Fall Decor Ideas to Make Your Home More Festive for the Season

Fall Decor Ideas to Make Your Home More Festive for the Season

Fall is upon us and decorating for the season is a great way to get in the festive mood. Decorating your home for the season is a great way to make it feel cozy and comforting. We’ve compiled a list of fall decor ideas to spruce up your kitchen and home for the holidays. 

Fall Themed Signs 

Replace some of your summery images with fall ones! Welcome the fall season with cute signs and autumn images. This little detail will make your space more festive and you can switch them out with every season or holiday. 

Line Your Shelves and Counters With Seasonal Decor

Shelves and counters allow you to show off your favorite pieces and they’re natural spots to put out some decor. Sprinkle a few seasonal touches amongst your other knick-knacks or replace them with fall-friendly pieces. 

Hang Fall Plants From your Fixtures and Countertops

Drape some fall foliage from your light fixtures in your dining room or kitchen for a fun fall touch. You can also hang foliage from your cabinets and countertops to dress up your kitchen for the season. Michael’s has some great options for fall foliage and decorations to spruce up your space. 

Swap out your Throw Pillows and Blankets 

Swapping out pillows and blankets is a great way to decorate your living space for different seasons and holidays. Get into the spirit with cozy fluffy blankets and pillows with cute fall colors and patterns. 

Seasonal Candles

Going the extra mile with fall-scented candles elevates your space and brings in an extra touch of coziness. Get those pumpkin spice or apple cinnamon candles and make your space feel like a comfy cozy oasis!

Get Some Seasonal Mugs

One way that will surely get you in the fall spirit is to start your morning with a warm drink served in a festive fall mug. Piece together a mug collection for all seasons and holidays and then put them on display or keep them in a cabinet where you can surprise your guests with them. 

Pumpkins 

Whether you get real or fake ones, pumpkins are a great way to decorate your home. Put some outside on your front porch and steps or put some in your kitchen and dining room to add the perfect fall touch. You can also match your pumpkins to your space. Most pumpkins come in warm shades like red, orange, or yellow. But if you don’t want to introduce a new color to your palette, don’t. Stock up on pumpkins in understated colors—like white, black, or emerald green—and complement your home’s palette. 

Fall Placemats and Tablecloths 

Placemats and tablecloths are a great way to make your dining room more festive. Having a patterned tablecloth with coordinating colored placemats is the perfect touch of fall for any table and can elevate any space. 

We hope these ideas put you in the fall spirit and have inspired you to decorate your home for the season! Although decorating isn’t a necessity, it’s still fun to get in the holiday spirit and elevate your home not only for you but for your guests too. 

Check out more of Lily Ann Cabinets blogs for kitchen and home inspiration and DIYs. If you’re looking to redecorate or renovate your kitchen, check out some great hardware, lights, and cabinets here, and let us be part of your remodeling!

FAQ

1. What is popular for fall decor? 

According to Southern Living, Pumpkins, gourds, fall foliage, and pinecones are a handful of popular themes that can serve as inspiration.

2. How do I make my house more cozy in the fall? 

Better Homes & Gardens give many ways to create a more cozy atmosphere in your home during the fall season including warm colors, lots of throw pillows and throw blankets, and adding seasonal patterns.

3. What month do you put out fall decor?

September and October are the best time to start putting out your fall decor so you have plenty of time to enjoy it through Thanksgiving and before the Christmas season!

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