An array of fall decor arranged on a table
"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers" - L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Bring the beauty of autumn inside with a few easy tips and these fun and stylish pieces that will become your new favorites.

If your living space needs a seasonal refresh after months of doing all the working, living, and learning from home, try adding a few items from our indoor decor collection to create that much needed transformation into fall.

Little Touches Can Make A Big Impact

Decorating your home for fall should be a celebration and doesn’t need to be a huge undertaking. Target one or two focal points in your home and put your time and attention there. For example, this decorated mantel is an example of small touches that give that fall feeling. Decorative wreaths are a great way to bring the outside in, and to bring a pop of color to the mantle.

It just wouldn’t be fall without seasonal candles throughout the room. Not only do they add a fresh fall scent but also create that warm autumn-y glow.

I love these locally made pumpkins by Hot Skwash. They come in a variety of colors and details and dress up any space! Floral arrangements add texture, color, and height to an area. If nothing else, simply adding floral stems and picks can create that fall feeling in a little space. It’s so easy!

Create A Space For Easy, Seasonal Style

If you don’t have a mantel, then the look can be transformed on your dining table. Using the same grouping, add more decorative votives, a tray, and a beautiful runner.

"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall" - F. Scott Fitzgerald

If you already have serving trays or boards, they are great accessories to make little groupings look more unified and pulled together. A small clustering of votives is inexpensive but impactful in the evening, and the Hot Skwash adds color and texture that can take you through Thanksgiving with that fall feel.

Start anew with a refreshed fall decor and enjoy all the beauty of this season and the celebrations to come!