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 the perfect flower for 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.
This stunning fall floral arrangement was made for my Cottages and Bungalows photoshoot last season.
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,