2020 Fall Decor Ideas

The temperatures have dropped drastically in my hometown of Waco, Texas. So, I am officially welcoming Fall scented candles and all things warm and cozy to my home. Basically, welcome Fall! Here are a few Fall Decor ideas for your home, too.

Fall decor doesn’t have to be expensive. Take a walk outside to source natural elements to use in your home. For example, I often use pinecones, magnolia leaves, wheat/oats or branches with leaves in my home.

1. Style your Fireplace Mantle with Fall decorations.

First, read ‘5 Simple Ways to Style a Mantel,’ to learn my favorite formulas and key pieces to decorate a mantel. In general, I suggest layering art with architectural pieces. Then, adding seasonal stems, like this Magnolia wreath & a bundle of wheat with a set of candlesticks. Mine are From Susie!

Next, I use a basket to hold pumpkins that I have collected over the years. This makes it easy to sit aside decor on cold nights when we light a fire in the fireplace. Typically, we just use ready to go fire logs.

2. Add Fall Decor to your coffee table.

I think Fall has beautiful textures which tend to shine in neutral decor like natural woven materials and chunky cable knit pumpkins, etc… Therefore, my best tip to style coffee tables is to use a variety of textures like wood, paper, natural elements with some, but less metal or glass accents. First, start with a tray or pedestal as a base. Then, add seasonal candles and fall inspired greenery with a pumpkin, of course.

3. Add warmth with pillows and throw blankets.

It’s time to pull out the extra blankets from trunks and closets. I like to leave them on every chair and couch, which comes in handy for cooler days. Some of my favorites for Fall and Winter are ‘waffle’ or big chunky knit throw blankets, plaid patterned fleece and family quilts.

In addition, I have a couple of pillows with Fall inspired quotes. However, adding one or two pillows in woven textures or Fall patterns or colors work great with your existing pillows, too.

4. Add pumpkins everywhere.

So maybe don’t put pumpkins everywhere, but add a few seasonal touches to your living spaces. I like to add a pumpkin or two on the console or entryway tables, styled book shelves and maybe a couple in the kitchen. This includes on trays, books or even inside my glass lamps.

However, these DIY succulent filled faux concrete pumpkins stand alone! You can read how I made these here.

Thank y’all for stopping by the Cuter Tudor blog today to see my fall decor ideas! I hope you are staying warm and cozy, while enjoying the current season of life that you are in!

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