It’s autumn – and that means it’s time to grab your favourite hot drink and cosy up by a lit fireplace (or radiator). It also means you can decorate your home to embody that autumn feeling and create a cosy vibe.
Read on for six simple ways to welcome autumn into your home.
1. Cold? Blankets!
You can definitely tell it’s no longer summer, right? Temperatures are falling, so what better way to get warm than wrapping yourself (and your home) in some beautiful blankets?
Chunky blankets are obviously the best choice to awaken those autumn vibes inside your home. You could have them on your bed, on the sofa, or on a chair. Go for luxurious fabrics like velvet and faux fur to really dial up the cosiness.
If you’re a fan of scented candles, you definitely need some autumn themed designs in your home. Choose autumnal scents such as pumpkin spice, cinnamon, and woody fragrances. Your home will be looking and smelling like autumn in no time.
If you’re sensitive to smells and would prefer non-scented candles instead, that’s no problem. Maybe you could try trendy candle holders, candles shaped like leaves or pumpkins, or even make your own leaf mason jar lanterns.
3. Wreaths and garlands
Who’s to say that wreaths and garlands are only for winter? Look for designs that remind you of autumn; dried flowers, berry clusters, and autumn leaves all work well.
Wreaths and garlands make the perfect addition to your front door, bannisters, window sills, mantle piece, or even the dining table. You can also keep them as part of your winter decorations, so there’s no need to put them away when autumn ends.
4. Wooden furniture
Are you thinking of replacing pieces of furniture within your home this fall? Why not go for wooden furniture to welcome autumn, and all the other seasons for that matter?
Some bespoke furniture pieces that would be perfect for your home in autumn include vintage chairs, hairpin tables, oak or mahogany dressers, and even wooden coat hangers.
5. Autumn-coloured anything
A really easy way to welcome autumn into your home is to incorporate autumn colours.
Oranges, reds, greens, even earthy and neutral colours are all autumn favourites. Adding a hint of muted pinks and blues can also spice up your home this fall. Don’t be afraid to get creative.
6. It’s pumpkin season
Probably the most obvious way to welcome autumn into your home is with pumpkins. Autumn is pumpkin season after all, so why not introduce some pumpkin decor inside your home? Whether that’s small crochet pumpkins, pumpkin-shaped candles as mentioned before, painted pumpkins, pumpkin prints on fabrics, or homemade pumpkin decorations, adding some pumpkin decorations to your home is a must.
And there you have it – six easy ways to welcome autumn into your home. How will you bring autumnal vibes into your home this fall?