Few words describe the fall season quite as well as "cozy." As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, we turn our attention to making our spaces feel warm and inviting. Choosing the right fall décor can help bring feelings of comfort and nature indoors. Adding fall-flowering plants to your garden or containers brings color to the outdoors, and unexpected colors can bring a cozy feel to any space.
No matter whether you live in a house or a smaller apartment, with a few simple tips and tricks, your home will feel just as ready for fall as you are.
Festive décor isn’t just for the holidays. When the seasons change, there’s plenty to celebrate. So don’t wait until Halloween or Thanksgiving to welcome fall—kick off your fall décor scheme the moment autumn begins.
And if you’ve been searching for ways to celebrate the fall equinox, look no further. We’ve rounded up 64 fall décor ideas that’ll help you get excited about the crisp air, cool temperatures, and crunchy leaves heading your way. All of our ideas are easy to pull off, so you can throw them together in a matter of days—maybe even hours.
There's nothing quite like the crisp fall air, seeing the leaves start to fall, sipping on warm apple cider, and planting some flowers. Yes, fall can be a time to get out in the garden and add some new colors and plants.
While it may seem like fall is the time of year that growing starts to slow down, there are actually quite a few plants that flower well into the season, and some even prefer being planted in the fall so they have time to pop up out of the ground come spring. Gear up for some doses of fall color, because we've rounded up the 20 best plants to add to your garden come fall.
Fall is upon us, and with it comes an array of décor ideas to get your space ready for the season. While it's bittersweet to say goodbye to summer, autumn also brings plenty of opportunity for design. Changing weather makes for the perfect time to spruce up your home with cozy, stylish décor vignettes that make nesting more enticing. Take the fireplace, for example: For homes that feature one, it's not only the perfect place for entertaining or a quiet night in, but its mantel offers up an opportunity for style.
The mantel of a fireplace can be the ideal place to create a focal point in your home. It's versatile enough to showcase large-scale artwork, decorative objects, and seasonal décor. Don't be afraid to experiment with different looks to discover what works best for your space. Read on to explore modern mantel décor ideas, from styling hearths to topping the fireplace with a fall-inspired design.
As summer transitions into fall, we have a lot to look forward to. We get to whip out our coziest blankets and our spiciest fall candles. We get to replace our lightweight linens with plush flannel sheets. And, we get to rethink our spaces, as the new season brings with it a fresh crop of trends.
Craving a glimpse of what’s coming our way? We interviewed nine interior designers to find out what trends the experts are eyeing for fall 2022. Naturally, their answers include a few existing trends that’ll stick around for another season, but a few of the fall 2022 design trends they expect to see are fresh, new, and unexpected—perfect fodder for reinventing your space.
As everything from home décor to fallen leaves transitions into hues of yellows, reds, oranges, and browns—it's a clear sign that the season is changing and that fall has arrived.
With every new season, it's time to refresh your space either through a good deep cleaning or by changing the tone and ambiance of your rooms with color. While there are obvious choices for fall décor colors, we asked designers for their take on untraditional tones—and their answers may inspire you to pick a different color palette outside of your go-to rustic hues. From a range of greens to terracotta pink, here are seven designer-approved colors that will set the fall mood.
Fall is a welcome respite after a few hot months of pool parties and backyard socials. There are many ways we prepare for autumn: filling your kitchen with pumpkin-everything and jugs of apple cider; swapping swimsuits for stylish pantsuits (or maybe just an oversized blazer) and wool sweaters; and the song of the summer loses its preferred spot on your playlist to something a bit more sad-girl fall.
The most important place to make the switch to fall is in your home. Try not to reach for the cheeky Halloween doormats, signs that say "It's fall y'all," and kitschy Thanksgiving-themed dish ware. It'll clash with your aesthetic and require switching out more than is worth it. Instead, make small updates — changes that will last through the season. We spoke to a design expert to get her take on the best affordable upgrades you can make to prep your home for a chic and cozy fall.