If you're looking to add a bit of fall to your home, but aren't quite sure where to start, consider one (or a few!) of these things.
1| Throw pillows (always, always!) are an easy swap for each new season & can instantly update a space. I'm especially loving these ones from Indigo.
2| Outdoor Lights. So this is for outside, but it'll make your fall a little more delightful! If you have a patio or a deck & don't have outdoor string lights for the space consider investing in some. This time of year you can often times find them on sale. They're the perfect addition to your porch/deck for sipping that warm drink outside on those beautiful, chilly fall evenings.
3| Baskets are a necessity in our home (at least according to me!). Empty one, move it to the living room, and fill it with some extra throw blankets. You know, if you aren't using them already, you'll be using them soon.
4| Add a wreath to your front door or somewhere inside your home. Instant fall fix. This little cotton one is perfect for fall!
5| Vases & Candles. Grabbing a cute little vase and filling it with fall flowers is always a must at some point during the season. Because every now and then you have to buy yourself some flowers. And candles. I love candles and fall & winter are definitely candle season. Bring out (or pick up) a cute votive holder or candle. Instant cozy.
6| A good fall mug goes a long way. This metallic feather one is super cute!
7| Floor pillows & poufs (cute little footstools) will for sure add some cozy to your space for the season. Especially for those of you with kids who feel like you're always on the floor! You can find this one here.
8| Throw blankets are a must in our house. If you've had them tucked away for the warmer months, dig them out or think about treating yourself to a new one. This cute one is from Indigo.
9| Yes. This last one is a tree stump. This might not be possible. But have you seen how people have been using these as side tables? They really bring a natural element into your home and would definitely help with the rustic fall factor. You can buy them - however, the ones I've seen are on the price-y side. Thalita has a cool tutorial on how she made her own, they turned out so nice! It is a process though, that involves letting it dry out completely. You'll have to head over to her blog and check it out. I'd love to try this sometime, just have to find a tree stump!
Those are just a few ways you can prep your home for the fall (and even winter) season. What elements & accessories do you like to add to your home for fall?