As much as we love spooky decorations, fall home décor doesn’t have to be all spider webs and cauldrons. Halloween décor is fun and festive—but what about the other fall home décor options out there?
Let’s talk fall decorations—without mentioning Halloween.
home & hearth
When there’s a fall crisp in the air, we’re ready to break out the sweaters and crockpots. Autumn calls for hearty stews and cozy nights inside.
That’s why fall is a great time to update your kitchen with some new autumn accents.
We’re loving this Home Essentials Happy Everything paddle board. It provides a rustic, homey touch to your kitchen. You could hang it on the wall or rest it against your backsplash.
Plus, “Happy Everything” makes this piece so versatile. It could stay up from Halloween to the New Year—and it would still make sense. Honestly, it can become a permanent fixture in your kitchen.
If this paddle board is so your style, check out the rest of The Pantry collection. It’s full of adorable kitchen knick-knacks.
Don’t have a fireplace to curl up by? No worries. You can always add some autumnal glow with candle warmers.
This fall harvest fragrance warmer would fit perfectly on a coffee table, a bookshelf, or a fireplace mantle. Plus, it’s not a pumpkin that will rot or cause a mess. (We do love a good jack o’ lantern though.)
And if you’re wondering if you should use a pumpkin spice-scented wax melt, go for it. Why not?
fly your fall flag
Once you’ve cozied up your kitchen and lit a few candles, it’s time to decorate your outdoor spaces. While changing fall leaves can be natural decorations—not going to mention the raking headaches it can cause…—you can also deck out your outdoor space with fall decorations.
This fall harvest decorative garden flag will spice up your yard all season long.