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Living Rooms Decorated With Fall Colors

Rich, earthy tones and pops of orange imbue these rooms with a cozy autumnal feel.
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By Colleen Egan, Architectural Digest.

Rich, earthy tones and pops of orange imbue these rooms with a cozy autumnal feel.

(photo: Phillippe de Givenchy for Taffin)

Shades of orange and red accent jewelry designer James Taffin de Givenchy's [Manhattan showroom](, including the sitting area.

(photo: Derry Moore)

The living room of designer Tino Zervudachi's Paris apartment is decorated with doors painted in a faux-tortoise pattern, Cognac-color silk curtains with brown velvet trim, and a pair of 1940s Jansen armchairs; between the windows, a sculpture by Luiza Miller stands in front of a gouache by Joseph Beuys.

(photo: Roger Davies)

Designer Thomas Jayne convinced the owners of this Philadelphia home to line the living room walls in a chocolate-brown Holland & Sherry cotton, providing a distinctive backdrop for the large Chuck Close portrait Bill and other artworks.

(photo: Joshua McHugh)

In this historic Boston townhouse, decorated by Wells & Fox, features a Christopher Wool painting; the custom-made armchairs in the bay window are clad in a Claremont fabric.

(photo: Pieter Estersohn)

Snuff-brown silk covers the walls of a living area of fashion designer and art collector Kasper's Manhattan apartment. The space is largely given over to his collection of Old Master paintings and drawings.

(photo: Joshua McHugh)

In the library of this Kansas City, Missouri, apartment, a Williams-Sonoma Home daybed accesses two seating areas; the polished-nickel floor lamp, at right, and the brown wall paint are both by Restoration Hardware.

(photo: Joshua McHugh)

Abstract '70s silkscreens hang above the sofa in Richard Lambertson and John Truex's Manhattan apartment; the walls are painted in Tanner's Brown by Farrow & Ball.

(photo: Derry Moore)

A '40s sunflower mirror in distressed gold leaf hangs above the living room fireplace in this French farmhouse that was overhauled by Jean-Louis Deniot and his sister, Virginie Deniot.

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