Is Your Home Ready for Fall?

We know! We know! We’re not exactly ready to say goodbye to summer either but like it or not, fall is right around the corner. Stores have already started selling Halloween decorations! Autumn isn’t all bad either. There are some incredible pieces that we can’t wait to incorporate back into our décor. To help you prepare your home for the season, we’ve selected a variety of interiors that showcase all the best qualities of interior design for fall. Take a look:

1. Prepare Your Outdoor Living Space

Autumn marks the last days before winter when you can truly enjoy your outdoor living room. Kari McIntosh of Kari McIntosh Design shows us how to decorate your patio or garden to make the most of the still warm days.


Photo:  Eric Zepeda

2. Make the Most of Your Location

Whether you’re in a wooded glen or the center of a city, make the most of your environment. Charles Cunniffe Architects showcases the beauty of the natural landscape around this residence by keeping things simple and windows free from treatments.


3. Revisit Your Palette

You don’t have to repaint your entire home to have fun with an autumnal palette. Allison Caccoma brings in the deep oranges, warm golds, and cool mauves of fall with her textiles and décor.

Photo: Stacy Bass

Photo: Stacy Bass

4. Play Up Textures

The sunny summer weather may be cooling down, but that doesn’t mean your interiors have to! Robin Heard of Robin Heard Design creates a cozy environment with a mixture of textures and deep hues.


5. Decorate Your Mantel

As the weather grows colder, your fireplace will become a centerpiece in your home. Make sure it’s looking its best by displaying a vignette of accents atop its mantel. Lane McNab of Lane McNab Interiors shows us how it’s done with this chic arrangement.


6. Embrace Tradition

It may seem obvious, but a simple wreath or display of branches will immediately transport guests to a cozy and happy place this season. We love the autumnal arrangement on this Country home designed by Andrew Skurman Architects.

Martin Young of Martin Young Interiors incorporates a gorgeous piece inspired by autumnal branches, creating a chic yet seasonal environment in this home.

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7. Bring the Outdoors In

Alden Miller of Alden Miller Interiors brings fall flavor to this interior with the use of seasonally-colored foliage. A natural wood countertop also adds to the cozy warmth of an autumnal residence.


Fall is right around the corner. Make sure your home is ready and be prepared for thick, comfy throws and seasonal décor!