26 Cozy Touches to Beautifully Decorate Your Home for Fall


Can you believe it, fall is right around the corner and its time to start thinking about how you are going to decorate your home for the season. We have some fantastic inspiration on how to infuse cozy into your home, whether it is indoors or out. Fall is a wonderful time of the year, this is when the leaves start changing color, the scent of apple cider is in the air and pumpkins are in full bloom!

Have a look below for some amazing ideas to help get you started on your fall decorating! Don’t forget to let us know which one most inspired you and why in the Comments below. We love reading your feedback!


1. Decorate Your Entry Console Table. Wooden block letters from Hobby Lobby spells the word “Fall”. Add some fresh pumpkins and firewood. (via Honey We’re Home)


2. Display A Fall Wheat Sheave Wreath On Your Door. Gather together a bunch of dried wheat, securing the center with a rubber band. Select a silk or velvet ribbon for the bow, trim the ends to the same length. (via Better Homes & Gardens)


3. Add A Cozy Fall Plaid Blanket. Infuse cozy warmth into your bedroom with the addition of a seasonal blanket. Hues of orange or red will achieve the fall season aesthetic, helping you to transform the look of your bedroom. Get the look: Pendleton Blanket or a Tartan Blanket. (via Elle Decor // Photography by William Waldron)


4. Hang A Wreath. Decorate your door, window or even an empty space on your wall with a fall-inspired wreath. This door features a Magnolia Wreath, wrapped with pieces of ribbon around the top (5 yards). A similar wreath can be found here. (via Nesting With Grace)


5. Feature Fall Decor On Your Dining Table. This dining table features fresh flowers, which can be switched out to continually change the aesthetic. Add some fresh fall fruit to complete the look! (via Stone Gable Blog)


6. Accessorize A Coffee Table In Farmhouse Style. This coffee table features a simple fall centerpiece with white pumpkins and candlesticks. (via Pinterest)


7. Decorate Your Kitchen Table. A wicker tray is decorated with fall finds, bright yellow sunflowers in a white enamel pitcher joins an orange pumpkin.


8. Create A Fall-Inspired Vignette. A mix of fall decor finds can be found in this cozy farmhouse dining area. A chalkboard is framed with rustic wood. The “Fall” sign is a Target find, while platters are filled with white and green pumpkins and faux leaves. (via Liz Marie Blog)


9. Chalkboard Wall Art. Add a creative chalkboard piece to your entryway or a bare wall. Put an inspiring fall message on it. You can also DIY your board. Transform an old frame into a canvas, just add some chalkboard spray paint. (via Lolly Jane)


10. DIY Pumpkin Vase. Make a faux pumpkin vase with the simple tutorial provided in the link. You can also use a real pumpkin, just be sure to clean out the center first! (via A Pumpkin & A Princess)


11. Mix Rustic Accessories Into Your Decor. If you already have some rustic elements in your home decor, why not continue the theme with your fall decorations. These rustic pallet pumpkins are a great way to decorate on a budget! These pumpkins can decorate a shelf, be hung on the wall, or be set on the front porch. Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via Make It & Love It)


12. DIY Farmhouse Pumpkin Bucket. A galvanized steel bucket is filled with faux pumpkins, wheat and pussy willows. You can find a similar bucket on Amazon. Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via A Night Owl)


13. Dining Table Fall Centerpiece. Set the mood for an autumn dinner party. A layering of heirloom pumpkins and candlesticks graces this cottage dining table. (via Lauren McBride Blog)


14. Pumpkins On The Porch. Outdoor fall pumpkins decorate these porch steps, leading up to the front door. Add some galvanized buckets of mums for true fall style. (via Pinterest)


15. Decorate With A Chalkboard. Get fall-inspired with this playful chalkboard, offering a seasonal message that will put a smile on your face! This one is an Etsy find, Dust to Designs. The small decorative items in front of the chalkboard can be found at Decor Steals. (via I Dream Of Homemaking)


16. Create An Elegant Table Setting. Style your dinner table with pumpkins. Arrange the pumpkins down the center and intermingle foliage vines such as Russian Olive, Bay Leaf or natural grape vine. Add a touch of elegance with candles and mercury glass pumpkins. (via Pottery Barn)


17. Bring the Outside In With Leaves. Create a fall display with contrasting colors. Select vases for your leaves that compliments the color. This will help make the leaves stand out for greater visual impact. Use cool colors such as greens, purples and blues, which will pair well with shades of yellow, orange and red leaves. (via Better Homes & Gardens)


18. Adorn Your Entry With Pumpkins. You don’t need to add a lot to get the desired effect. A trio of white pumpkins will greet your guest with some cozy fall spirit. (via Pinterest)


19. Dress Your Front Porch In Fall Style. Whether you have a rocking chair or a loveseat on your porch, all you have to do is add a touch of fall. This includes a plaid tartan blanket for the cooler evenings and a basket brimming with pumpkins (real or faux). Be sure to have a garden stool nearby to sit your hot cider! (via Stone Gable Blog)


20. Fall-Inspired Pillows. A quick and simple way to inject autumn into your space is to switch out your pillows. Adding plaids and stripes along with deep hues and pumpkin prints can quickly transform any room. (via Craftberry Bush)


21. Painted Pumpkins. These richly hued pumpkins make a bold statement on the front porch. The pumpkins are painted in red, purple, pink and gold and will offer a pop of color to any space in your home! (via Martha Stewart)


22. Adorn Your Front Door With Fall. A DIY wreath on the front door made out of wood slices says “Happy Fall”.  Twigs added into florals gives a nice rustic touch. Twig pumpkins and spheres adds to the decor. Get the full tutorial on the included blog link. (via Thistlewood Farms)


23. Decorate With Corn Husks. These corn husk brooms will add a nice to your front porch. They are simple to DIY. Take some moistened husks and tie them on to some branches. Rip the wide ends to fray like a broom. Left them upside down so they will curl naturally overnight. TIP: These can be used as witch’s brooms for Halloween! (via Kleinworth & Co.)

24. DIY Fall Greetings Burlap Pillow. A vintage bench is adorned with a fall-inspired burlap pillow. A plaid blanket will offer some cozy warmth, while pumpkins and pinecones finishes the look. (via Opulent Cottage)


25. Create A Simple Fall Centerpiece. Transform your dining table from ordinary to extraordinary with this easy table decor idea. Just add some white pumpkins and dried hydrangeas to create gorgeous fall table! (via Cherished Bliss)


26. Dress Up The Front Door: Make a big statement with a vertical display. Topiary pumpkins in concrete urns adds a touch of elegance. Bay wreaths are set between each pumpkin. Ornamental flowering cabbages, kale, and bay leaves adds to the overall aesthetic. The door features a bittersweet wreath. (via Southern Living // Photography by Helen Norman)


27. Hey There Pumpkin. This cozy fall porch is loaded with pumpkins and mums for an inviting atmosphere. (via @farmtotablecreations)

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5 years ago

BEAUTIFUL! (Pumpkins at the door –lovely), but I’d have every javalina in the neighborhood at my door!