Summit Creek Project / Rebekah Westover Photography
September might be too early for fresh pumpkins, but it’s not too soon to start transitioning your decor. Today we are sharing subtle ways to bring in hints of fall. These warm colors, chunky textures, and neutral accents will last all season long as you layer them with fresh gourds, colorful leaves, spooky Halloween decor, and finally Thanksgiving accents as the months roll on. Take a look at five ways we are transitioning our decor into fall.
Style Natural Grasses in Rustic Ceramics
Neutral stems add subtle texture and a fall vibe to your space. This year we are especially loving the look of pampas grass. We used it in our Summit Creek Project above. It’s so pretty for fall. Try styling it in in a rustic stoneware vase.
Layer Rich Textiles
Update your summer look with a few rich hued accents. Layer in a new pillow, a throw blanket, or an accent rug. This year, autumn colored accessories are easy to find with spicy yellows, warm terracottas, and rich browns trending.
Welcome Visitors with a Wreath
Spruce up your curb appeal with a new fall wreath. It will welcome visitors or cheer up neighbors out for quarantine strolls. We also love wreaths indoors above the hearth or on the range hood.
Update your Doormat
Doormats are inexpensive an easily swapped out as the seasons change. We love a a bold pattern or fun fall message, but could also go for a chunky neutral that will be perfect for layered pumpkins as we move toward Halloween.
Create a Warm Glow + Scent
A burning candle creates a warm glow and cozy scent throughout your home. Add lanterns to your porch, tapers on your mantle, and rich scents in your kitchen, living room, and bathroom. This mix of palo santo, vetiver, clove, cinnamon, cedarwood, incense, vanilla, and patchouli will transform the vibe in your home while the pretty wood bowl will blend perfectly with other fall accents.
A few fun accents can cheer you up as you say goodbye to summer and get ready for fall.
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