7 Decor Ideas To Transition Your Home From Summer To Fall

With September just around the corner, you have probably already got your Summer to Fall wardrobe transition well underway. The printed scarves have been added to your everyday look and your jackets have been recovered from the depths of your closet.

But as you enter your home donning the latest knitwear, you seem to notice that the Summery decor isn’t exactly fitting in with the outdoor environment.

Put those Summery accessories away, it’s time to add Fall into your home decor. So how exactly do you add a quintessential Fall edge without your home looking like one giant pumpkin patch?

Transitional decor of course!

Today we share seven easy decor ideas that will transition your home from Summer to Fall…

1.Add Pops of Fall Color


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Update your home’s crisp Summer palette with cleverly placed pops of Fall color.

Shades such as ochre, burnt orange, burgundy and berry will instantly take your home from Summer to Fall.

As Fall becomes cooler, continue adding accessories in Fall hues for a cozy and seasonal vibe. The best thing about this technique is that the accessories can be easily changed out between seasons.

Accessories including pillow covers, throws, rugs and table runners are all wonderful ways to transition your home from Summer to Fall.

Our Fall Color Picks

SilverBlack & White

Damask style table runner, hawthorn leaf table runner, floral embroidered pillow cover

2. Embrace Knitted textures


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Summer to Fall transitional home decor is more similar to our wardrobes than we may think. Exhibit A: the chunky knit. A knitted throw here and a chunky wool pillow cover there may be all it takes to escape the upcoming cold!

3. Plaid Is The Way

Plaid is huge in both fashion and home decor for Fall 2017. Luckily, it is also a great way to get our homes out of the Summer season and planted firmly in Fall territory.

Add the air of a Fall picnic to your kitchen with a plaid table cloth or table runner.

Alternatively, a plaid bedspread, pillow covers, or blanket is a great way to snuggle up Fall-style in the bedroom.

Our Plaid Picks


Modern squares rectangular tablecloth, modern blocks accent pillow cover

4. Put A Leaf On It


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Leaves are to Fall as snow is to Winter. In other words, add a few leaves into your home decor for an easy and quick transition to Fall.

But before you go ahead and scatter real dead leaves onto your table, we’ll let you know that there is a far classier route to take. Simply add leaf-printed accessories and your home will instantly be taken from Summer to Fall.

Printed pillow covers, table cloths and even wall art are great ways to add some leafy goodness into your home.

Leafs We Love

Embroidered leaf placemats, jacquard floral pillow covers, hawthorn leaf table runner

5. Add Woodland Nature


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Whilst you are adding leaf prints to your home, why not throw a fox or two in there too? There’s something so typically Fall about woodland nature prints and we are obsessing over cute fox, hare and owl prints.

6. Add Natural Elements


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Wicker, raw wood and straw are all fantastic fabrics to welcome in the season of the harvest!

Choose wicker baskets over conventional storage, add a wooden centerpiece and, if you really want to get into the Fall spirit, make a wreath!

Nice Natural Textures

Shimmering spiral hand embroidered placemats

7. Swap Silver For Gold


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Whereas silver brings about images of warm Moroccan markets, gold is all about bonfires and falling leaves.

Take your home from Summer to Fall by simply swapping silver decor accessories for gold.

Good As Gold

SilverCoffee BrownOrange

Exotic Oriental table runner, hand embroidered table placemat set, paisley embroidered pillow cover

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Rachel Holliday

Rachel Holliday

Interior design and fashion contributor at Banarsi Designs. Writer and Aussie-based fashion and personal style blogger at www.thedailyluxe.net