I used to be the type who decorated for all seasons- typical decor that you would find for holidays and changes in temperature. If you look back in my old archives, you will find posts detailing how I decorated for Spring, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Summer, and so on. And while I still decorate for Christmas and a few other holidays, I now like to make subtle changes that reflect the seasons. For Fall, I like to add a lot of texture, fragrant greenery, and cozy blankets. I found all of the things I was looking for at At Home Stores– I am telling you, that place really is a one-stop-shop!
Here are the tried-and-true items that I love to incorporate for Fall:
Fall scented candles and hot toddies. As the weather gets a little cooler, I stop craving my typical rose wine and reach for something warm and strong. I also have been loving super musk-y candles with scents like cedar, patchouli, bergamot, etc.
Cozy knit throw blankets and textured baskets. I picked up this mustard pom-pom throw, along with a few other neutral blankets I can use for guests. The basket fits next to the sofa- and in the summer months, I’ll use it to hold shoes by the door.
Neutral flowers and greenery. Trader Joe’s is the best spot for picking up fresh blooms in my neighborhood, and I particularly love white roses and eucalyptus (plus, it smells so good!)
Textured or woven pillows. This is the easiest way to switch things up for the seasons or holidays. I chose these pretty woven pillows with a fringe to add a subtle hint of color and texture to my sofa and chairs, and they pair perfectly with my Arianna Belle pillows.
Copper, or other metallics. Simple touches of warm metallics go so well for the Fall, and it helps that these moscow mule mugs also are the perfect vessels for yummy cocktails!
Natural (or natural-looking) elements. I picked up these faux marble pots and candle holders, gray and white pot, and horn at my local At Home store, and they might be my favorite pieces on my built-ins. They add such a subtle pattern without being overwhelming, and there’s just something about the natural texture- especially on that gray and white pot. I love how the horn adds some warmth, and the marble pattern is super subtle. They add an organic feel that brings in the outdoors for Fall without being blatantly orange and red!
Traditional elements. This large bust is my favorite At Home purchase to date. It brings in an old world feel, and is perfect for next to the fireplace. (PS- in case you were wondering, his name is Charles).
What do you incorporate into your home for the change in seasons? If you’re in the market for easy and versatile pieces, At Home has some great options! And just wait until you see what they have for Christmas 🙂
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I am honored to be a part of At Home’s 2016 Inspiration Team. This post was written in partnership with At Home, but as always, all opinions, thoughts, and words are 100% my own. Stay tuned for more At Home posts coming soon!