November is a month of firsts: the first frost, building your first fire in the fireplace, the first major holiday to start the holiday season, and a shift towards warmer beverages. You spend your days looking forward to the first morning pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks, hot cocoa for the kids after gymnastics, and some mulled cider or warm sangria in front of a roaring fire.
Mulled cider is both a trend we love and this month’s color watch; interior designers have been embracing the gorgeous amber hue and updating their interiors for fall in everything from paint color to throw pillows, hardwood flooring and cut-and-bound rugs.
Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite mulled cider inspired décor:
Talk about a statement piece! We love this oversized vintage armchair in mulled cider; the amber hue would make a beautiful addition to any autumn-inspired décor.
These swatches of our hardwood and laminate flooring with ArmorMax finish feature slight variations of the gorgeous amber color. Our timeless hardwood and laminate flooring, in Hickory Amber, Amber Oak, and Light Amber Maple, has tremendous character and brings that classic look and feel to any room in your home.
Complement a room full of neutrals with knick-knacks in mulled cider, accent pillows, or artwork glowing with that warm orange and yellow color. We love this whimsical painting, the colors almost bursting off the canvas.
Add warmth to any room in your home with a custom cut-and-bound SmartStrand Forever Clean carpet in Amber Dusk or Nature Baked Amber. Turn that prime spot in front of the fireplace or underneath your dining room table into a comfortable, inviting place for the whole family to relax and drink mugs of mulled cider.
Finally, painting a focal wall a bold color like this Benjamin Moore paint in Brilliant Amber, while pairing it will neutral tile and fixtures in white or nickel, brings a warm and inviting feel to the bathroom.
What do you think about decorating with mulled cider? Would you decorate an entire room with the color, or prefer to use it sparingly as a cut-and-bound rug or in accent pieces? Let us know in the comments!