It’s time to stuff the summery decorations into the closet for the year and pull the pumpkins and garland out of storage. The seasons changing emits a nostalgic and warm feeling. Bringing that same feeling into your home is one of the best parts of it all.

Living Room

The living room is the coziest place in the house, and it’s only right that it gets filled with fall decorations. Throw pillows are designed with pumpkins and buffalo plaid with hints of burnt orange and mustard-yellow. Complimenting plush blankets accentuate the cozy feeling and add texture to your space.

Creating that warm space means yellow-y tones, achieved by twinkle lights or a dim rustic lantern. If you have a mantle or space in your TV stand, leaf garland adds another element to your fall décor without much effort. You can style them with faux pumpkins and a lantern or string of lights.

Adding your own style to your fall décor is key. There are all types of design tastes when it comes to seasonal décor, and Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration.


Whether you want to accentuate every detail of fall time into your kitchen or just enough to feel in the spirit, scented items are an essential part of fall time. Mrs. Meyers makes seasonal scents in hand and dish soap, along with multi-surface spray. A fall candle decorates your home with a fall smell and also provides an aesthetically pleasing decoration.

An assortment of dried flowers in a vase elevates your counter space by simply using festive-colored flowers; you can opt for fresh flowers instead if that’s more your taste. Creating a centerpiece around your vase is another option. Use a serving tray to decorate as a centerpiece with pumpkins and garland to make for easy moving if needed.


Porches and patios around fall time have the potential to be the best seat in the house. With temperatures cooling down, around a fire pit wrapped in a blanket is the best place to be. Decorating that space consists of a lot of classic and timeless pieces.

Live pumpkins of all sizes and colors nestled around mums and decorated around hay bales are the standard way to decorate the porch. It is chic and cozy-feeling. Incorporating the same warm lantern lights outside adds something more to the feeling your porch gives.

We know wreaths are the obvious porch-decoration; however, they add an element to curb appeal that can’t be mimicked. We also love the festive welcome mats- bonus points for silly sayings on them. If you have access to corn stalks, they are a great front door-framer and bring the true fall elements right to your front porch. Toss some festive pillows on your outdoor furniture, and you’ve got everything to be a Pinterest-worthy porch!

Alyson Bunn

Alyson Bunn