stands, or swap out your light fixture for a basket pendant light. Again, off-set the rough texture with soft velvet or hand-knit wool throws and smooth metal side tables, mirrors, and ceramic accents, says Bullard.

IN: Blush

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So long, millennial pink! Blush is back and better than ever. Decor inspired by Benjamin Moore’s “Tissue Pink” paint was all over High Point Market this year. And home accents in a range of shades, like this pretty pink pantry by deVOL, prove rosy hues are here to stay.

“I’m loving anything and everything in the color blush pink,” Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy Trend Expert, tells CountryLiving.com. “From vintage glassware, to velvet pillows, to painted planters, everything looks great in blush.”

IN: Faux Finishes

Due for an update but don’t have the funds? You don’t have to spend a fortune to make some improvements. Increased availability of faux finishes, from removable wallpaper and floor decals(pictured) to stick-on subway tiles, to the faux florals and wooden beams of Fixer Upper fame, have made it easier and cheaper than ever to make quick home improvements.

IN: Brass

Brass is the new copper, especially when incorporated into furniture in an overt way, says Anne White, personal styling manager at BHLDN + Home at Anthropologie. Take this sectional with a beautiful brass frame, for example.

IN: Quilts

Not into the chunky knit? Dying to ditch your duvet? This fall, we predict a return to an old classic. “I love quilts of all kinds and I feel they have, in recent years, been replaced by duvets,” Selke says. “Quilts offer a handmade, homey element to any bedroom—modern or traditional.”

IN: Dark Paint

Forget farmhouse white and gray! This season, it’s all about drama. PPG Paints, Glidden Paints, and Olympic Paints & Stains all announced cozy shades of black as their 2018 Color of the Year—Black Flame (PPG1043-7)Deep Onyx (00NN 07/000), and Black Magic (OL116), respectively.

Not ready to go completely over to the dark side? Another deep color is also making a comeback: “Adding chocolate brown to your decor and is the best way to add some luxe—especially in the fall,” Audrey Margarite, the creative director of Bunny Williams Home, tells CountryLiving.com. “Swap out your lighter colored pillows and throws for this rich hue.”