15 Gorgeous Fall Color Schemes You're Going To Want To Copy

Decorating with pumpkins just wasn't cutting it for us.

Courtesy of

Bring on the reds, yellows, and oranges—the leaves are changing, and we're ready to up our color game. Even though they're insanely gorgeous year-round, these spaces feel particularly perfect for the autumn season. And don't worry if color scares you, we've got ways to make the vibrant tones feel totally subtle.

1 of 15
Courtesy of
Ruby

The easiest way to get your house fall-ready is by swapping out rugs from warmer, richer tones. The leaves are changing, your floor coverings should, too.

See more at .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
2 of 15
Courtesy of Zeke Ruelas for Emily Henderson Designs
Sage Green

A sage green couch paired with a light wood coffee table is giving us all the fall feels. To keep it feeling fresh, add in patterned pillows in vibrant, bright colors.

See more at .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
3 of 15
Courtesy of
Mustard

We get it—bold colors feel like a giant commitment you aren't sure you're ready to make. You don't have to paint your entire wall mustard, but you can at least handle a door. It's not quite DTR, but it's definitely a step above "hanging out."

See more at .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
4 of 15
Courtesy of Tessa Neustadt for Emily Henderson Designs
Scarlet

Scarlet red feels way less scary when it's only on a quarter of your walls, right? It's perfect in a guys room, especially when contrasted with blues.

See more at .

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
5 of 15
purple study
Annie Schlechter
Amethyst

Don't be afraid of purple. The jewel-toned color looks luxe on walls and carpet. Add in accent pops in lampshades and pillows to tie a room together.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
6 of 15
Stephen Kent Johnson
Peacock

While blue feels inherently summery, a blue/green peacock is richer for fall. Try it in a velvet tufted sofa to add a pop of color to your room.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
7 of 15
joshua greene living room
Peter Murdock
Dove Gray

If gray feels too dull for you, opt for a dove shade. It has pink or blue undertones, and is a way to stay neutral without looking too bland.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
8 of 15
living room
Eric Piasecki
Tangerine

Pops of saturated orange set off this bookcase's architectural details. It's bold, but doesn't feel overpowering when the rest of the space is kept white, light, and airy.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
9 of 15
iron chauvin lanterns
David Duncan Livingston
Burnt Orange

Burnt orange is a good compromise between red and orange. Though the shade is still vibrant, it's a little more muted and grounding.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
10 of 15
Christopher Sturman
Caramel

Caramel tones feel cozy on a bedroom wall. Add in whites and blues to liven the space up and keep it from feeling monochromatic.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
11 of 15
orange bedroom
Thomas Loof
Orange

A bright orange is energizing in a bedroom. Though it's a fall color, it's vibrant enough to work in the warmer months, too, so you don't have to constantly swap out bedding.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
12 of 15
lee jofa holland flamestitch walls
James Merrell
Garnet

A garnet dining room feels dramatic yet, at the same time, intimate. Keep paneling white so the room doesn't feel too dark as a whole.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
13 of 15
orange mudroom
Billy Cunningham
Persimmon

The rich color is perfect for a mudroom. It adds vibrancy, and works best in a space that merges the indoors and outdoors.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
14 of 15
Give visitors the royal treatment: a carafe of water, stacks of books and a bedside vase of blooms.
Paul Raeside
Terracotta

Terracotta is not only fall-approved, but it's also sleek and sophisticated. To break up walls, add oversized art.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
15 of 15
brown dining room chair
Eric Piasecki
Chocolate

Offset dark brown with cream and orange accents. It warms up the room and adds in even more fall tones.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below