How did this Summer fly by?? I can’t believe it’s already Labor Day weekend. Which means it’s basically Fall. Crazy. One thing to know about me—I love home decor, but have a love/hate relationship with seasonal decor. I like celebrating each season, but I don’t want the seasonal decor to overwhelm my everyday things. I want the seasonal stuff to be accents—not the main stars. As such, I like to keep an eye out for seasonal decor that fits the aesthetic of my home. This month, I’m on the hunt for a few grandmillennial fall decor items to add to my collection.
Below are some of my favorites. The descriptions and links are below the picture, going left to right, top to bottom. Click the numbers to get more info on a product.
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One | What better way to welcome guests than with a pretty doormat? I loved the berry color of this one.
Two | This little gold bird was just too cute.
Three | I am obsessed with this tortoiseshell cutlery.
Four | Every list of Fall decor items needs at least one pumpkin. I liked this one because it’s a neutral color—making it easy to blend in with existing decor.
Five | This vintage Wedgewood platter is stunning and would make a lovely addition to any tablescape.
Six | Right now, I have a rattan tray on our coffee table. I am planning to switch it out for this bronze tray for Fall and Winter.
Seven | I am a sucker for a fun napkin ring, and these leaf shaped ones definitely caught my eye.
Eight | Of course, I would also need pretty napkins to go with the napkin rings. I liked the warm hued plaid print of these.
Nine | With the upcoming holidays likely comes guests. This set of lotion, hand soap, and a candle is sure to make them feel right at home. If you’re traveling, it would also make a great hostess gift.
Ten | One of my favorite parts of decorating for Fall is swapping out the wreath on our front door. I know, I’m weird. Our current one is on its last legs, so I have my eye out for a replacement. This wreath from Target is definitely a contender.
Eleven | Around here, cool weather means more candles. I really liked the simplicity of this hurricane candle holder.
Twelve | Like I mentioned in the introduction, I swap out pillows seasonally. In cooler months, I like to add a few velvet pillows to the mix. The fringe on these is a fun detail.
Thirteen | These dried wheat sheaves would be very pretty tucked onto a mantle.
Fourteen | I am a throw blanket addict. There. I admitted it. I liked the neutral color and texture of this one.
Fifteen | How gorgeous is this berry color glassware??
Sixteen | And finally—I love the color of this basket. It would be great for stashing a few extra throw blankets.
And that wraps up the list! I was definitely drawn to lots of berry and rust shades. Our house is predominately blue—adding in some warmer shades is a great way to make it feel a bit cozier in the Fall. How do you decorate for Fall? What was your favorite grandmillennial fall decor item from the list? Share in the comments!