For me, fall decorating is tricky sitch. As you know I’m not a fan of bright colors…everytime I try to incorporate anything more than navy blue the fruit bowl effect happens…but yes, I’m reading this book for color help. If I were to combine orange and red with pumpkin spice and everything nice, clutch the pearls honey, I’d break my house. Remember the purple pig incident?
Now, I’m not the grinch who stole autumn, I just decorate for fall in a different way. Think plaids, buffalo check (this cute little black and white pouf), warm chenille blankies and can’t forget the faux fur. Rather than full out fall decor, I create cozy nooks to curl up in. To show you exactly what I mean, I wanted to share a room full of fall decor all from Walmart. Let’s break it down.
First, let’s start with the room foundation basics: sofa, lamp, etagere, and art. I chose this cute Mid-Century Modern style sofa (btdubs, this one is loved by ELLE Decor) and check out those marble shelves on that brass etagere! One of my favorite lamps in my home is a vintage lollipop lamp. I squealed with joy when I found one here.
Second, I layered in texture with that rattan mirror (only a few left) and those nubby pillows.
Third and final, bring on the plaid, faux fur, coziness. Voila!
Have a glam brass lamp? Let it rest for a few months and swap it out for one with a wood base. It instantly adds warmth. A seagrass basket is not only perfect for storing blankets but it also adds texture to a corner.
If the pumpkin spice look is a must-have for the festive feels, fill that clamshell (there’s only 6 left!) on the coffee table up with these cute gourds. It’s all about adding fall decor in a subtle way. Wanna take fall to another level? Go ahead and change out the black and white art for a fall wreath. I’m have a slight love affair with this feather wreath
This is how I added a few fall touches to my own home…and yes, I’ve been enjoying my morning coffee here every morning. Although see that cream blanket? I’ve had to hide it from Cooper. He loves the extra softness of the chenille and just doesn’t want to give it up. Can you blame the kid? I guess there’s a reason why it’s a best seller.
Do you spy the pumpkins? The kids noticed them right away. See how easy decorating for fall can be…and to boot, it doesn’t break the bank!
This post is sponsored by Walmart. All my words and opinions are my own.