Wake up to autumn in your bedroom, or bring some fall flair to your dining area! These nature-inspired home accents can be used all year long to infuse your decor with earthy elements, but they’ll be most appropriate during the autumn season. Dappled leaf designs mingle with warm hues and neutral shades for a gorgeous effect.
Click here to view a variety of elegant fall home decor, including the items featured below.
For your dining area:
The Amison Table Linens feature colorful foliage on the face and a checkered pattern on the reverse. Scalloped edges and quilted detailing enhance the table runner and placemats.
For the living room:
The Darent Stained Glass Table Lamp glows with amber and green tones, as well as gem embellishments. Brighten your favorite harvest decor with this pull-chain lamp.
For the bathroom:
The Sheffield Shower Curtain is a medley of block, scroll, and leaf designs, all in a pleasing palette. Coordinating shower hooks with handpainted leaf motifs will leave your bathroom autumn-ready.
For the bedroom:
Soft faux suede provides the cozy foundation for the Leafbrook Comforter Bedding. Appliqued and embroidered leafy vines wind across one side of the face, while channel quilting adorns the other half.
What sort of ambience will your fall table have this year? There’s always the cheery atmosphere cultivated by decorating with autumn’s warm, fiery tones; or the sophisticated aura that seems to radiate from gleaming metallics. But if you’re looking for a casual, homespun feel, opt for a subdued palette of neutrals with a few flickers of accent color. Muted tones like straw, cream, khaki, tawny, brown, and espresso play nicely with ember glow, vermillion, gold, sage, chartreuse, or dusty teal.
Start with a seasonal lace tablecloth or table topper that is festive without being formal. The Leaf Harvest Table Linens feature a woven pattern and oak leaf and acorn designs. The Falling Leaves Table Linens have aspen, maple, and oak leaf shapes.
Next, decorate that table! Look for aged ceramic pitchers and vessels to place on top, as well as faux leaf sprays or grapevine orbs. Select a woven basket and fill it with pine cones and artificial fall foliage for an effortless centerpiece. Or, nestle small pumpkins and gourds inside an openwork bowl. Complement your earthy accessories with dinnerware and napkins in understated colors.
You deserve a pat on the back if you’ve successfully decluttered the table tops in your home. Unfortunately, without any sort of decoration, those bare surfaces might be giving your home a cold “winter effect” when what you want is to mimic fall’s beauty. Use fall table linens to bring warmth and color back to your room while still maintaining a clean, neat aesthetic. Tackle almost any type of table with these fall decorating ideas.
The dining table is a natural place to start decorating since you’ll be spending so much time there during the autumn season. A fall table runner and placemats with a similar design will give your dining table a cohesive look. The Harvest Pumpkin Fall Table Linens feature soft brown pumpkins on a rustic background. The table runner also has ruffled plaid trim, the word “Thanksgiving,” and an orange gourd at each end.
Cover a small accent table with a fall table topper and adorn it with a cute autumn decoration for a no-fuss display. The Falling Leaves Autumn Table Topper has a rich brown ground, embroidered leaves, and cutwork trim for an overall warm effect.
For a rectangular console table, select either a short or long fall table runner, depending upon the desired look. A shorter table runner (around 36”L) will probably fit within the edges of your table top, while a longer table runner (60”-75”L) will cascade down the sides for a dramatic display.
The Harvest Vines Table Runner features embroidered autumnal designs on a cream background.
The Autumn Leaves Long Table Runner has hand-cut openwork accents and embroidered leaf designs. The Horn of Plenty Long Table Runner is Thanksgiving-ready with its embroidered cornucopia designs and openwork accents.