Fall’s definitely here, with winter just around the corner. It’s the time of year when you want to make your main living spaces as comfortable and as cozy as possible, because you’re spending more time inside. Decorating your home for the fall doesn’t have to be an expensive task – you can find great décor no matter your budget (we found items ranging from $5 to $500). We’ve gathered some ideas to get you started – and will look good all year round:
Woodland animal accents are still very much on-trend this season, and this adorable squirrel figure from Threshold is no exception. It’s made of polyresin that looks like wood, which means you won’t have to worry about the kids damaging it.
The chillier nights mean it’s time to get out the throw blankets. This one, a slight chevron weave in organic cotton, is in a warm orange hue that’s very much in fashion this fall.
Imagine this round basket bowl from the Container Store filled with red apples, sitting on your coffee table. It’s a great homey touch! (Plus, it’s always nice to have décor you can snack on.)
When it’s time to bring out the throws, it’s also time to bring out some accent pillows in more appropriate fabrics for the season. This striped velvet pillow would do the trick nicely. It complements the orange of the throw and introduces a hint of green, teal, and purple, which are some of the more unusual on-trend colors for fall this year.
Not many people think to do it, but a great way to reflect the season in your living space is to change out the wall art. Etsy is a great place to find quality art at inexpensive prices, which makes changing your art every few months totally doable. This photograph brings the colorful splendor of fall indoors. Imagine it with a rustic wooden frame!
You won’t always want to change out your light fixtures to reflect the seasons, but, when it comes to casting a cozy glow, who could resist this Moravian star pendant from the Pottery Barn?
If replacing your light fixture seems like too much of commitment, get the same kind of geometric glow from this $5 red ruby glass candle holder. At that price, you can afford to arrange several of them on the mantel or a side table.