‘Your house becomes your story’: Fall décor gets personal in 2021

Two hot textural materials, rattan and jute, have moved from the porch and storage closet to just about every room in the home in the form of furniture and accessories. Crate & Barrel channels the 1930s with the curved-edge Anaise bedroom set. (Crate & Barrel via AP)

One of Bertazzoni’s red ranges. (Bertazzoni/via AP)

This photo provided by Upstate Rug Supply shows a selection of Navajo rugs. (Christian Harder/Upstate Rug Supply via AP)

This photo provided by Albany Park shows the Ekaabo seating collection. Albany Park’s founder Darryl Sharpton drew on his Nigerian heritage to create his Ekaabo seating collection. The name means ‘welcome home’, and the velvet upholstery’s dynamic blue, orange and burgundy graphics echo West African design. (Melissa Fitzgerald/Albany Park via AP)

This photo provided by Graham & Brown shows a sample of Carnival wallpaper. Carnival and Retro Brights wallpaper patterns bring modernist graphics into living spaces, and serve as wall art of their own. The company has a collection of exuberant floral patterns as well that reflect the trend toward bolder wallcoverings. (Graham & Brown via AP)

A sample of Retro Brights wallpaper. (Graham & Brown/ via AP)

As fall nesting season returns, home décor retailers are presenting collections that reflect the idea that home is where our hearts and heads are.