New season, new stuff. When fall arrives, it comes with an explosion of cool weather clothing and back-to-school essentials. And as we ready our wardrobes with sweaters and boots, we’re also prepping our spaces for a seasonal change. Luckily, our favorite home decor shops are stocked with their latest goods. But if you’re trying to add some fashionable flair to your space this fall, the freshest designer decor collaborations are the place to go. From online to in-store, these exciting collabs are the ones to know right now.
Need we say more? The design powerhouse returns with another spot-on Target collection. We love how he’s adapting summery textures like rattan for fall by adding black accents. And his gilded marble pieces look far more luxe than their modest price tags. Go ahead, treat yourself.
Domino is a go-to for design tips and decor shopping. Now they’re even better thanks to a recent collaboration with the Company Store. Made with the softest, natural materials, the new line of bedding and textiles is well-priced, insanely comfortable, and classic.
Erin Fetherston is already known for her bold femininity in fashion, but now the designer has taken to home decor. Her debut collection with interior design brand Fragments Identity was born as she decorated her own L.A. home in all-white, highly textured fabrics. And now, you can bring her impeccable style to your place.
Patterns abound at Kelly Behun’s Barneys New York pop-up shop. Drawing inspiration from the Pattern and Decoration Movement of the late 1970s and 80s, the designer melds conceptual art and functional design, creating a quirky collection of home goods that add a pop of fun for fall.
Malene B. is a world traveler, cultural enthusiast, and a carpet designer with a brand new collection for Kravet. Hand-knotted in Nepal, the Tibetan carpets feature a range of natural tones and draw inspiration from earthy materials like rocks and ocean waves.
Though it launched earlier this summer, we’re still hung up on Commune Design’s collection for West Elm. The understated hues, shiny metals, and soft fabrics—including a shearling chair—make excellent transitional pieces for fall. Plus, a bunch of the products are currently on sale. Major win.
Marcel Wanders takes artful design to another level. He’s recently had works on view at the Centre Pompidou Museum in Paris, created an art publication on the Masters of the Dutch Golden Age, and now he’s released a collection of circus-inspired tabletop decor for Alessi. The playful warm hues feel perfectly on trend for fall.