Fall Furniture Trends 2017
Every day is a reminder that fall is coming. Cooler nights. Less sun during the day. It’s fashionably what is experienced at the end of every summer – the days leading to fall. Retro Knox is offering many rich décor styles in Grand Rapids, Michigan, leading into fall. Here is a list of top furniture trends expecting to take over our living spaces this fall season:
Dark Chocolate and Reading Relaxation Nooks
Dark Chocolate is a popular color for this fall, along with comfortable reading nooks to retreat in after a long day. This leather chair ensemble exudes exactly what fall 2017 represents.
This BOHO grouping is the hot trend this season. Prints and floral with dark green will win every time over plain seating. Add that the material is velour and we’ve got ourselves a winning seating combination.
Pretty in Pink
This pink ottoman is so perfect for the season. Blushes are the driving force in fall décor, along with patterns to finish off the glorious look.
To think brass was something people shooed out of homes a few years back, but now it’s making a comeback! A touch of brass in a setting like this will make the room. Between the lamp and trophy, this set is a winning combination.
Outdoor Extended Season
In the northern states, fall stands for falling temperatures with cozy sitting areas that make us feel comfortable. This set keeps the wicker look in style from summer, and keeps it going for another season.
Retro Knox offers up unique Mid-Century Modern furniture, collectibles and art based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Delivering trending, one-of-a-kind, affordable furnishings home to your inside and outside spaces, Retro Knox offers vintage decor with name brands such as Herman Miller, Steelcase, Woodward, Henredon and many more. To schedule an appointment to walk through the 22,000 square feet of antiquing goodness, send us a message or call John Knox at 616.308.6767. Otherwise, visit us at our retail spaces at Archive Antiques on East Fulton in Uptown and Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New on Century Avenue SW in Grand Rapids.