The season of apples, and leaves, and cosy sweaters is upon us. With fall right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about fall decorations and aesthetics that will make your autumn home a cosy sanctuary.
1. Farmhouse-Style Fall
If you’re into the rustic theme, cozy up your house with a farmhouse-style theme. An easy way to embrace the fall farmhouse look is to get to work on your front porch.
If you don’t have one already, consider investing in a rustic-style rocking chair, add some throw pillows, and a cozy throw.
All you’ll need are some pumpkins and mums, and your fall porch will be ready for many cozy chats and rocks.
2. Mid-Century Autumn Home
Do you love the mid-century furniture vibe? If you’re struggling with how to make your house autumn-ready while staying on theme, there are lots of great options for mid-century fall.
Add warm colours, soft fabrics, and easy accents that embrace fall.
There’s also the option of adding vintage Halloween pictures into some of your mid-century frames for a little extra spookiness.
3. Boho Fall Decorating Ideas
A perfect way to incorporate fall into your home is by adding warm colours to your furniture. The top 2020 autumn colours are red tones, golden hues, olive green, and even blues.
One of the quintessential boho styles is to add ottomans and pouffes to make your home one that makes people feel comfortable to lounge. Incorporate a new piece that has a rich golden tone, or an olive green.
4. Autumn Cottage Theme
Cottages are already cozy spaces, just add the newly changing leaves, and your country cottage will be your ultimate sanctuary this season.
Fall is a time when the beauty of nature abounds, so consider bringing nature into your autumn cottage decor. Display autumn produce like squash and gourds. You could also bring in Indian corn, apples, pears, or colourful leaves.
5. City Chic Fall Theme
Are you looking to spice up your chic city apartment with some seasonal decor this fall? Most tiny apartments don’t have a front porch, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the seasonal spirit.
Create the ultimate fall centrepiece. No matter how small your apartment is, there should be a space on a table or a mantelpiece where you can create a gorgeous fall centrepiece.
When it comes to the centrepieces, think outside the box, and move beyond just flowers. You could include local fruits or vegetation, in addition to the flowers. Include all the colours of autumn.
The great thing about making a centrepiece with things other than just flowers is it will last longer, bringing the joys of fall to your dining table, entryway, or mantelpiece for weeks.
6. Trendy Blue Fall Theme
Hues of blue are on-trend in 2020. Furniture, accessories, wall colours, you name it, blue hues are making their debut.
If you’re looking to add some trendy hues of blue into your fall theme this year, read on for some fall decorating ideas.
- Pumpkins in shades of blue and green look fabulous if you want to move beyond the traditional orange pumpkins. A couple of pumpkins with a natural hue of blue include the Blue Lakota and the Blue Max pumpkin.
- Decorate your door with a gorgeous blue fall hydrangea wreath.
7. Minimalist Autumn Home
In today’s world, less is more. People are embracing more simplistic design and with it the trend of clutter-free, mid-century style.
How do you achieve that cozy, autumn-feel in your home without adding clutter? Believe it or not, it makes a huge difference to just switch out one thing.
For example, if you don’t want to create a whole new fall mantelpiece or shelf, don’t take everything off your shelf. Only replace one item. For instance, switch out spring and summer greenery with one simple pumpkin. If florals aren’t your thing, keep all your couch cushions, and replace one throw pillow with a fall colour or design.
8. Bold and Beautiful Fall Colours
Fall is all about colour, and it’s the key to having a gorgeous autumn home. If you’re looking to be bold, embrace brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows as your colour-palette.
Adding a bold, red accent will make a neutral room pop. Red throw pillows, table cloths, or napkins can all make an impact. If you’re looking to add more natural decor, add apples in a large bowl, or a vase with branches and berries.
You can’t go wrong with a pop of spectacular fall red.
9. Fall Florals Galore
If you don’t want to add any new furnishings or accessories, you can always add to your fall space by incorporating all the best seasonal flowers.
September is the perfect time for roses to grace your fall floral arrangements. In October it’s the time for dahlias and ridolfia segetum, which go lovely together.
Sometimes, festive florals are the only decor you need.
10. Spooky Fall Theme
Let’s face it, one of the most fun parts about the fall season is the fun and spooky nature of Halloween, or All Hallows Eve.
If your home has mid-century furniture or classic furnishings, spooky fits easily in. Add a skull, or a large goblet, even some fake spiderwebs, and you’re ready to set the spooky mood for a fun-filled Halloween time.
Start Decorating for Autumn Today
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