All year we patiently wait for fall to arrive so we can unpack our favorite sweaters and start ordering pumpkin spice lattes from our favorite coffee shops. These fall favorites are a must, but there are so many more ways to make the most out of fall and celebrate within the home. Read on for six ways to decorate the home with seasonal finds for fall.
Deck the Door
One of the best things about fall is undoubtedly Thanksgiving. A great way to put houseguests in the fall mood even before they step inside is a ‘Give Thanks’ doormat. This accessory will give your home a cozy and warm ambiance from the second you greet your guests. You can up the cheer even more by adding a “Happy Fall” themed wreath to really impress your friends and have the ultimate fall home. Check out this doormat from Wayfair or this festive wreath from Williams Sonoma here.
Move along flowers – pumpkins are here to stay! With pumpkins being the icon of autumn, what better way to celebrate than by putting them right in the middle of your kitchen table. Make sure you get all the seeds out and you’ll have a vase that you’ll love all season long. Read here for incredible pumpkin centerpiece inspiration.
Fall Throw Pillows and Blankets
To relish that cozy fall feeling, switch up your classic furry pillows for a fall classic. Everyone loves a good throw pillow, and having a fall inspired throw is a quick and easy seasonal transition. Transform the room by trading out pillows for plaids and stripes with red and orange for an autumnal vibe. Get obsessed with this adorable fall delivery pillow from Wayfair!
When the weather starts to cool, it’s officially snuggle weather, which means it’s time to cozy up with a festive throw blanket perfect for cuddling up with in bed or while watching TV. Nothing screams fall more than red or orange everywhere, which is why we suggest checking out this festive blanket from Amazon.
Create Chalkboard Artwork
One way to make the back-to-school craziness simpler is by adding a festive and creative chalkboard! Hang the chalkboard near the entryway and leave festive notes, inspiring messages or reminders. Complete this look with pinecones, moss and acorns lining the bottom. Get creative with this great example from Amazon here.
When thinking of decorating pumpkins, we usually picture a “scary” pumpkin, but there are many other adorable ways to have fun with pumpkins during the holiday season. Dress up your pumpkin with lace like this or check out some fun and creative ideas here that your kids are sure to love.