GW Interiors Fall Trend Report

This fall, we see a dramatic chasm in trends, some that deliver exuberance and maximalist ideals, while others that are a return to a state of calm and nature. Both equally exciting. Both a chance to create colorful new expressions rooted in timeless design. Read the full report here.

We hope this season’s Trend Report inspires you to add color and style to your space in ways that feel personal to you, empowering you to become your own classic.

Color of the Season: Samoan Yellow 

No matter the weather pattern, sunnier days are here. Cheerful and enlightened, Samoan Sun is one that is prevalent well beyond emojis and Jean Patou’s new handbag collection. We’ll see this color used to its fullest extent as an accent wall or piece of statement furniture, while muted tones can create the same balmy effect in a more neutral palette. 

This, Not That                                                                                                                                                                                 

The world of interior design constantly evolves with new influences making their way into our spaces. This season, we see the ever-popular Modern Farmhouse being phased out for softer, rounded shapes and materials. Meanwhile, minimalist all-white schemes are being washed out with bold colors, pattern, the return of wallpaper.  

From The Library 


Elitis’ experimental wallpapers blur the lines between poetry and audacity, introducing unexpected materials like banana leaves and oxidized metals to create new ideas on our walls. 

Lauren Hwang New York

Inspired by nature and global cultures, Lauren Hwang New York offers a new modern luxury textile collection steeped in ethnic heritage with simplicity.


Fromental brings historical classicism and 18th Century Chinoiserie into the modern era with handmade, imaginative wallpapers in a distinctly British style. 

Rosemary Hallgarten 

Weaving traditional techniques of the local craftspeople with luxurious modern materials, Rosemary Hallgarten’s alpaca linen line is ideal for drapery, bedding, and accent upholstery.

The Gil Walsh Collection: Coming Soon 

Inspired by the worlds of fashion, art, and culture, The Gil Walsh Collection offers bold, yet versatile designs and fabrics to effortlessly add color and style to your home. Book an appointment to view samples of these collections at The Library at GW Interiors.

By The Numbers: The most searched for interior design trends of the season


A fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design which incorporates neutral color palettes and soft textures to create a calming environment


Inspired by pre-industrial homes featuring design elements like floral prints, natural materials, and indoor plants. 


A bold, eclectic style usually involving bold colors, plenty of texture, and wall art.

To learn more about emerging design trends, featured brands, or tips on how to use our color of the season, download the full Trend Report