It’s time to store your summer linens and say goodbye to your beach-themed bathroom decor, because autumn is finally here. But, decorating for fall doesn’t have to mean an abundance of artificial pumpkins and flannel throws. According to Sheva Knopfler, the co-founder and creative director of Lights.com, decorating for specific seasons comes down to the aesthetics of that time of year and seasonal color schemes.
“Summer decor tends to use brighter colors to mimic vibrant floral blooms, and fresh, clean designs for sunny coastal vibes,” Knopfler tells Bustle. “Fall decor features muted, natural tones like autumn leaves, and leans towards warm, cottage styles to cozy up the drop of temperature.”
Of course, decorating is all about how a piece of decor makes you feel. If you hate autumn colors or want to avoid decorations that become irrelevant after Halloween, Knopfler recommends leaning into seasonal botanicals and harvest themes around your home. There’s no need to sacrifice your own personal taste to transition your decor from any season.
To help make your seasonal decor transition easier, we found tons of customer-loved home decor for fall. From dried wheat sticks and reversible plaid blankets to twinkling garland and birch candles, there’s no shortage of simple ways to switch your space from summer to fall. Continue reading below to shop a few of our favorites autumn picks.
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Fall Living Room Decor
Take your living room from summer to fall with some strategically placed artificial pumpkins and cozy throw blankets. Or, if you want to take your fall decor to the next level, swap out your everyday curtains for a set that’ll only enhance the autumn vibe.
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