As soon as the seasons shift, we start to get excited about the products and trends that will transform our homes from a relaxed summer sanctuary to a plush and cozy haven. But after all the major brands share the top trends they believe will be big for fall, it can be confusing to know which items are worth the investment—and which are one-season-wonders.
To find out, we tapped MyDomaine's team of editors to share the two products they're planning to purchase this fall. Judging from their picks, there are two key trends worth considering. Editors opted for dusty earth tones over bright and brassy fall colors, and speckled pottery also stood out—a trend West Elm says is on the rise too.
Take a peek inside our shopping carts to see how our editors are transitioning their homes for fall.
"When the nights get longer and the days get shorter, I like to rethink my lighting by adding new fixtures, lamps, or even just adding dimmers. One of the lamps I'm crushing on right now is Miguel Mila's Cestita table lamp, which was designed in the 1960s. It's become very popular in Scandinavian design—and these guys know a thing or two about hygge. The white glass shade casts a warm cozy glow around a room the way other lamps can't, and the lantern-inspired shape feels very winter-appropriate." — Gabrielle Savoie, editor
"I love entertaining in fall and winter, and this cinnamon-colored ceramic jug is a quick, inexpensive way to update any table setting. Just add a wood platter and candles, and you're set." — Sophie Miura, senior editor
"If there's one thing that's definitely worth the investment (and they're always pricey) it's a mirror. I have been searching for the right one to complete my living room for a while now until this gorgeous distressed version caught my eye. ABC Home has several versions in this vintage style and I'm obsessed. The round one feels modern yet industrial at the same time—a perfect match for my minimal apartment."—Sacha Strebe, Editorial Director.
"An accent cushion is a great way to update any space, and the luxe velvet fabric of this piece is inviting and warm—perfect for fall." — Christie Calucchia, editorial assistant
"Cooler temps mean the end of patio season here in NYC. Instead of sipping rosé in the sunshine, I dust off my pots and pans and start cooking at home again. What better way to serve dinner at home than on these gorgeous speckled (on trend!) dishes from Hawkins New York?" — Kelly Gallagher, social media editor
"Fall decorating essentially involve two things for me: textiles and lighting. I like to switch out my bedding, throw a few sheepskins on the back of chairs, and update my throws and blankets. I swap lighter cotton fabrics to cozier cashmere or alpaca wool. There's nothing better than wrapping yourself up to watch TV when it's cold outside." — Savoie
"I'm not a huge fan of typical fall colors, so prefer to layer different neutral tones instead. This textured leather pillow by CB2 has been sitting in my cart for some time—it's time to get it." — Miura
"My favorite way to celebrate the beginning of fall is with a candle that reminds me of the season. I always pick up a Feu de Bois scent from Dyptique the second I feel a chill in the air. It smells like a campfire, and it makes for the perfect scent when you're cozying up on the sofa and diving into a new book (or, let's be honest, a new Netflix show). The wax in the candle is a gray/taupe color, which goes perfectly with this season's earth tone trend." — Gallagher
"I've been looking for a catchall for my dresser, and this marbled tray from Anthropologie feels perfect for fall; I love the earthy tones and the brass mirrored effect." — Kelsey Clark, lifestyle news editor
"This cozy woven comforter from Joinery has been living on my Pinterest page for months—I'm going to use the turn of the season as an excuse to finally buy it." — Clark
"Is there anything better than burning a great-smelling candle while reading a page-turning book? This fall, I'm turning to Madewell's new line of candles for all my needs. I love the large metallic tin, and the wild currant scent smells way more expensive than it is." — Beauchamp
"That cool chill has just swept through L.A. this week and all I can think about is wrapping myself up in a cozy through on the couch. I love the texture and softness of this mohair throw. When it's not on the sofa it will probably be used as a shawl while I binge-watch documentaries or sip a glass of vino on wintry evenings."—Sacha Strebe, Editorial Director.
What's in your cart this fall?