Looking for a way to ease into fall decorating without going overboard? This subtle fall decor brings in hints of the season for years when you want to keep things simple.
The subtle fall decor touches I added to the porch were all items I purchased previously, aside from the pumpkins and mums, of course. One benefit to now living in New Hampshire is that I could pick up some heirloom pumpkins and mums right at the farm stand minutes from our house!
I used what I already had on hand. My muted pillows have been in storage for a couple of years, but I was excited to bring them back out again this year.
I added some felt pumpkins from the Target dollar spot to the built-ins, as well as some sweet woodland critter candles I’ve had for years. Some were from Pottery Barn and some were found at Target. I believe they still have them occassionally!
One subtle fall decor touch I experimented with this year was dried flowers. The only dried flowers I usually decorate with are hydrangeas, but I found these at the Farmer’s Market where I bought the pumpkins and mums. I thought they were really gorgeous, and I loved the juxtaposition of pale pink along with all of the faded orange colors.
The fall pillows and blankets were all HomeGoods finds, so I’ll be working to source some similar ones (or find the original source). This blanket reminds me of one my grandmother had crocheted and had on her sofa, I think it must have had similar colors!
I took more pictures that I could possibly fit in a post, so make sure to follow along on Instagram @ninahendrickhome for more over the coming fall months! Happy decorating!