Pacaso Reveals Interior Design Trends Hitting Interiors This Fall

SAN FRANCISCO, August 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — pacaso, the leading tech real estate marketplace that helps people buy and become co-owners of a luxury second home, today unveiled the predicted trends to see in home interiors this fall. Setting the standard for second home design, Pacaso is committed to creating luxurious spaces that complement each home’s unique style and location, while providing homeowners with functional and welcoming interiors.

“Living spaces should be inviting and warm, while tastefully incorporating vibrant decor, locally inspired features and furnishings that meet the specific needs of those who inhabit the spaces,” said the design director of interior of Pacaso. Lynne Tocchet. “Thoughtful designs using subdued fall colors to create a peaceful environment, and vintage pieces from decades past to evoke interest and personality, are among the trends we see emerging this fall.”

With home essentials, a wide variety of functional features and inviting living spaces, every Pacaso home is Certified design to facilitate hassle-free memorable family moments. From expert interior design and on-going management, to dedicated local support and equitable app-based planning, Pacaso makes second home ownership simple and turnkey.

Identified by Pacaso’s in-house team of design experts, the upcoming fall trends are:

Soft shades

Softer color hues are making their soft entrance this fall. Gone are the days of amber, burnt orange, or shades of purple defining fall, as we expect to see pastel versions of green, blue, and lilac emerge as fall 2022 favorites. Driven by the need for tranquility and the need for more color, we’re seeing more interiors looking to strike the right balance this season.

Vintage atmosphere

The use of vintage decor, accents and furniture is a dynamic trend that continues to gain traction. Vintage pieces satisfy the desire we have to give personality to our spaces and interest to our surroundings. Whether it’s driven by revisiting a memory or simply a passion for something unique, this trend is a fresh and welcome change. Note: Each individual has their own decade to consider as “vintage”.

Texture and dimension

Texture and movement in a room are no longer just for fabric patterns or rugs. This fall, we’re looking for something other than a vanilla box as the interiors invite more experimentation. Unconventional elements that should pop include dimensional wood on a wall or ceiling, textured wallpaper as an accent somewhere unexpected, and accessory pillows that don’t traditionally match to create a sense of depth in a space.

To view available Pacaso listings and find out more about second home co-ownership, go to pacaso.com.

About Pacaso

Pacaso® is a technology marketplace that modernizes real estate co-ownership to make owning a second home possible and enjoyable for more people. Pacaso curates luxury listings with high-end amenities and high-end contemporary interior design, offers ⅛ to ½ ownership with integrated financing, and after purchase professionally manages the home and supports seamless resale. Co-founded by Austin Allison and Spencer Rascoff in 2020, Pacaso operates in major second home destinations around the world. Pacaso has been certified as Great place to work and is recognized as one of Glassdoor 2022 Best Workplaces.

For more information on Pacaso and to view listings of luxury second homes, visit pacaso.com or download the Pacaso app to android Where iPhone. You can also follow Pacaso on social media @PacasoHomes on Twitter, instagram, Facebook and Youtube or @Pacaso_Homes on ICT Tac.

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