5 Trending Homes Looks from Pinterest

There’s a few looks that are definitely trending on our Pinterest boards this month. The change of seasons is ushering in a craving for rich, warm spaces and simple fall and Halloween decor ideas. We’ve picked a few follower favorites to share. Pin your favorites to your own Pinterest board and follow along with us on Pinterest and Instagram to keep up on trending design, new projects, and all the looks catching our eye. Take a look!

Warm Neutrals

Light and Dwell

This kitchens makes a great case for warming up your cabinetry. Taupes and creams are trending. This perfect putty color is Sherwin Williams Naturel. See more of the space here.

Simple Seasonal Decor

Loi Thai

Simple but festive fall decor is a favorite. A pile of pumpkins is affordable, fun, and leaves you with no decorations to store after the season is over. We love this statement making pairing of vibrant orange pumpkins and early fall limelight hydrangeas. The look pops in front of the crisp white home.

Black Bathroom + Zellige

Jean Stoffer Design

You might think a dark bathroom would feel lonely and cold, but black is actually a beautiful neutral that can feel cozy and intimate. Especially if the dark wall is created from hand-crafted zellige tile. The look is so rich and full of dimension.

Black Framed Door

Macallan Custom Homes

Everything about this Atlanta home is dreamy, but we are noticing the industrial black framed door. The modern look on the otherwise traditional design makes a statement. Many clients have asked us if they can mix black and white door and windows. Yes!

Stone Interior Walls

Sean Anderson Design

Stone walls creates a warm rustic vibe in a modern home. The look is best when the rich organic look of stone is paired with clean lines for contrast, mixed woods for warmth, black accents that add chic drama, and ties in with exterior stone for a true blend of indoor and outdoor spaces.

Loving these looks too? Follow along with us on Pinterest and Instagram to keep up on all the spaces catching our eye.


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