See ya next year, Summer. Your sunny, popsicle-like colors and cheerful patterns are no longer needed. Now that the weather is forcing us to (happily) take out our chunky knits and massive blanket scarves, most of us are in the mood for deep hues, rich textures and classic fall elements. Bring on the gourds and leaves and pumpkins, am I right? Now, buying a few pumpkins is one thing—what to actually do with them is a completely other matter. If you're stuck on how to bring the cozy, warm vibes into your living space, scroll on down for all the fall inspiration.
Unfortunately, not all of us have a great front porch to showcase our fab fall decorations. But it is just as great to spill those ideas over into your entryway! Warm botanical prints + cozy pillows are a great option.
Less Isn’t Always More
Fall only comes around once a year, so why not go all-out? When it comes to pumpkins + gords, the many always look better than the few.
Warm up the hot cocoa, light up the fire pit, and curl up on your patio! Garlands and wreaths come in all different styles, and they always make a statement.
Who says that platers and watering cans should stay outside? We think “planting” your pumpkins is a fantastic idea. It makes the perfect transition when the weather gets cooler.
Find yourself a vintage fall tablecloth - or in this case, a fabulous blanket - and bring it all together with fairy tale pumpkins and brass candlesticks.
Apothercary Jars are a great décor item to have year-round. Storing small pumpkins inside them is a great way to make any area feel a little more autumn-y. Not to mention that you can trade out the items inside with each passing season!
If you’ve ever been to The NAT, you know we have a basket addiction! Whether they’re sitting on your porch or in your home, baskets are a great addition to any space. Use them to store all your cozy blankets, or if you fill them full of pumpkins, we think they’re a necessity.
Stop in this week and see some of the wonderful items that you can use to bring all of those autumn vibes right into your own home.