Add Simple Fall Touches to Your Home
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Hi there! Time is flying and before you know it Halloween will be here. By now a lot of people have already decorated for Fall, but if you find yourself still lagging behind or in need of a few ideas to add some simple fall touches I am found a few things on Amazon that might just be for you.
While some homes look like they are overdone in fall decor, just know that you don’t have to go all out in order to get a fall feel throughout your space.
By simply changing a few items here and there or adding a new color to the mix, you can instantly bring in all the fall feels and cozy up your home for the season. Plus with quick Amazon shipping they will be here in no time, so you don’t have to worry about being behind.
For my first pick, I am sharing this beautiful garland. The bright orange of fall is replaced with muted fall colors and white pumpkins, and this would be perfect on a mantle or as a centerpiece on your dining table.
Speaking of tables, another super easy way to add fall touches to your dining space is by simply adding placemats. You know how much I love placemats.
Well, I love these round ones below. And they come in a variety of colors that are all perfect for fall. You can use really deep tones or more orange ones.
Plus, I like that these are round and not your usual rectangular ones. Their woven texture and frayed edges really makes them standout.
3. Cloth Napkins
If you’re not into placemats, no worries! Simply add some fabric table linens. These more traditional cloth napkins have an old world feel (that I adore!). And while they don’t have any pumpkins or gourds on them, they add a nice fall touch with the simple neutral colors.
Their design is a little more formal and can elevate your table no matter how simple it’s decorated.
4. Napkin Rings
My last item for the dining area are these beautifully assorted copper leaf napkin rings. You can add these to the napkins above or skip the new napkins altogether and just add these to your existing ones. They go perfect with the taupe ones below.
One thing that we usually forget is ourselves during this time. I mean we are in our homes more, so why not look festive too?
I don’t know about you, but I love cooking and baking with aprons. And this plaid apron has the perfect fall look. It’s really inexpensive, and it’s not covered in pumpkins, leaves or cheesy fall quotes. It’s perfectly preppy for any fall occasion!
6. Velvet Pumpkins
Of course, we can’t forget the pumpkins! And I love this velvet grouping of 8! These have a more sophisticated look with their color and texture and I am all for it! Plus, they come out to about $2.50 each and that’s including the large ones.
7. Plaid Throws
Another great way to add a fall touch is by adding throws to your living spaces. It’s the perfect time for them since the weather is getting cooler. And this one is particularly beautiful with its plaid pattern and neutral colors.
This could even be used right through Christmas if you have a more neutral Christmas theme as well.
8. Neutral Pumpkin Pillows
Of course, we can’t go without a nice pumpkin pillow. I am not particularly fond of them being too embellished, but this is the perfect accent piece. It’s not over-powering with orange pumpkins and black wording all over the place.
The light green pumpkin adds a nice touch without it being too theme-y. With items like these, less is more. One pumpkin is good enough for me!
9. Greenery Stems
Of course, when adding touches of pumpkins, you may need greenery here and there. And these fall colored eucalyptus picks are perfect! Bunch them up to make a large accent piece or separate them out to make several smaller displays.
Either way, this adds a nice touch to any vase and brings in those beautiful fall colors without it being overdone.
10. Flameless Candles
And, if you need ambiance, flameless candles are perfect. Flameless candles have come a long way and I prefer them to real ones, since the kids are still small and all. These remote control ones are gorgeous with a tinted brown imitation glass surround so they won’t shatter if they fall.
You can place them in a tray on your living room coffee table or as part of a centerpiece on a larger table. These would also look really nice on a mantle as well.
And finally another way to add a touch of fall (this time to your kitchen) is by adding a stone colored crock to house your utensils. While I love me some white crocks in the kitchen, there is no doubting the impression a beautiful stone crock can add.
Pair it with some gold utensils or wooden spoons and you instantly have a lovely “arrangement” in your kitchen that is also quite practical.
Well, that is it! I hope this gives you some ideas as to how you can add some quick and easy fall touches to your space if you still find yourself needing some ideas.
I hope you are having a great week so far and I will see you in the next one!
Until then… adios!