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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas for an Autumn Palette

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas for an Autumn Palette

October 5, 2018

Golden hues, textured walls, and sink-into-comfort seating are just right for the cocooning season ahead. See five of the Remodelista editors’ favorite design ideas for an autumn palette:

Paint Splatters

Above: Chairs called “Ginger” and “Fred” from the Frank collection by Rolf Sachs sport a playful paint splatter pattern.

Kristina spots a trend; see more in 10 Ways to Decorate with Paint Splatters.

Coral Bed Linens

Merci&#8\2\17;s Pre-Washed Linen Duvet Cover in Coral is €\160.
Above: Merci’s Pre-Washed Linen Duvet Cover in Coral is €160.

“With soulful interiors and floaty, romantic curtains,” a bedroom at Casa Privata in Italy is “straight out of a Michelangelo Antonioni film,” writes Alexa. See more in this week’s Steal This Look post.

Tadelakt Plaster

Above: Architect Elizabeth Roberts opted to coat the living room fireplace surround in tadelakt for added texture. Photograph by Dustin Aksland, courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts, from A Warm, Minimalist Duplex in Brooklyn by Architect Elizabeth Roberts.

“Tadelakt is a traditional Moroccan wall surfacing technique composed of lime plaster and black soap made from olives,” writes Meredith. Among its many benefits: no grout, no seams, and it’s naturally mold and mildew resistant. Read more in this week’s Remodeling 101 post.

Building-Block Sofas

Blu Dot’s Cleon Sectional Sofa is available as components, armchairs, and ottomans in three different upholstery options. The Cleon Medium Sectional Sofa, shown, is \$3,\299 at Blu Dot.
Above: Blu Dot’s Cleon Sectional Sofa is available as components, armchairs, and ottomans in three different upholstery options. The Cleon Medium Sectional Sofa, shown, is $3,299 at Blu Dot.

Modular sectional sofas “are designed to be separated, stacked, arranged, and rearranged. They function particularly well for the indecisive designer, frequent remodeler, or a family of climbers and fort builders,” writes Alexa. Read more in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

Paint Trends: Matching Trim

Above: Wife and husband architect team Zoe Chan Eayrs and Merlin Eayrs matched the paint color on the trim to the Verde Luana green marble in the bath of their own home in London. Photograph by Michael Sinclair, courtesy of Chan + Eayrs.

See more of this project (and more moody green trim throughout the house) in The Design Is in the Details: The Weavers House, Chan + Eayrs’ Huguenot-Inspired Oasis in London.

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