Anna Roseman is a fantastic L.A. based interior designer and owner of AR Interiors. Inspired by various period cultures and elements, she loves to mix classic with innovative design. We caught up with Roseman to find out the hottest fall trends and much more.
How did you get involved in the interior design industry?
I started with a staging company about 15 years ago and fell in love with the speed of it and constant change of a new canvas each week. A few years later I ventured into private design and now I do a bit of both. I don’t like to call myself a designer, I’m a problem solver, it’s more of a math problem for me and it also happens to look pretty when I am done.
What’s your recommendation for transitioning someone’s home from Summer to Fall?
Adding throws and changing out pillows to more fall colors are an easy way to cozy up a space.
What are a few home design trends that people expect for this Fall?
Boucle and natural textures – people are really into mixing different textures, we see that with the explosion of the Jeanneret chair and the polar armchair by Royere and 4 poster beds, who knew.
Do you have a favorite furniture piece for the upcoming season?
A modern version of the boucle polar chair by Four hands: