Are you looking for some fall decor inspiration? I’ll share some of my favorite early fall decorating ideas, including fall vignettes and natural elements from last year, and a few new ones as well.
Decorating my home for fall is always a slow process. I take my time packing up all the bright-colored, coastal-inspired summer decor and replace it with a few fall decorations at a time.
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Fall Vignettes in the Living Room
When creating fall vignettes I try to include warm tones, vintage finds, and a seasonal item or two.
Stacked books or a decorative tray to add both height and interest, are always my first step when creating a vignette.
Apples, pears, and pomegranates make great additions to a fall vignette. You can also use faux fruit and flowers, which look fabulous! Could you tell that these green apples are faux?
Sunflowers are such a great flower for transitioning from summer to early fall and will brighten up any room.
Baskets and wicker trays create a perfect fall vignette.
Vintage pieces bring a fall vignette to a new level.
Vintage Glass Bottles
Glass bottles are one of my favorite vintage items to mix in for a pretty fall vignette. I replaced the coastal summer blues with amber and darker green bottles for fall.
Flowers, Grasses and Branches
I love drying hydrangeas to use in fall vignettes. These blooms were cut towards the end of the summer after turning this amazing color.
Nothing says fall like a galvanized container of faux grasses. Click here for more fun container ideas.
Branches on their own can make for a simple yet interesting fall arrangement.
Cotton stems always make a strong impact. I usually leave them up through winter because I just can’t get enough of them.
Fall Vignettes in the bedroom
Dried hydrangeas and statice come from the garden.
I hope you found some inspiration here from my early fall vignettes and natural elements. This is such a fun time to decorate your home, and it’s easy to do! I look forward to sharing my fall home tour with you soon.
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Until next time,