Ready to turn your home into the coziest little harvest haven? We're breaking down some of our favorite fall home decor pieces to carry you through October and into Thanksgiving!
We really mean it when we say "Hello Pumpkin!" An easy way to decorate for fall is going heavy with pumpkin decor. That means spicing up your space with faux pumpkins of all shapes, colors and sizes.
These rainbow paper mache pumpkins are a Bonjour Fête fave! They come in so many different colors and make such a fun statement on a bookshelf!
Or, if fake pumpkins aren't your thing—decorate with real ones! The best part? Once you're done with them, you can make toasted pumpkin seeds! (Yum!)
Keeping with the pumpkin theme, we're obsessed with this felt banner! Hang it over your fireplace, above your front door, or on your Thanksgiving table for a warm and welcoming touch of autumn.
But why stop at just one banner? We love a good layered look, and ~thankfully~ we have plenty of Thanksgiving banners to go around!
Autumn wreaths are a must-have for aesthetic fall and Thanksgiving decor. We especially love the look and longevity of a dried floral arrangement. Take it from our CMO, Royale Ziegler who decorated her home in these beauties! "Dried florals in vases, and in wreaths, will last well beyond one holiday. Switch out the ribbon and accent decor on a dried wreath to make it more holiday-specific."
We also love the earthy look of dried branches in a simple vase. It's a subtle touch of fall and an inexpensive Thanksgiving decoration.
The key to a cozy fall space: Soft subtlety. That means Thanksgiving/fall home decor that blends in seamlessly with the rest of your decor. Decorating with neutral tones, woven baskets, and fall-themed knick-knacks instantly turns your home into an autumn dream!
It's easy to add just a few fall holiday home decor items to style the season! How cute is this tumeric woven bowl? The color pops beautifully against any color scheme.
Everyone knows the most important part of fall home decor is a stunning Thanksgiving tablescape! Spruce up your dining room table with a gingham tablecloth, a dried floral arrangement, and some pumpkin tableware for a festive fall look.
If your taste is more minimalistic, we recommend these ombre pumpkin plates. We mixed them in with our permanent dining items for a bit of whimsy.
We hope you're just as excited as we are to decorate for fall and Thanksgiving! Here's to a cozy and cheerful holiday home!