Pantone has spoken, and the color of the year is a far cry from last year’s Radiant Orchid! This year’s winning shade is described as “a naturally robust and earthy wine red color”, and has a fitting name to boot: Marsala. This beautiful color is a cross between a cool burgundy and a warm terracotta. We can’t wait to see how designers and decorators use this color in the coming year!
We love this color paired with a light blue for an unexpected contrast.
A perfect color to use in your winter wedding palette, this rich red screams to be seen against a snowscape.
Designer, Elie Saab, is right on trend with this beautiful ombre gown.
A romantic color for dresses, we’re expecting to see this color pop up throughout the holiday season!
Keep your loved ones warm with a cozy and creative gift this year! We updated a basic blanket with a smattering of luxurious fur pompoms to give an ordinary blanket a quirky edge. For added fun, attach the pompoms to the corners of a matching throw pillow for a comfy and cute set!What You’ll Need:
Large fur pompoms
Small fur pompoms
Needle and thread
1. Lay out your blanket. Place the large pompoms out first toward the edge of the blanket. Cut the elastic cord on the fur pompom.
2. Sew pompoms into the areas you chose. 3. Fill in the other spaces with the smaller pompoms. Cut the elastic cord. Sew in place.
We’re hoping you all have a fantastic Thanksgiving, and get to spend the evening with the people you love most! Happy Thanksgiving from M&J Trimming!
Looking for a unique DIY gift to make for a loved one this holiday season? Why not a clock? These clock DIYs are great for the chronically late and the decor obsessed! And there’s definitely a style here for everyone!
This celestial clock is great for any stargazers you know! You can always replace the moon image with any other. What about a fruit, or a basketball for the sports-obsessed?
Who knew a wooden platter could make such a cool, minimalist clock? This would look great in a kitchen!
This rustic clock DIY looks like a million bucks but will cost you a lot loss!
The stain adds a funky design element to this cool clock DIY!
Upgrade an inexpensive clock with a leather belt!
When it comes to adding decor elements to your home that are both stylish AND functional or adding an accent to your outfit that looks chic while also helping you get through the day, we look to the timepiece. Whether a clock or a watch, these timely pieces will never go out of style no matter how digital we become. Check out this inspirational items that will have you hoping someone asks you for the time!
When it comes to DIY decorating for the holidays, some of us are already too overwhelmed with food and party prep that we can’t even wrap our heads around making elaborate DIY creations. No need to worry! These DIYs are easy to make, and stylish to boot! So if you have an hour to spare, you can probably knock out all of these projects, and make your home ready for fall hosting.This autumn garland from Decor Envy is a stunner, and takes about 10 minutes to make! Quick, simple, and sparkly!
Who knew popcorn could look so festive? This simple and inexpensive DIY from Passionate Penny Pincher celebrates the harvest season with the ultimate movie snack as the main “ingredient”.
All this DIY from A Night Owl calls for is a few wood slices, some paint, and a few extras to really make your “pumpkin” pop!
This pinecone garland from The Sweetest Occasion is not only simple and sweet, it will take you right through the winter holidays too!
When it comes to fall colors, there’s one that is almost always in our homes, on our feet, and dominating the landscape. We’re talking about a neutral that goes with almost everything, and imparts an undeniable classic flair: cognac. The color is like its namesake; woodsy and warm with a hint of masculinity.
Cognac is the perfect shade of brown for leather accessories like bags and boots. A pair of cognac boots and skinny dark-wash jeans are a match made in heaven for fall.
Want to make your home feel cozy, rugged, and also somehow luxurious? Enter the cognac leather couch. This warm color makes your home inviting, especially when used on such a statement piece in the room.
While cognac may seem to take a backseat to other fall wedding colors, don’t be fooled! This beautiful brown makes its way into wedding decor through leather and wooden accents.
Looking for the perfect gift for your holiday host? This DIY is the perfect last minute present that is sure to dazzle! These lace votive holders will set the cozy mood for any soiree, and they may even use them for the party as soon as they get them!
What You’ll Need:
Glass Votive Holders
4” Fine Metallic Lace
Small candles1. Wrap your lace around the candle holder.
2. Measure and cut.
3. Cut one edge off of the lace trim so that the bottom is relatively flat.
4. Add glue to your lace and gently wrap it around the votive. Place on candle holder carefully, and let it dry.
These polka dot napkins from Freut Cake are great for the playful party host because is there a pattern that’s more playful than polka dots? Nope.
The perfect gift for that host who loves to match, this geometric embroidered set is the stuff of their pattern-obsessed dreams!
These watercolor mugs from Poppy Talk are perfect for the high-energy host. They need to get their fuel from somewhere, right?
These cement votive holders from Say Yes are great for those who like their space industrial with a feminine touch, or for a new couple who are still trying to figure out how to balance his stuff v. her stuff.
A DIY gift for the DIYer? Check. A tiny DIY terrarium kit is all they need to get their green thumb and creativity going!
Halloween may be over, but we’re still very much in the middle of fall! So pack away those scary pumpkins and embrace the colors of fall by adding some foliage to your decor! An unusual palette for fall, this centerpiece still draws in the bright yellows and greens of the season.
This fall wreath captures the rich colors of fall perfectly!
Like your seasonal decor minimal? Highlight the beauty of individual leaves by pressing them into frames!Fall foliage looks pretty great in gold. Learn how to make this mobile yourself on the Free People blog!
Or just let the leaves speak for themselves by putting cut branches in a large vase!