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Fall Into Autumn Decor

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As seasons change, your decor should transition a bit, too. Fall is a beautiful season, so it makes perfect sense that you would want to incorporate its gorgeous, earthy hues and fun textures into your home. Ready to create your own autumn wonderland? From pumpkins galore to rustic wreaths, here are some a-maize-ing ways you can embrace the new season and the delightful colors it adds to your living spaces.

 

 

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Get Spicy

Cinnamon isn’t just a spice to enjoy in fall-baked treats and drinks! Bring warmth into your home with a cinnamon stick candle holder. It’s a playful decoration you can display on your fireplace mantel or nightstand.

 

Create a Warm Welcome

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Make your guests feel welcome by greeting them with a fall-themed wreath. We’ve found an easy guide to help you make a DIY version at home.

 

Pumpkin Vase

Oh my gourd! Change up your traditional autumn centerpiece with this sophisticated pumpkin vase. It’s fun to customize with your favorite fall flora and acts as a statement piece for your dining room table.

 

Leaf Bowl

Are you a fan of fall foliage? Bring the outdoors inside with a DIY leaf bowl. All you need is a free afternoon, some mod podge, a bowl of any size, and artificial leaves from your local craft store.

 

Bundle Up

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As temps begin to drop, nothing sounds better than sitting next to a fire snuggled up in a soft blanket. A fluffy plaid throw is not only warm and inviting, it adds haute fall style to any space by showcasing the rich hues of the season.

 

Embrace Spooky Season

Is Halloween your favorite fall holiday? Add some ghoulish touches around the house with spooktacular decorations. Hanging eerie prints or displaying a chic skull is a great way to give a subtle nod to the scariest day of the year.

 

We hope these creative decor tips inspire you to spice things up in your home, and we wish you an unbe-leaf-ably stylish fall.