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September 17, 2013
This fall, we are loving neutral and organic tones. Take a look at some of these Dwell homes that really capture the concept of this trend and then check out some of our recommendations for incorporating neutrals and organics into your own home. See other fall design trends such as Warm Woods, Gold, Brass, & Copper Accents, and Comfortable Kitchens.
One of three separate seating areas.

KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALTO

Coffee shop and bakery owner Greg Martin kept baker’s hours to whip this chimerical Minneapolis building into a modern confection. The majority of the home is neutrals layered upon neutrals. Here we see one of three separate seating areas.

Photo by Cameron Wittig.

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The master bathroom departs from the cool tones used throughout the house in favor of warmer, neutral-toned marble tiling, which wraps around a large soaking tub.

KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALTO

Also in the Martin's home, the master bathroom departs from the cool tones used throughout the house in favor of warmer, neutral-toned marble tiling, which wraps around a large soaking tub.

Photo by Cameron Wittig.

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Originally appeared in Keep Your Eye on the Balto
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Modern kitchen with onyx kitchen island and wood slatted ceiling

WOOD HOUSE DINING ROOM

In the Auckland, New Zealand, house architect Michal O'Sullivan designed for a family of four, natural materials and neutral tones come together to create an inviting interior.

photo by: Emily Andrews

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Morijana Cups by Ceramik B

MORIJANA CUPS

With an organic aesthetic, the ceramic Morijana cups are minimalistic yet tactile. Offered in pleasing neutral hues, these curved cups are the perfect vessel for tea, coffee, or freshly squeezed juice and double as serving bowls for your favorite condiments or a dessert course.

Originally appeared in A More Natural Life
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Menswear striped sheets by Thomas O'brien

THOMAS O'BRIEN MENSWEAR STRIPE SHEET SET

Thomas O’Brien always has wonderful stuff for Target, but we especially like his classic sheet set. It would work as a great layered with other neutrals.

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HEATHER BEDDING

These are sheer simplicity in a muted tone. The heathered fabric offers a nice bit of texture in a neutral hue.

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CLASSIC CENTURY

Originally designed in 1952 by world-renowned designer Eva Zeisel, this timeless tabletop art makes a comeback in a creamy neutral. Each organic, elegant piece is a masterpiece of form and function.

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Sweetheart Teapot by Gaia & Gino

SWEETHEART TEAPOT

Created for Gaia & Gino by renowned Parisian designer Christian Ghion, this porcelain teapot has a voluptuous, organic silhouette that infuses a modern aesthetic with Turkish sensibilities.

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organic Terracotta Pendant lamp by Hand & Eye Studio

TERRACOTTA PENDANTS

Tactile and organic, these handmade pendants combine kiln-fired terra-cotta with a shiny, white porcelain glaze.

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FLORA JUTE RUG

Just hearing the word 'macrame' might evoke visions of groovy hemp wall decor and tasseled hanging plant holders, but not all knotty work is rooted in retro kitsch. Home decor ace Jonathan Adler has sophisticated the craft, and his jute rug is handwoven in an organic pattern that would add a nice bit of texture to a hardwood floor.

 

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GOLDIEHOME CIRCLE BED COLLECTION

Finding the right bedding is not an easy task. Too much busy print can take over the room, and too little can sometimes lack a little personality. The organic cotton bedding collections from Goldiehome strike a nice balance between style and comfort with neutral colors and soft textures, and lovely patterns that come in both circle and stripe.

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One of three separate seating areas.

KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALTO

Coffee shop and bakery owner Greg Martin kept baker’s hours to whip this chimerical Minneapolis building into a modern confection. The majority of the home is neutrals layered upon neutrals. Here we see one of three separate seating areas.

Photo by Cameron Wittig.

Photo by Cameron Wittig.

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