Harvest Your Home

Autumn’s color palette
Find these copper candle holders at West Elm

Autumn’s color palette is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing of all the seasons. From burgundy to gold and chocolaty brown to vermilion, the season’s warm color scheme emphasizes coziness and the beauty of nature. Take inspiration from the changing leaves outside and dress up your home with some pieces inspired by the colors of fall and nature’s bounty.



Add some dimension to a room with these faceted candle holders (pictured above). Their rusty color is sure to bring that cozy autumn feeling to any space. $12-$24; West Elm.

Burnt Orange

With shades of orange swirled throughout, these pumpkin spice scented candles are ready to light up any space. Whether they’re used as decoration or as a way to scent the room, the warm smell of pumpkin is always welcome in the home. $5.95-$9.95; Crate & Barrel.


Cozy up with this deliciously soft, olive-toned blanket. With comfy cable knit on one side and faux sheepskin on the other, this throw will keep you warm all season long. $129; Pottery Barn.


This two-tone pillow, marked for both indoor and outdoor use, will bring warmth to wherever it’s placed. Complete with button embellishments, this plush piece is a cozy addition to any couch. $20; Pier 1.


Purple is often the forgotten color of fall. Bring the color into your home this season with a vase. With this piece’s purple-tinted wood and golden base, you’re sure to bring attention to whichever part of the room this is placed in. $29.99; Target.


Bring nature indoors with these handcrafted wooden fruits. Made from mahogany, these rustic pieces are perfect to scatter across a mantle or arrange in a bowl as a
table centerpiece. $15.95-$19.95; Pier 1.

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Allison Eichler
Allison Eichler is the former editor of Hicksville News and Farmingdale Observer and creates beauty content for Long Island Weekly.


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