“Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” – Lauren Destefano
We are so ready for fall! And while it may not feel like fall outside, we can make it feel nice and fall-ish inside!
1) Harvest entryway.
Fall means pumpkins. Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin bread and pumpkins to decorate your home. Your entryway should start the fall parade of pumpkin everything to all that knock on your door.
Can we ever have too many pumpkins in the fall? I think not.
2) Candles, candles and more candles.
Besides pumpkins, candles are also something you can never have enough of. Scented candles like cinnamon roll, vanilla bean, espresso, brown sugar, pumpkin spice, and apple pie are just some of the fragrances to enjoy this season.
3) Reading nook.
Create your own special cozy area where you can settle in and finally read those books you’ve been meaning to get to. Bonus points if your area is near the fireplace.
4) Setting the table.
With all the different bounties of fall, it makes decorating your table that much more fun.
There’s so many things to pick from, why not create a different tablescape every week?
5) What about setting table outside?
Fall means still being able to take advantage of weather you love to be in. Carry your fall decor to your outside tables on beautiful nights and embrace the season.
6) Bring out the blankets.
Don’t you just love relaxing on the couch snug under a cozy blanket with a hot cup of tea in hand? Seriously…heaven!
7) More pumpkins.
Pumpkins on the porch, pumpkins on the table and pumpkins in baskets. Mini pumpkins are just the cutest and making a pile of them together will make your heart soar.
8) Fall harvest.
Pumpkins aren’t the only fall fruits and vegetables that make beautiful decorations. Pears, apples, figs and pomegranates also make a stunning display.
9) Autumn wreath.
Greet your family and friends with a gorgeous wreath. This one is made out of rose hips and hawthorne. Isn’t it gorgeous?
10) Colorful Indian corn.
Dried Indian corn is a visual feast that adds a colorful touch to any room. Display it in a basket or bowls or add it to your mantle for a wow factor.
Check out 11 more tips for making your home super cozy this fall season on the Montana Happy blog!