It's the day after Halloween and I've already seen 3 Christmas commercials. Typical. As an adult I like to enjoy my holidays one season at a time and there's something to be said about savoring each season, enjoying the now instead of anticipating the next. Autumn is filled with so much deliciousness and beauty and I'll be relishing in all of it this month.
When it comes to decorating our home, some predictable autumnal tones are shades of orange, yellow and red as seen in the change in foliage, but these colors can also feel commercial and may not work with your style. For me, I'm really feeling this warm, neutral palette, where subtle hints of nature are integrated into your existing decor for a look that will last all season and even transition into winter. (well maybe not the pumpkins).
Creamy white pumpkins, sage green eucalyptus, sea glass vases and bowls, & crisp white mums enhance a neutral backdrop and look lovely contrasted with black accents and trims. I also love the unexpected look and tones of ornamental cabbage (also known as flowering kale) as seen below.
If you're looking for some subtle ways to cozy up your home, embrace the fall season or just need some Thanksgiving day decor ideas, I hope this post brings you some inspiration and reminds you to slow down, smell the mums, and enjoy the season to its fullest.