Seasonal Décor

Autumn Seasonal Décor
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Autumn is arguably the coziest time of year. Scents of apple, cinnamon and pumpkin follow everywhere you go, there’s the constant tune of leaves crunching underfoot and boots and flannels take over your wardrobe. But it wouldn’t be fall without warm color schemes spread around your home as the seemingly endless décor options make their way into stores this season.


Embrace the season with every meal. This cotton placemat combines the autumn staples of fringe, plaid and the classic colors of fall.

$4.95; Pier 1.


Hedgehogs are too cute to ignore. Sprinkle some fun into your kitchen with these adorable hand-painted salt and pepper creatures.

$9.95; Pier 1.

Wrought Iron

Light up the room with this wire pumpkin, complete with an LED candle in the center. Adorned with faux leaves and beads, this piece is the perfect addition to any fall-inspired space.

$19.99; Bed Bath & Beyond.


No home is complete without a seasonal wreath. The leaves, fruits and pinecones decorating this piece are sure to transform wherever it’s hung into an autumnal wonderland.

$59.99; Target.


Clean up with some festive cheer. These harvest-inspired napkins can be handed out with dinner, or you can make a DIY project out of it and frame one for decoration.

$5.95; Pier 1.


Every couch needs a pretty decorative pillow. Embroidered with pumpkins and sunflowers, this pillow is the perfect way to add some seasonal coziness to your furniture.

$29.99; Target.


Bring the scents of the great outdoors to each room of your house with this collection of autumn-themed potpourri. With shapes like owls and pumpkins, this collection has something for the animal-lover and food-enthusiast alike.

$14.99-$29.99; Bed Bath & Beyond.

Welcome Mat

Welcome friends and family into your home with a nature-themed welcome mat. With leaves in various states of change, acorns and sunflowers decorating its border, this mat will liven up your entryway and clean shoes at the same time.

$35.99; Bed Bath & Beyond.

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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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