An array of reds, oranges and pinks will add excitement to the fall palette. Powdered rose, ripe melon, spicy corals, sassy reds and complex wines appeal to our senses—the spicier the better.
(Stacy Garcia Fabric for LebaTex, Pattern: Pure)
That said, smokey, mysterious darks are still present. As we forecasted with our Dark Fairytale trend, off-blacks, deep hues of plum, blackberry, poisoned apple, and the established combination of indigo and black will continue to be popular.
(Stacy Garcia Observations Collection for LebaTex)
Will purple rise again? Up until the election in November we will be hit with a barrage of red and blue; purple becomes our neutral zone. This fall, purple has deep undertones and will be seen with mahogany.
(Stacy Garcia Philosopher Collection for LebaTex)
In contrast to the darks, we will see luminous, complex pastels. Translucency and fluidity are not only important characteristics of smoky darks, but their pastel counterparts as well. This spring we saw delicious mint, a frosty tint that was a mix between blue and green and lovely lavender, which signified freshness with refined edge. These tints will become more complex with hints of dust or warmth for the autumn season.
(Stacy Garcia Wallcovering for York, Pattern: Mystic Vine)
Stay true to blue this season with silvery, winter blue-greys, solid and sturdy true blues and denims, and fluid teals and cobalt. There will be a significant emphasis on thought-provoking and tranquil blues.
Rich, sophisticated tones are the combination to look for.
(Stacy Garcia Fabrics for LebaTex, Pattern: Moonshine)
Founder and CEO of the Stacy Garcia® lifestyle brand and LebaTex®, Inc. a Certified Women Owned Textile company, Stacy Garcia is a leader in hospitality design, respected for her inventive use of color. Stacy’s signature designs and knowledge of trends are informed by a rich history of working first-hand with major lifestyle and hospitality brands.