Sneak Peek: West Elm’s Fall Collection

Happy near-weekend, friends! What summer fun do you have planned for this Thursday? We’re working away on location at a print shoot for Exquisite Weddings Magazine today, fine-tuning lots of glorious summer details for our clients and their events {think breezy fabrics, killer gourmet menus, decadent summer desserts and amazing entertainment} and trying to soak up every moment of summer. We’re also secretly plotting just a bit for fall. Just a wee bit. We know, summer just arrived, but with what we do we’re always one step ahead with our print magazine shoots and client work, planning for the next season.

So we were excited when our friends at west elm sent the Graphite and Parsons Fall preview our way to share with you. The rich earthen tones, the hearty fabrics and the dreamy patterns signal a cozy season is upon us.

Each season a space can be totally transformed so easily by just swapping out an over sized rug, throw pillows or an anchor chair as a focal point in a room.

Swap out an old duvet with a fresh print and a new throw blankets and rearrange a bookshelf with a few new knick knacks. These simple decor tricks can make a world of difference in cozying up or changing your space for the seasons.What we love in this collection: the neutral palette with rich textures. Doesn’t it just call to you to curl up in on a rainy Sunday with a good book?

Which piece would you welcome into your home for fall? We’re so smitten with them all, but this Graham Glider is a perfect anchor.

Thanks to west elm for sending this preview our way! You can purchase these items the second week of July. Cheers and happy near-weekend!

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Comments

  1. Gina says

    I LOVE the carved side table next to the Graham Glider- I might have to check out both! Thanks for the heads up.

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