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Must-Have Fall Trends – Stripes & Plaids

For a fun and fresh look add stripes and plaids to your seasonal Fall decor! These are classic patterns that will never go out of style. If you have a lot of textural elements in your home, using a strong plaid or stripe can really ground the space. Keep reading for more uses of this classic pattern!

Stripes are a great way to incorporate a pop of color like on our Striped Apron. It’s got a green stripe.

Our Rattan Salad Servers are another great product to use in the kitchen. Stainless steel with rattan handles will go strong paired with the Striped Table Runner.

Or try the simple but beautiful Cinnamon Ticking Napkins. The gorgeous cinnamon orange color and white stripe makes it a classic must-have for your Fall Tablescape

Another beautiful piece featuring the classic Autumn orange is the Apricot Stripe Pillow Cover. This is a great way to add texture and brighten up a space.

I’m also loving black and white plaid like our pillow covers and neutral stripes like on our throws. The brown stripes on our Striped Throw with Tassels makes this a great fall throw for neutral or leather sofas and chairs.

The Alexander Pillow Cover, London Pillow Cover, and even the Bradford Pillow Cover bring in that classic black and white perfectly. They are an easy touch to your transitional Fall pieces. Take these pillow covers through each season. They help accent your seasonal colors that you want to pop.

Bring in more neutrals with these other great transitional pieces. Masculine and neutral, the Neutral Plaid Pillow Cover is the perfect backdrop for your pops of color! This traditional pattern makes a great pillow for Fall and Christmas!

Pair our Bradford Pillow Cover with the Cognac Leather Pillow Cover  for effortless chic. Or do our Combo Pillow that’s leather on one side and stripe on the other.

Stripes and ribbing are very similar. Like our Clay Vase. You can implement stripes by thinking outside the box, for example, our Kennedy Pillow Cover. It has an embossed stripe in the velvet (another must-have fall trend).

Stripes and plaids are a masculine pattern to offset otherwise feminine décor. Plaid and stripes are a nod to flannel which most people will immediately associate with Christmas. So using this as a transition to fall just makes sense! xo!

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