Autumn is probably the most popular season of the year probably because it leads right into the holiday season. Below are the top five fall décor trends of 2020.
- Pampas Grass
We are seeing pampas grass everywhere this season. It comes in many different colors and can be used as a centerpiece or accent décor. The beautiful colors with the wild texture perfectly complement any décor style and add a classy, vintage, and warm feel to your homes.
We all know fall décor is incomplete without pumpkins. This season, pumpkin décor comes in many forms like painted and glittered pumpkins. Placing pumpkins in unexpected places and decorating every nook and cranny with pumpkins is a super hot trend at the moment. We are also seeing the white/ghost pumpkins very popular this season, both indoors and outdoors, like the front porch, console, dining, coffee tables, and even bathrooms. These modern pumpkins come in many different fabrics like velvet, suede, and plaid.
- Fall Floral Arrangements
Fall is here, and it is time to swap out the summer floral décor. Cream and Orange Heather Wheat Stems, Wildflower Bush, Orange Raffia, and sunflower stems are the perfect options to create a warm fall look. You can pair multiples of these together to fit your home style and taste. These floral arrangements are perfect for the mantel, dining room table centerpieces, and an entryway table.
- Bring the Outside in
Gather leaves, pine scone, acorns, and small branches to introduce a natural element to your home. A great DIY is to collect fall leaves from your backyard and decorate them to create a beautiful piece of art. It can be on a canvas or framed. You can also use different colored leaves as accents on serving trays and console tables.
- Traditional Thanksgiving Décor
You can never go wrong with traditional décor. Traditional Thanksgiving décor represents abundance and bounty. Incorporating rich and cozy colors can add a nostalgic and inviting yet comfortable atmosphere to your home. Pilgrim and Native American décor, the real reason we celebrate Thanksgiving, is also a popular tradition.
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