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Copper and chalky black. The warmth of copper is always a welcome sight during the autumn months, and chalky black keeps the metallic vibe from looking too polished and sterile. The large copper sideboard is impressive, but this move may be easiest to incorporate with chalkboard paint and copper accents.
Charcoal and orchid. These deeply saturated hues look great next to the contrasting white. If you're looking for a great fall color pairing that will easily carry into winter, this may be the one. (I'm sorry to say the "W" word. I'll try not to do that again for a few weeks.)
Shadow plum and candy pink. This smokey purple looks great in a room flooded by the warm autumn sun. The jewel-toned pink, stronger than its pastel cousin, adds life and energy to the space.
Black and moss. The mossy green on the table may be difficult to see, but it looks great with the black hutch. Wooden tones throughout tie everything together.
Crisp apple and caramel. When deciding on a fall palette, take a hint from your favorite things about this time of year. Being a huge fan of candy apples, I immediately noticed that these two hues look great together.
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