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September 28, 2021
Fall is a great time to give your home a small revamp for the upcoming holidays. The season is filled with holidays to bring your family home and gives you a chance to impress with your decor. To help you make your home comfortable and inviting for you and your family, we’ve created this fall home decor guide filled with tips on how to spruce up your space with seasonal flair.
There are many aspects that make fall iconic. Finding the right color scheme for your fall decor will elevate the rest of your environment to give it that authentic autumn look and feel. A good rule of thumb for picking colors that work well in the fall is to use the natural colors of the season.
For fall and autumn, this typically includes shades of yellow, orange, red, purple, and brown to coincide with foliage colors and gourd hues. A good rule of thumb is to look for deep and warm hues of those colors for the fall home decor style. To truly give your home an autumn aesthetic, you should add fall decor featuring these colors inside and outside of your home.
A great way to incorporate fall colors throughout your home is through the use of decor with patterns such as blankets, curtains, and tablecloths. There are a wide variety of patterns that work well for autumn, so choose the patterns that resonate the most with your style and home as they can fit in almost any room.
For some inspiration, here are a few of our blankets with fall-themed patterns:
Check out the gallery below to see these blankets used as fall decor or click on each product page above to learn more.
Fuzzy textures add coziness to a home and really help with setting the mood for fall. Here are a few fuzzy and seasonal textures you can try adding to your home to add a touch of fall decor:
A faux fur like a sheepskin rug works wonders in front of a fireplace, creating an inviting space to enjoy the warmth of the room. Just add some hot chocolate and you have a movie set of perfect autumn decor. The faux fur is a more affordable, and ethical, decision to bring this classic look into your home. The kids will love to lay on it and fall asleep in front of a roaring fireplace. If fur is not your style, we have some other options that can work well in your house.
Velvet is a great choice to tie a room together. You will want to choose a velvet of a deep color such as reds, blues, or purples. This fabric is soft, warm, and screams cozy that’s synonymous with fall. Velvet can be on the more expensive side, so if you want to add some on a budget, try adding it a little bit at a time. A few pillows one year can do wonders as accent pieces. You can even just use a pillow cover for an easy swap between the seasons, and they are all you really need to add the texture to your home. You don't have to make your home a velvet castle for the fall spirit to come alive.
This texture works great for blankets, dressware, or upholstery. Throwing a few corduroy throw pillows on your couch can really bring the autumn warmth to your home. Like with velvet, you can use them as accent pieces, with either pillow covers or blankets. Adding these types of textures to your home can change your home from a summer loft to a fall cabin.
Flannel is a great fall decor choice for your home. Flannel sheets or blankets can not only bring that autumn feel to your home, but it can also help keep you nice and warm, helping to winterproof your home. A flannel throw over your couch can be enough to change the way your living room looks. Check out some great options under Denali’s rustic collection. Most of these options work perfectly for gall.
Wicker is a great texture that brings that October, fall feel. Wicker works well both indoors and outdoors so it can work in any household. Outside you can add some wicker furniture like a small table, ottoman, or drink stand. Inside you could use smaller options such as a wicker basket, vase, or small bowl. Depending on what option you chose you can use these inside options to hold your fruit, blankets, or a bouquet of flowers. A wicker basket is a fantastic choice that brings in the nostalgic aspects of the season.
Most readers will not purchase new furniture for the fall season alone, but you can get smaller features that can work well in any season and highlight your already existing features. A good way to give your home that fall feeling is through accessories. To add a touch of fall flair, try a few of these decor options.
Blankets are a classic way to dress your house up for the season. With summer gone and the cold creeping in, it's a good idea to have a few blankets accessible for your family and guests to snuggle under when it starts to get chilly. Denali has a great selection of blankets that will work well in any home. Whether you are supporting your favorite team for fall football, or looking to add some fall patterns for your home — Denali has a blanket for you. For more information, check out our guide on how to decorate with throw blankets.
Blanket ladders work great for the fall and winter. These ladders give you an easy way to store and display your blankets, instead of using a bin. They can help keep your couch from becoming a pile of blankets you have to move to access, and add a nice vertical element to your home. In the summer you can use the ladder as a frame to hang pictures, baskets, or even drying flowers, making them usable all year long.
Fall is a great time to grow and or display bouquets of flowers. A few great options are the classic sunflower, chrysanthemums, asters, or purple fountain grass. Whether the flowers are real or fake, adding these to your home can brighten it up and make it feel alive. Not a big fan of real or fake flowers, you can add this texture in other ways. Denali has a wide array of floral patterns in our Nature blanket collection, including a sunflower throw or a beautiful moose blossom blue blanket you can drape over your couch to add that texture and warmth.
Along with flowers, you can throw in real or faux gourds to the mix to make a cornucopia of life and color. These can make fantastic centerpieces for a large thanksgiving dinner. Place them on your mantel, or on your coffee table. Gourds make great fall accessories. A fun party idea is to plan a pumpkin carving party where everyone chooses a gourd from around your house to carve. This adds a scavenger hunt to the activity and the kids will love it.
We hope these tips will help you get started on your fall decorating. You shouldn’t feel the need to incorporate all of these into your home. Find a style that you like and build off that to add the right amount of fall flair to your home.
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