Is there any better feeling than the crisp days of early fall? Pumpkins appear everywhere, new fall decor lines the aisles of our favorite retailers, and there’s coziness in the air that makes us want to cuddle up with a book or movie next to our fireplace.
Whether you’re a girl who lives for Halloween and all the spooky decor that comes with it or a minimalist who incorporates just a few fall elements into her home, we’ve got you covered. We’re sharing the fall decor inspiration we want to emulate this year, so grab your favorite mug, fill it with some hot cider or cocoa, and get ready to be inspired!
We love a perfectly curated front porch with mums, pumpkins, and lanterns. But if we’re being honest, pumpkins aren’t cheap and don’t last all that long. So we are opting for faux pumpkins and gourds we can reuse year after year. If you were blessed with a green thumb, pick up some mums from your local grocery or hardware store. If not, there are beautiful stems you can buy that will fool the neighbors into thinking they’re real. To pull it all together, add a wreath and a doormat.
You don’t need to have a fireplace to reinvent this look, but we’re totally jealous if you do. Candles are a fall must-have, along with natural textures like faux flowers and stems. Add them to the top of your mantle if you have one or onto a shelf or coffee table. During the spooky days of fall, incorporate a skeleton and some bats for a display that captures the ~spirit~ of Halloween.
It’s time to take your entertaining inside now that the temperatures are cooling off. Use this as an opportunity to refresh your tablescape with tall candlesticks, assorted pumpkins, and seasonal linens. If you’ve been eying a new pie dish, you might as well add that to the cart so you can bake something yummy for your guests.
If you’re anything like us, you appreciate the look of clear countertops, but you like adding a few seasonal accents. How do you do that without making your kitchen feel cluttered? Keep it light. Swap out your summer dish towel with a subtle plaid or burnt orange shade, and add a few small accents like mini pumpkins, a wreath, and a seasonal candle.
It’s time to cozy up our bedrooms with natural textures, layers, and earth-toned accents. We are taking inspiration from this bedroom and putting away our bright white sheets for warm greys and beiges. Layer quilts, blankets, and pillows—even if your partner doesn’t understand why there are so many. Add some dried flowers or stems to your nightstand for a final seasonal touch.