There's no better time to refresh your interior than fall. Whether you choose to layer accessories or experiment with rich hues that reflect the season, this collection of some of our favorite autumn-inspired rooms is packed with ideas.
A collection of art stands out against burnt orange walls in Antonello Radi's 16th-century Umbrian home. Antique mirrors, along with orange velvet chairs, lend a vintage flair to the space, which is complete with a 19th-century mantel.
While brick walls tend to feel cold, layers of rugs, throws and pillows, along with warm woods, make this living room design by Homepolish's Becky Shea feel cozy.
An 18th-century farm estate in the Hudson Valley features a library with antique Tennessee pine panels. To complement the wood paneled walls, a chair is draped in a linen and textiles from Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and Italy, and an antique Italian bench is covered in a 16th-century tapestry fragment. The bookcase light is by , and the 1929 pastel portrait is French.
For a family room in a Tribeca loft, a large, custom sectional is covered in deep grey and fabrics, which add warmth to the space. The cocktail table by and the chandelier by are both custom, the sconces are from , the curtains are of a fabric, and the carpet is by ; the walls are in a leather, the ceiling is painted in ’s Bison Brown, and the artwork is by .
In the São Miguel home of architect Luís Bernardo Brito e Abreu, caramel-colored 1960s chairs by Daciano da Costa complement the tones of the pine doors and oak dining table. The armoire is 18th-century Indo-Portuguese, the ceiling is Japanese cedar, and the flooring is local basalt.
Along with upholstered seating, floral wallpaper in a fall-appropriate green hue add personality to the grand salon of the Sonoma Valley lake house designed by Ken Fulk with the architect Ken Linsteadt. The vintage Edward Wormley sofa for Dunbar is in a fabric, the barstools have seats in a weave, and the dining table is from the . The custom chandeliers are by , and the floral wallcovering is by .
A ranch house in Upstate New York designed by
Ernest de la Torre features a mix of neutral tones for a cozy vibe. The family room’s sofa is by , the wooden chair carved in the style of came from a Paris flea market and the cocktail table by is from . The walls are sheathed in inlaid straw marquetry from Paris and the alpaca rug is by .
Architects Lance and Nicola Herbst ingeniously tucked their spacious weekend retreat amid a lush grove of exotic trees. In the living area of the house, designed in its entirety by the couple, the burnt orange sofa is a custom design, and the fireplace by is set in a custom-made steel cabinet. The pendant light is by and the walls are sheathed in black-stained western red cedar.
At a Georgian-style mansion in New York's Tuxedo Park, a 1920s light fixture by O.C. White Co. hangs above a George II mahogany table in the dining room, the chairs are custom made, and the console is from the 19th century. The 1897 seascape is by Paul Kuhstohs, and the portrait was found at a Paris flea market.
A barn doubles as a guest house on the property of Amanda Seyfried's weekend retreat in the Catskills. In the living area, an original wood-burning stove is backed by a wall of custom concrete tiles. The chair is vintage.
In a 19th-century San Francisco landmark home designed by , the kitchen features barstools by , a chandelier by Vilhelm Lauritzen and a kitchen island by .
Out in the English countryside, this 17th-century estate provides a cozy getaway year-round, but it is particularly welcoming in the fall. The stair hall features a hand-carved mantel above the glowing fireplace, and the armchairs are 19th-century Italian.
Hollywood honcho Brett Ratner created a cozy sitting area off his living room of his Beverly Hills house, using handsome leather club chairs and minimal pops of color.
Architect João Mansur let his imagination run wild while decorating his São Paulo home, recreating the feel of a historic library in this guest bedroom. A 17th-century Peruvian Cuzco School painting hangs above the bed. The Chinese painted wardrobe is antique and the bedside table and bookshelf wallpaper are by .
Soft, neutral hues interact to create serene and comfortable sleeping quarters in this Manhattan apartment designed by Robert Couturier. The room's walls are covered in a velvet by and the lamps are by Mauro Fabbro.
A forest-inspired mural enlivens the powder room of a California retreat updated by decorator Madeline Stuart. The mural is by Jean Horchata, the circa-1890 Tramp Art mirror is American and the stool is Chinese.
In the game room of Mary Lynn and Rusty Turner's Ketchum, Idaho residence, dark walls add warmth to the game room. Custom-made steel bookcases line the walls while the wood-and-iron chandelier and oak dining table are by .
Old world charm abounds in the dining room of Gérard Tremolet's 11th-century château in Normandy, France, with orange-red hues and an unassuming wood table evocative of autumn woods.
Off an entrance to Jemma Kidd's English country house, a boot room stores the family's fall outerwear and shoes. The painted cupboard was found at a Battersea antiques fair and a gun cabinet is used to store clothing.
A 1970s leather sofa and matching chairs punctuate 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno's moody sitting room in his Tuxedo Park house. The marble top of the cocktail table came from a Belgium chocolate factor and the camel sculptures were bought on . The walls are painted in .
At William Abranowicz and Andrea Raisfeld's home in Bedford, New York, a rustic screened porch doubles as a bedroom. The collection of transferware plates was purchased at yard sales, the bedding is by and the rocker is by . The walls are stained cedar.
The bunk room of a family's Idaho retreat is accented in rich shades of orange. The fir-paneled walls are painted in and the pillows are covered in . The curtains are of a linen by .
In this Northern California home, the dining room instantly welcomes with a warming green hue — specifically, Vermoulu 6 — and antique furniture. The chairs are from Mudpie, the French dining table is from and the table lamps are from . The chandelier is from .
This sophisticated Paris apartment belonging to designer Christopher Noto features a custom-made daybed and light fixture, bot showcasing warm red, in the entryway. The Chinese chair and side table are from the Qing Dynasty. The 1939 painting was discovered at a flea market in Paris, the 19th-century marble tiles came from a farmhouse and the walls are painted in .
In the living room of a cozy 1870 farmhouse, the custom sofa is covered in a cotton. The dhurrie is 19th century, the cocktail table is by and the Egyptian light fixture is from .
A luxurious throw only accents the enveloping atmosphere of this living room in a San Francisco home designed by Ken Fulk. The Regency sofa, upholstered in a silk, and midcentury club chair are Italian, and the 19th-century cocktail table is Chinese. The Regency armchairs are covered in a fabric by and the rug is Turkish. Meanwhile, the 18th-century inlaid secretary and 19th-century limestone mantel are English.
In a New York farmhouse retreat designed by James Huniford, the entry is marked by a red-orange Rene Richard painting by Rene Ricard hanging above a Queen Anne walnut lowboy.
The warmth of Tuscany is echoed in this elevated Italian kitchen that showcases a wood table and a floor with similarly warm hues. The chairs are Spanish, and the light fixture was made by Florentine craftsmen.
In the billiard room of an indisputably comfortable Utah home belonging to Ralph Lauren executive Buffy Birrittella, a 1920s Arts and Crafts light fixture hangs above a circa-1890 billiard table. The pillows are covered in vintage Navajo textiles and the the custom-made banquette is upholstered in a suede by .
In this French château, the attic family room's walls and ceiling are covered in a warm-hued, striped fabric by . The desk is 19th-century English, the floor cushions are Turkish and the rug is Persian.