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Trending on Remodelista: Autumn Interiors

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Trending on Remodelista: Autumn Interiors

October 22, 2021

Interesting foliage and dried blooms are every bit as effective as colorful summer cuttings when it comes to adding natural beauty to a room. Some examples this week from Remodelista:

Above: A burnt yellow bedspread and dried flowers channel the season’s beauty in Cassandra Ellis’s revitalized barn. Photograph via Light Locations, from Like Walking Through a Sonnet: A Serene East Sussex Barn by Cassandra Ellis.
A powder room with autumnal flair. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Required Reading: A Look Inside ‘Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity’.
Above: A powder room with autumnal flair. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Required Reading: A Look Inside ‘Workstead: Interiors of Beauty and Necessity’.
Artist George McCalman prefers desiccated blooms to fresh flowers. Photograph by Kelly Marshall, from Expert Advice: How to Throw a Dinner Party with Minimal Effort, from an SF Creative Director.
Above: Artist George McCalman prefers desiccated blooms to fresh flowers. Photograph by Kelly Marshall, from Expert Advice: How to Throw a Dinner Party with Minimal Effort, from an SF Creative Director.

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