Now that students have returned to school and Labor Day weekend is upon us, there is no doubt that summer has slipped away and autumn is now a reality. In our corner of the world, autumn usually means warmer weather (Indian summer), but we still have evidence of a new season through the changing color of the flora.
There is nothing more sumptuous as a traditional autumn palette of colors. These colors of rust, bronze, ochre, apricot and the like conjure up the exotic and make for a wealth of inspiration.
Here are some inspirational possibilities for an “Exotic Autumn”:
A Rose Cumming fabric:
How about a unique Hermes scarf?
Or an elegant Pierre Frey fabric:
There are a plethora of inspirational choices, so go out and find your own ”Exotic Autumn”.
David J. Hansen
Photos from top:
1) Pierre Frey Anatolie fabric from the Pierre Frey web site
2) Dahlia photo by Lindsay Williams-Ross
3) Rose Cumming “Bird in Circle” fabric from Dessin Fournir web site
4) Klimt painting “Fullfilment” 1902
5) Missoni rugs from jrenee.com
6) Hermes scarf image from reimeika.ca web site
7) Kilim rug from vanishingtextiles.com