Neutral Fall Decor
Although it’s a little early, I can’t help but notice the new fall items that have been hitting the stores lately. Neutral fall decor to me, is all about textures, and warm, earthy tones, and the collections I’ve been seeing lately have been pulling at my autumn loving heart strings.
I plan to start incorporating fall decor in September, because in the blogging world, Christmas starts in October, if not sooner! And since I’m always a bit late with sharing seasonal inspo, I figured I’d share a few neutral fall decor items that have caught my eye lately.
Neutral Fall Decor Faves
I love the texture and pattern of this pillow, it would be a great addition for fall and could easily transition throughout the winter.
I’ve had my eye on this pillow for a while, it comes in a few different colors, and
This wood pedestal bowl would look so pretty on a kitchen island or table filled with apples or pears. It would also be a great addition to add contrast and warmth to dark or light surfaces.
Rubber plants are probably my favorite plant, but I just can’t seem to keep them alive. I’m thinking of grabbing one of these for Nia’s dorm room.
A little brass goes a long way. This vintage looking would look great styled on a coffee table with candles, a small plant and some books.
These are my favorite affordable black lanterns, I love their transitional style, and they’re great to use through all the seasons. I’ve used them inside and outdoors.
This candle has been a constant in my Fall home for the past three years.This candle is so amazing, it has a spicy and sweet scent, and makes the best crackling sound like your sitting in front of an open fire. Ahhhh, give me all the fall vibes!
I love the rich tone of this mirror, combined with the modern black hanger, this would look great over an entry table or mantel (And it’s currently on clearance!)
This would look beautiful layered on a mantel or in am autumn gallery wall.
Love the unique shape and the tones of this candle holder.
These are a great way to add warmth and texture to your fall vignettes
The oversized plaid pattern on this pillow is a fresh take on a buffalo check pattern.
Rust tones have been pretty popular over the past couple of years, and I’m so glad to see more of it!
Lastly, what’s better than a solid rust pillow? A rust patterned pillow. A small scale patterned pillow, paired with larger scale patterns is key to a winning pillow combo.
Last Week’s Best Sellers Can Easily Translate To Fall As Well
And while I’m at it, I figured I’d share last week’s best sellers, that can all easily translate into neutral fall decor. (You can shop, by clicking directly on the item)
These curtains have become quite popular since I first installed them in our home almost two years ago. The neutral windowpane plaid gives a preppy cottage look, but with takes it up a modern notch. I love these curtains so much, and will likely switch back to them in the colder months as they are thick and offer some insulation in our somewhat drafty house.
I use this blanket on our bed, and it’s so soft and warm, and provides beautiful texture and interest when styling.
These are my favorite planters, I use them in my home as planters as well as crocks to hold my kitchen utensils.
I’ve had this rug in our sitting room for over a year and I love the tones and pattern in this rug, and it has worked well for me throughout the seasons.
These sconces are a great way to add interest to a small wall space. They’re great for flanking a mirror or wall art, and they’re super affordable at only about $20 each.
Also, a couple of weeks ago I chatted about how I wanted a new dining room table. Well I pulled the trigger on one and it will be here on Saturday–I can’t wait, and am really praying that it works out! Until then friends!