Text by Hannah Jones
While some are already getting Christmas decorations out, we’re still soaking up our last month of fall! We love to add décor throughout the season, especially using natural elements from our own backyard. We’re taking inspiration from a few of our favorite influencers unique style ideas. See them all below!
Winter isn’t the only season that gets to be cozy! We love how Brooke from Nesting with Grace created a cozy spot for her family using plenty of comfy throws and pillows in harvest season colors and electric-flame candles.
Corn Husk Entrance
Mums and pumpkins get to have all the fun in fall, but what about corn husks? These beauties are perfect for carrying your fall décor from September through November.
Moody Table Setting
Using moody hues like deep wine, crimson, and burnt orange with gold accents brings a cozy and intimate atmosphere to any dinner party.
No need to buy all the pumpkins and mums at the store! This year, we’ve seen so many bloggers and influencers using branches from their own backyard as décor, and we couldn’t love it more!
Wild for Wheat
Jessica took simple sprigs of wreath and taped them to cheese boards for a unique but easy autumn display.
This fall porch is over-the-top perfection! Stacks of pumpkins—some faux and some real—mixed with hay bales, corn husks, and mums makes a welcoming entrance that’ll last through Halloween and beyond!
Neutral, Natural Palette
Autumn is the perfect season to find inspiration in natural elements like color and texture.
Suspended lanterns with candles could easily be transitioned from Halloween to Thanksgiving by simply switching out the candles for different colors.
Mums the Word
Plenty of mums is a sure sign of fall! Quick tip—wait to purchase your mums until the temperatures start to drop as hot weather will quickly kill the plants.
When in doubt for autumn décor, just add in a few accents like pillows and cozy throws in harvest-season colors, like burgundy, red, yellow, and burnt orange.
Bright and Airy
If you like to keep things white and bright, opt for neutral and natural elements, like wheat, dried corn husks, and white pumpkins.