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9 Simple Fall Home Decor Tips

Mary Ellen Vanaken

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Aug 18 4 minutes read


1)Put Out Extra Blankets. A little extra "cozy" never hurt anyone! Here, a simple rolled blanket makes for a charming addition to a guest bedroom or living room.
2)Place Pumpkins Around Every Corner. Every area of your home deserves a chance to get in on the fall action! Even this less-trafficked corner feels comfy-cozy thanks to the addition of a few white pumpkins.

3) Start Your Centerpiece Early. Who says over-the-top centerpieces have to be reserved for special occasions and holidays? This one can be left on your table all season long for just a little extra seasonal charm.

4). Lay Up Every Nook and Cranny. When paired with plaids and stripes, this reading nook's subtle pops of cinnamon give off major fall vibes. As temps start to drop, expect this to be the most popular indoor hangout spot of the season.

5) Get Your Deck Ready. Say goodbye to bug bites and sweaty nights. Restyle your outdoor space for chillier months by investing in an outdoor fire pit. Just keep plenty of blankets and firewood nearby as the weather cools down.

6) Add Texture to Your Beds. An easy way to transition a neutral bedroom from summer to fall? Add a dark fur throw. It'll be the best cuddle buddy you've ever had.

7) Add Window Wreaths. Dress up doors, windows, an empty nook, or bare wall with a festive wreath. Pieces featuring apples, cobs of corn, or autumnal flowers will breath some seasonal life into your space.

8) Display Gourds in a New Way. You may have a jack-o'-lantern on the porch, but displaying some inside especially when elevated on cake stands, a nod to their eventual conversion to a holiday treat.

9) Create a Pumpkin Trail. A walkway lined with an eclectic assortment of pumpkins sets the tone for fall decor.


1)Put Out Extra Blankets.


 A little extra "cozy" never hurt anyone! Here, a simple rolled blanket makes for a charming addition to a guest bedroom or living room.

2)Place Pumpkins Around Every Corner. 


Every area of your home deserves a chance to get in on the fall action! Even this less-trafficked corner feels comfy-cozy thanks to the addition of a few white pumpkins.

3) Start Your Centerpiece Early. 


Who says over-the-top centerpieces have to be reserved for special occasions and holidays? This one can be left on your table all season long for just a little extra seasonal charm.

4). Play Up Every Nook and Cranny. 


When paired with plaids and stripes, this reading nook's subtle pops of cinnamon give off major fall vibes. As temps start to drop, expect this to be the most popular indoor hangout spot of the season.

5) Get Your Deck Ready. 


Say goodbye to bug bites and sweaty nights. Restyle your outdoor space for chillier months by investing in an outdoor fire pit. Just keep plenty of blankets and firewood nearby as the weather cools down.

6) Add Texture to Your Beds. 


An easy way to transition a neutral bedroom from summer to fall? Add a dark fur throw. It'll be the best cuddle buddy you've ever had.

7) Add Window Wreaths. 


Dress up doors, windows, an empty nook, or bare wall with a festive wreath. Pieces featuring apples, cobs of corn, or autumnal flowers will breath some seasonal life into your space.

8) Display Gourds in a New Way. 


You may have a jack-o'-lantern on the porch, but displaying some inside especially when elevated on cake stands, a nod to their eventual conversion to a holiday treat.

9) Create a Pumpkin Trail. 


A walkway lined with an eclectic assortment of pumpkins sets the tone for fall decor

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