With the leaves starting to change and fall just around the corner, lately, we’ve been finding ourselves inspired to give our homes a bit of a refresh. After all, we’ll be spending a lot more time indoors over the coming months. While we’re not quite ready for fake cobwebs and jack-o’-lanterns just yet, we do find that even a few small changes can go a long way in making a space feel much more cozy and inviting. If you’re on the hunt for some new fall decor ideas, check these out.
We’re of the belief that when it comes to using produce as decor, apples often end up taking a back seat to pumpkins, relegated instead to filling pies and donuts. Don’t get us wrong, you’ll definitely find plenty of gourds on our tables in the coming months, but for late summer into early fall, a big bowl of apples is a subtle way to acknowledge the changing season that just so happens to double as a tasty snack.
Nothing says “cozy” quite like a candle, and fall just so happens to come with some of the best scents. Classics like apple pie and pumpkin spice are great, but if you prefer something a little less traditional, wood, citrus, and musk are all lovely options to warm up a space without making it smell like a bakery. We love this Cozy Flannel scent from Easton Candle Co.
Bringing the colors of fall inside is a simple way to pay homage to the season without going against any existing decor. Simply cut a few small branches from a tree with changing leaves and place them in a vase or pitcher filled with water. If you have any nearby, ginkgo and maple are a few especially beautiful options.