Although it may not feel like it, Summer is now officially over and we are into Autumn!
Next to Christmas, Autumn is one of our favorite seasons for decoration ideas. We love the colors and the coziness that that come with them. Adding some autumn decoration to your home doesn’t have to be difficult, expensive, or time consuming, so give it a try!
So have a look at some simple autumn decor inspiration! There are lots of wonderful ideas so be sure to see them all!
Let’s get started!
Use natural elements.
Since autumn is the season of the harvest, it’s the perfect time to gather up pumpkins, apples, gourds, or other seasonal crops to display in your home. Or perhaps take a walk to the nearest park and gather some brown leaves, pinecones, or acorns.
Pumpkins are fun to use as there are many different varieties. Place them in bowls or baskets, add a few berry sprigs or fresh leaves and you’ll have a beautiful display!
Use Autumn prints or other artwork.
There are so many beautiful prints available these days and you can find many free prints online. All you need to do is choose what you like, print it out, and put it on display.
Chalkboards are lots of fun to work with and you can be as simple or as elaborate as you like with your designs. You also don’t need to worry about having to store them in the off-season – just keep them up year round and change up your artwork.
Put together a beverage bar.
Autumn in many countries is all about the apple cider but you can do a hot chocolate bar or coffee bar with some seasonal flavors such as pumpkin spice or cinnamon.
Add some color to tie the space together.
Use some orange berry twigs that you can layer them throughout the room. It can create a cohesive look with those autumn colours orange shades.
Light it up.
Who says lights just have to be for Christmas? Add some battery powered lights to your autumn displays for some added warmth and coziness. You can purchase light strings with a timer so you can just set it once and then have them come on for a few hours every night without having to remember to turn them on and off.