The Pieces That Will Take Your Home From Summer to Fall for Under $50
Everything you need to master transitional decor.
Published Aug 24, 2017 3:56 PM
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This pillow is the ultimate cold-weather accessory. Braided wool contributes texture and warmth while the soft material feels as cozy as a throw blanket.
Safavieh All Over Braid Pillow, $47.99
If you’re wondering what business a straw—which, ICYMI, is the unofficial material of summer—basket has in an autumn-themed shopping guide, consider this: fall means the return of colder weather, which in turn means the return of cozy throws. And where better to keep those aforementioned throws than stored away in a chic basket?
The quickest way to make your home feel like fall is to make your home smell like fall. This candle has notes of firewood and charcoal for a smoky scent that’s quintessentially autumnal.
Your plants don’t have to die as soon as the weather gets colder: Opt for hard-to-kill plants that require little maintenance (like succulents) and will survive the winter temps to keep a natural element present in your home year-round. This sculptural terra cotta planter is minimalist and simple enough to match any decor scheme.
Make your bed or sofa fall-ready with a fuzzy throw. This uber soft blanket is great for a layered look (a favorite fall trend) when paired with other bedding; though you can always roll it up and stow away in a basket for easy organization.
Target Threshold Fuzzy Throw, $12.74
Just because it’s almost fall, doesn’t mean you have to completely eschew color. A vibrantly-colored area rug like this Persian-inspired one will brighten your space on gloomier days and also warm up any bare floors.
Dress up an empty coffee table for fall by adding a medley of different-sized candles, each housed in these stylish candleholders. The copper finish is very season-appropriate, too.
Looking to give your room a completely new feel for the season? Try a dark-colored wallpaper with a bold print for an easy way to instantly transform the space. We love the combination of charcoal and deep green here for a color palette that’s decidedly fall.