Guest Picks: Decorating for Fall
Get your home ready for Thanksgiving entertaining with 20 products inspired by autumn
It's hard to believe that November is already here! With autumn in full force and Thanksgiving just around the corner, now is the perfect time to decorate your home with some fall accents. I've rounded up 20 simple and fabulous products that will help you create a festive and cozy atmosphere in your home this fall.
— Julie from Belle Maison 23
— Julie from Belle Maison 23
Shimmery mercury glass pumpkins look beautiful and elegant alongside flickering candles. Try lining these up on your mantle or down your dining table.
Wreaths add texture and warmth to any space. A wreath on the front door can set the mood for what guests can expect when they walk inside your home.
These festive place cards are perfect for setting the Thanksgiving table!
If you're feeling a little rustic, these organic-looking pumpkins would look beautiful mixed with crisp white linens and soft pumpkin-colored accents.
This gorgeous handmade wreath, crafted from cardstock and sprayed with subtle hints of metallic and pearlescent hues, is simply beautiful.
Fill a ceramic bowl or basket with a few dozen of these handmade felted wool acorns. They're a great way to infuse fall colors into your decor in a subtle and unique way.
These perforated metallic tealights are great for fall and can even transition into your Christmas decor.
Who doesn't love a room full of hanging tissue pom poms? They add instant texture and style to a dining room when clustered over the table.
Infuse the warm colors of autumn into your home with colorful accessories and vases like this one.
Add a touch of warm chocolate brown to your sofa with a couple of new accent pillows. Mix them with pumpkin colored pillows for a warm and cozy fall look.
I'd love to line these up on a mantle and place a single fall leaf or a sprig of fresh rosemary in each one. They are just lovely!
I love the vintage look of this pillow. It can be used for fall decor and can easily transition into an everyday accent pillow on a chair or bed.
This oversized basket is great for holding extra firewood when the weather starts to cool. It would also look great holding several pots of flowers in shades of red, orange and yellow.
I'm generally not a fan of items like this ceramic turkey; however, because this one is so small, it could actually look cute placed on a buffet table with candles. It would also make a cute individual place setting topper for a formal sit-down dinner.
Rustic, modern wooden leaves add a nice touch to tabletops and mantles. They'd also look great tied with string and hung as garlands.
Get cozy with this blanket while adding a punch of fall color to your decor!
What better way to create a cozy fall feeling in your home than with a Harvest scented candle?
How adorable is this little felted owl? He adds a touch of whimsy and fun to the holiday season.
These gilt gold chargers would look stunning on any tabletop for Thanksgiving. They would also transition easily into Christmas.