Bring Fall Decor into the Bedroom

I added some pretty textures and cozy touches from my favorite fall decor into my master bedroom.  There is rain forecasted all week, therefore I will take the drop in temperatures, albeit it may just make it hot and humid in Texas.  Either way, I am prepping for ‘cuddle weather.’  Whether it is snuggly blankets, fall scented candles, or natural elements, my bedroom is getting comfortable and cozy!  Rain or shine, I will be drinking coffee and wearing fuzzy socks all week.




 Blankets and a Blessed Pillow

I found some beautiful bedding to transition my bedroom for Fall.  You don’t have to get all new bedding to make a difference in a room.  A new quilted coverlet, chunky throw or fun seasonal pillow can make all the difference.  I love this quilted coverlet and matching shams with a country cottage look for a great price on Amazon, here.  I love it because it has the vintage look of a patchwork quilt, but is fresh and modern.  I also pulled out my ‘blessed’ pillow from my pillow stash.  I just added my new bedding with some old favorites. I know some people love the richer colors of Fall, but I am always drawn to neutrals and blues. It is just so calming, especially in a bedroom.  A soft taupe throw drapes the bed for naps and other necessary fall activities, like nights around the fire pit.



Fall Fragranced Candles

I love these amazing candles from Wandering Lark.  It is amazing how lighting a good smelling candle can change your perspective for the day.  This is pomegranate cider that smells like apple cider with hints of pomegranate.  It smells so good, and I like the fresh, sweet smell of fruit.  I support small businesses, and like that these candles are from a small shop in North Carolina with American grown soy wax and high quality oils.  My favorites are cotton, lavender and rosemary; all so fresh!  Y’all, they have pumpkin spice latte and apple pie, so get some!

Mini ‘count your blessings’ sign is from Krumpet’s Home Decor.  Use code “CUTERTUDOR” for 10 percent off your order.


Natural Elements & Warm Wood Tones

Adding natural elements, even faux, will give a fresh look to your space.  I adore all the textures of fall, which just seem to elevate with neutral decor.  I hung my favorite Deann Hebert cotton stem painting above the bed and added a few cotton stems here and there.  I found these beautiful chippy painted lamps at Antique Farmhouse.  They have a great selection of decor and furniture at great prices.  I think the chippy wood and burlap shades are great for any season.  Chunky fabric pumpkins, faux lavender and dried wheat wrapped in burlap, wooden trays, the beaded chandelier and and a wreath made from natural coffee filters hung on the wall add more warm tones to the room.  If you want to make your own DIY coffee filter wreath, here’s a post! 




Thank you for checking out my master bedroom decorated for Fall.  Follow me on instagram at @cutertudor for more fall inspiration or check out more fall ideas on my Pinterest page.


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