Cute + Chic Fall Decor Ideas

We’re so sad that summertime is coming to an end but couldn’t be more excited for the new season. There’s just something about seeing the leaves change colors and feeling the autumn breeze. Get into the new season spirit with these four ways to decorate your home for fall.

 

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Copper Décor Items

Fake leaves and pumpkins aren’t the only items that add sugar and spice to your space in the fall. Just as copper mugs are the perfect way to display Moscow mules, copper features are a gorgeous way to highlight autumn décor in your home. Copper decorations add depth and a different color scheme to the room. It matches nicely with neutral colors, but also brings out a modern and simple vibe. Check out these adorable copper decorations that could upgrade any room.


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Using Autumn Colors

Yellows, reds and greens are the perfect accent when it comes to incorporating some autumn colors inside and outside your home. You can add some orange candles and multi-colored leaves to scatter on your dining room table. Or add a cute multi-colored leaf wreath to your door so people smile when they visit. Interested in making your own? Check out our DIY Fall Wreath blog post.

  

Adding Pumpkins and Squash

Pumpkin spice makes everything nice and we love decorating with pumpkins wherever we can! Whether you’re adding some fall colored pumpkins to the fireplace, doorstep or side table in your family room, just a little bit of color goes a long way. Also, you can make your own centerpiece or jazz up your shelves with some pumpkins, squash or colored leaves. Check out these beautiful and unique decorative pumpkins that are our faves!

 

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Blankets + Accent Pillows

As the cold weather comes in, this is the perfect time to stock up on blankets and pillows. Adding to your seasonal décor and staying warm – that sounds like a win-win to us. There are so many options you can choose from, but making your own blanket is so rewarding! Here is our DIY no-sew blanket blog post to help you get started.

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