The Ultimate Fall Decor Guide for a Holiday Season at Home

a cup of tea on a bed: Courtesy of Getty Images

© Provided by Travel + Leisure
Courtesy of Getty Images

Decorating for fall is one of those simple, inexplicable, and reliable pleasures that has its chance every year, regardless of any trials and tribulations (we’re looking at you, 2020). Richly scented candles and warm-hued throw pillows are particularly attractive around this time, and with the official start of fall already behind us, it’s the moment to pull out the autumnal table runners and throw blankets.

a person sitting on a sofa: Courtesy of Farah Merhi Farah Merhi at home.

© Provided by Travel + Leisure
Courtesy of Farah Merhi Farah Merhi at home.

Farah Merhi, designer, author, entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Inspire Me!

Read More

Fall home decor trends: Comforting hues, flexible design | Lifestyle

In recent years, brown anything in a living space was considered by some arbiters of decor as drab and outdated. But this fall the hue is back in favor, in part because of the unsettled, anxious state of the world.

“Brown traditionally makes people feel comfortable and safe, and those are feelings that many of us are looking to our homes to provide,” says interior designer Dawn Hamilton of Oakland Park, Florida.

It’s just one of the trends in decor this season, when the pandemic has made home an even more essential space for living, working, studying and more. Also

Read More

Garden Variety: Natural touches for your fall decor | News, Sports, Jobs

hiddennaturedesign.com | Magazine 7 by AF themes.