Kirkland’s Harvest Collection has the perfect items to transition my home from summer to fall. I chose fall decor that fit in with my style, and add lots of texture, warm tones, and a cozy fall feeling. I love to shop at Kirkland’s because the decor is always on trend and blends well with my current decor. They have a variety of subtle to festive accessories to make decorating for each season so easy and affordable. My home is now ready to welcome fall as the temperatures begin to drop and the leaves begin to turn. Let me show you some of my favorite fall finds at Kirkland’s.
With a few favorite pieces from Kirland’s Harvest Collection, I was able to transform my entire living room. I switched out a few pieces in my family gallery wall, refreshed the pillows and created a fall inspired coffee table vignette.
Texture is an important element in Kirkland’s Harvest Collection. Textures like cozy knits, natural elements, and warm wood tones always remind me of fall. Some of my favorite pieces from this collection are the knit pumpkin, dried wheat arrangement and the ‘pumpkin patch’ pillow. Pairing the dried wheat tied in a burlap bow with the soft knit pumpkin is a perfect combination. I love how the pieces of the collection work well together. With one shopping trip to Kirklands, you can have your entire home decorated so cozy for fall.
A good sized pumpkin is the perfect piece to a coffee table vignette or the centerpiece of a tablescape for Fall. The cream knit pumpkin provides a luxurious texture to contrast with my cotton slip covered furniture. I placed the pumpkin on a wooden stool for height and added a fun tag. Natural elements like pinecones and a dried wheat arrangement add more texture and are classic for fall decorating.
Pillows are an easy way to freshen up your living room for the changing seasons. There are so many fun patterns, prints and colors. Versions of this vintage inspired truck has been trending the past year for fall and Christmas. You can find the pumpkin patch pillow at Kirkland’s. I tend to mix vintage and new decor, so this pillow combines the feel of those two styles well. The back of the pillow is striped so you can use it all year long. With it’s neutral color, I think it looks great placed with a variety of colors, textures and patterns for Fall.
Greenery of any kind, fresh or faux, is always a solid choice to freshen up a space. When I saw this dried wheat arrangement with a burlap bow in a white washed grey pot, I knew it would look perfect in my living room. The wheat adds a natural element and fun texture, while the burlap bow softens the look. it is a great size for styling trays or grab a pair the mantle.
Most of the pieces in our family inspired gallery wall stay the same year round, but the reminder to be thankful for family is always present. The large chippy wood heart and wall hook are made from reclaimed wood that I salvaged from an old farmhouse near our home. Our family photos are printed on metal and hang on old bee crates found in our field, dismantled and assembled into unexpected frames. I changed out some of the smaller art and decor from Kirkland’s to transition this space from summer to fall.
How pretty is this beautiful canvas from Kirkland’s displaying stacked pumpkins with the quote, ‘let our lives be full of thanks and giving?’ Its inspirational words fill my home with the fall spirit. I placed a few fall stems and pumpkins into the basket of greenery, too.
I love this vintage ‘welcome fall’ word sign from Kirkland’s because, it reminds me of all my favorite Fall things. I layered it over some chippy wood for texture. This sign is 8×10 inches so it looks great in a styled tray or on a shelf, too.
Warm wood tones are one of my favorite colors for fall. I chose this ‘thankful’ cutout word in a natural wood tone as a visual reminder to be thankful for the things that we have. The neat thing about the wood cutout is that it can also stand alone, so it can be displayed beautifully on the mantle or open shelves.
I love magnolia trees. My husband’s grandmother had a magnolia tree in her yard that she strung with lights every Christmas for over 60 years. My children played in this tree when we visited her home for the holidays. When she passed away a few years ago, the neighbors got together to have the tree lit one more time in her honor. To remind us of Tata, as she was called, I have a magnolia print hung in our gallery wall and Magnolia stems in a basket along the wall. I found the magnolia leaf, pinecone and white pumpkin wreath at Kirkland’s, and knew it would feel right at home in this space. Magnolia leaf wreaths are one of those classic pieces that always stay in style and work year round. With a few touches of fall foliage, this wreath is now ready for fall.
I am so happy how my living room looks with my favorite fall finds from Kirkland’s. I encourage you to head to Kirkland’s soon or shop the Harvest Collection online for the best selection in fall decorations for your home.