If only because they're more difficult and expensive to change, home trends tend to move much more slowly than fashion trends. But even though you probably don't want to update your whole house every season, you might find yourself drawn to particular fall fashion trends, and there's no reason you can't incorporate touches of those trends into your home decor. Here are five 2018 fall fashion trends worth checking out for home decor inspiration.
"Plaid for fall? Groundbreaking," would be the response from The Devil Wears Prada's Miranda Priestly in response to this fall fashion trend. It may be a trend that seems to come around every year, but there's no denying that it's particularly strong this year.
Flannel plaid is perfect for getting cozy in clothing or blanket form.
This windowpane plaid chair is a classic that won't need to be switched out for the spring season.
2. Crystal Sparkles
Designers sprinkled crystals on everything from shoes to hair accessories for fall 2018.
A crystal lamp is a relatively easy way to add a bit of old-fashioned glamour to a room.
If you're ready for a bigger commitment, hang a crystal pendant light.
3. Animal print
Leopard, zebra, cow, and snake print are all on-trend for fall 2018, and the easiest way to incorporate them into your decor is with throw pillows.
But there are bolder options, too.
If you're ready for a lot of leopard, this patterned rug would certainly make a statement.
Faux snakeskin trays come in multiple colors to match your room.
It's not for everyone, but maybe you're ready to make a statement with a faux snakeskin chair.
4. Pastel blue
Though pastels are usually spring colors, this year pastel blue had a strong showing for fall.
If you think that pastel blue is the new Millennial pink as far as you're concerned, you might want to go for a whole sectional.
5. Scarf prints
Classic scarves are relatively easy to find at thrift stores, and while it would be pretty easy to turn one into a pillow, another option is to hang it on your wall. You can frame it yourself with a guide like this one, or get a service like Framebridge to do it for you.
Will you try any (or all?!) of these fall 2018 fashion trends in your home, or will you stick to wearing them?