Living Fall Art Trends for 2020

Fall Art Trends for 2020

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Playful with lots of color, and of course this year’s hottest trend color: brown! These fall art trends feature an eclectic mix of art styles and colors sure to get us excited for the new season ahead.

BROWN ECLECTIC

Fall Arts Trends

After a decade of cool greys and bright whites, this is the age when we let the warmth back into our homes. Soft yet elegant, the brown shades that are trending this season are an ode to the 70s, translated into a modern aesthetic.

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Tone-on-tone layering. Lighter sandy shades blend well with richer chestnuts and chocolates, or add a bit of spice with ochre! Make this trend your own by layering tone-on-tone, choosing art prints that feature the same colors in different saturations.

Create a home art gallery. Choose abstract styles in shades of brown and beige and mix in some photo art to make your gallery more personal. Let your art take centre stage!

Think about the framing. We suggest going for natural wooden frames throughout and mixing in our gold frames for a bit of added luxury. Black frames create contrast and look great with black-and-white photo art. For a softer feel where your art is the focal point, try a natural wooden frame.

MODERN HERITAGE

Fall Arts Trends

Bring the understated luxury of the English countryside to your home this fall! Be inspired by rich color palettes, rustic details, and moody green fields from a rural idyll where elegance meets practicality.

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Bring nature in. Deep green forests, rolling hills and moody skies are all characteristics of the countryside. This fall we’re launching many art prints that allow you to bring stunning nature views and romantic florals to your walls!

Patterns with history. One of the best-known wallpaper designers, dating back to the 1850s, was William Morris, whose influence on the industry lasts to this day. If you’re not ready to take the leap in covering your home floor-to-ceiling in pattern, try adding an art print to achieve the look!

Make space for color. A home office or living room are both great spaces to explore this trend, adding elements such as art, fabrics and deeper colors to create the warm and welcoming feeling this trend is all about.

DARK DRAMA

Fall Arts Trends

A new spin on minimalism, Dark Drama turns our ideas of what a calm and peaceful home looks like upside down, using whites as
accents to compliment darker base colors.

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Go big! Opt for a large gallery wall acting as the focal point of the room. A big statement poster is also a good idea, or try placing two larger prints next to each other for an elegant look.

A touch of luxe. A dark room looks great with gold details, adding a luxurious touch to the space. Choose gold frames to match your art prints and incorporate gold with other home accessories, too.

Monochrome art. When it comes to choosing art for this trend, the answer is simple: go for black and white! Also, don’t miss out on our new abstract styles in darker tints and with gold foil stamping.

ART LIFE

Fall Arts Trends

Artsy and full of color, Art Life features a rainbow palette of bright and bold colors to choose from. Pick one color and use it as an accent in your home or go all out, mixing and matching from the entire palette as you go. There are no rules!

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Colorful art. This bold color trend is reflected in our fall art drop with prints featuring bright yellows, reds, greens and oranges. A quirky mix of art prints will bring tons of personality to your home!

Explore your style. This trend is all about letting your personality shine! When choosing your art picks, don’t take it too seriously – just choose the posters that speak to you! Think of your walls like an art exhibition – playful and unique art prints set the tone.

Create a perfect pair. Make a statement with this trend by choosing two art prints you love and pairing them together. Your perfect pair will look great above a sideboard or in a hallway, creating a focal point in the room. Try choosing prints that are tone-on-tone or alternatively, contrast colors. If you’re looking to add a lot of color, try creating a rainbow effect with the art prints you choose.

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