From gourds to Thanksgiving centerpieces, chances are you have plenty of fall décor to choose from. However, it’s likely that your furniture and fall décor weren’t purchased at the same time, thus presenting that old familiar challenge: How can you marry your furniture with your holiday accents for a cohesive look? It’s simpler than it seems, especially when you use the right pieces to pull your autumn aesthetic together. Let’s show you how!
Before you get started, lay out all of your fall décor in front of you. Once you know what you’re working with, you can envision where it all might look best. Mix in various tones to create an eclectic look and use contrasting elements to impress your guests. Here are a few ideas:
One of the best (and easiest) ways to make your space feel like fall is to bring in real flowers, wreaths, and leaves. When going all natural, it’s best to replace your flora every three weeks; for example, switch out sunflowers for evergreens and pinecones for your early winter centerpieces.
Adding fall photos is another effective way to make your existing décor shine. Use photos of pumpkin patch visits, apple picking, or swap out your regular art for your favorite fall landscape.
With the holidays and family dinners on the horizon, a buffet or sideboard can be a smart addition to your dining area. If you find yourself needing extra space for plates and side dishes for upcoming gatherings, this luxe sideboard (pictured below) is the right answer for you.
If one side of the room has more décor than the other, we suggest balancing the space by adding a smaller pieces, like an ottoman with a seasonal throw blanket. Another cute option is an end table with integrated USB charging (shown below). It’s perfect for adding style and function to any spot, from the bedroom to the office to the living room.
When the weather keeps you indoors, a wall mantel or a duraflame® electric stove heater can create a perfect autumn atmosphere. Cuddle up next to dancing flames, realistic fire, and toasty supplemental zone heat. You can even save money on those expensive gas bills when you lower your thermostat and use our electric heaters in the rooms you use the most.
Looking for more cozy additions for those fall and winter months? Explore our wide selection of electric stoves, wall mantels, TV stands with integrated fireplaces, and more.