Spice Up Your Living Space For Autumn With These Gold Coast Accessories

Autumn is in full swing and your wardrobe isn’t the only thing that needs some updating. Swapping out a few decorative pieces in your home makes all the difference in transitioning to this chillier season. As usual, earth tones and warm hues like oranges, browns and golds will bring an autumnal palette into your living space. Consider some of these fine items from Gold Coast retailers.

Antique Nickel Apple and Pear

Add variety and texture to any décor display or dining centerpiece. These decorative, cast-aluminum pieces of fruit are finished with an antique nickel patina for modern-rustic

$29 each; Arhaus, Roslyn; arhaus.com

Amelie Table Lamp

A classic style with timeless appeal, this multifaceted table lamp will enhance any glamorous living room, bedroom or home office. With copper colored glass panels and an off-white cotton shade, it casts a refined glow on tables of any color or finish.

$99; Safavieh, Manhasset, Port Washington, Glen Cove; safavieh.com

Grateful Floral Waffle Tea Towels

Welcome fall into your home with this festive tea towel. Beautiful embroidered fall foliage surrounds the gold embroidered text, “Grateful hearts gather here.” A lovely home decor item for Thanksgiving!

$19.95; Paper Source, Greenvale, Garden City; papersource.com

Serene Throw

The Serene Throw is full of depth and character and offers cozy, feel-good texture for autumn comfort. Finely crafted in New Hampshire, this solid, fringed throw provides stylish flair, especially when draped over the back of your sofa or chair, or at the foot of your bed. Serene is available in multiple fashion colors—beet, charcoal, citron and teal (not pictured)—that all work for fall.

$100 (member price); Ethan Allen, Huntington Station; ethanallen.com

Fig Leaf 32″ Wreath

You’ll never grow tired of Pier1’s classic oversized wreath, handcrafted of faux fig leaves in wonderful neutral tones. On your front door or table, or above your mantel, this is your big hello to harvest.

$59.99; Pier1, Huntington Station, Carle Place, New Hyde Park; pier1.com

Citrouille Two-Tone Suede Throw Pillow

Embracing an op art effect, this two-tone 22″-square accent pillow in orange and beige layers warm hues with subtle contrast. Hand-sewn maze configuration in suede on the front. Solid linen on the back. Inside, a plush down-blend insert for comfort. Exclusive to Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

$410 (member price); Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Manhasset; mgbwhome.com

Kimberly Dijkstra
Kimberly Dijkstra is the web editor for Anton Media Group, a writer for Long Island Weekly and recipient of several Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) and New York Press Association (NYPA) awards.

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