41 Fall Decorating Ideas To Help You Live Your Coziest Life

We're falling so hard for these. (See what we did there?)

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Pile on the plaid, go all out on the throw pillows—and don't forget the firewood. The year's comfiest decor season is here, and we've got inspiration for days. Need some fall ideas for your backyard? We've got those too!

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Green & Brown

Decorate in greens and browns to bring some earthiness to your room. We're dying over this emerald green accent wall.

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More: 30 Rustic Fall Color Schemes to Try This Season

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Reclaimed Wood

A reclaimed wood table is perfect for rustic fall dinners. If you don't want to splurge on a dining table, add in reclaimed wood accents in a bench, chair, or wall art.

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Sheepskin

Sheepskin is peak cozy—instead of using it as a rug, drape it over a chair for a cool, laid-back vibe.

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Burgundy

Swap your summer pastels for deeper colors like burgundy. Add a buffalo check throw and you're good to go.

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Pom Poms

Pom poms = all the cozy feels. DIY a pom pom pin to hold all your extra pillows and throws.

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Floor Pillows

Pillows are great on your couch, but try adding some oversize floor pillows as well. It'll make your space feel so much warmer, relaxed, and inviting.

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Patterned Rugs

Swap out your rug for a patterned rug in fall colors—oranges, reds, browns, and purples. It'll instantly made the room feel richer and bold.

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Fringe

All the fringe for fall, please. It looks especially cool on throw pillows and blankets.

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Pumpkins

Obvious, but still worth including. The easiest and most cost-effective way to update your home for fall is with pumpkins. If you want something a little more chic, go for white instead of orange.

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Bath Throw

Who says throws are just for your couch and bed? Add a throw over your bathtub—it may not be practical, but it looks seriously cozy.

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Add A Fur Throw

An easy way to transition an all-white bedroom from summer to fall? Add a dark fur throw.

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A Cozy Entry Nook

Swap out your standard entry table for an upholstered bench. Top it with throw pillows and books for a more home-y entrance.

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Poufs

Sure, ottomans and poufs are great any time of year, but they just feel extra comfy in the fall—especially this giant furry one.

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Painted Pumpkins

Plain orange and white too humdrum for your tastes? Break out your nail polish and marbleize your pumpkins. Minds = blown.

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Pumpkin Vases

Why would you ever put flowers in a real vase when you could put them in a pumpkin vase?

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Leopard Print

Don't be intimidated—leopard print can actually look really subtle (and almost neutral!) if you choose softer tones. Add wood accents and it feels totally earthy and grounding.

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Bathroom Rug

Skip the bathmat and add a patterned rug in fall tones. It warms up the room, and makes your bathroom total boho goals.

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Kerri McCaffety
Try Faux Fur

Faux fur throws and a matching velvet sofa take coziness to the max. It feels like being wrapped in a warm blanket.

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Annie Schlechter
Add Thick Panels

With chillier (and longer!) nights up ahead, try swathing your sleeping space with homey patterns. This bedroom combines tartan with a stripe fabric on the walls, valances, and bed skirt.

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Ngoc Minh Ngo
Orange Accents

Get that fall feeling year-round with a foliage-inspired accent wall. If that feels too bold for you, you can always opt for a chair in a red or orange hue.

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James Merrell
Hang A Quilt

Soften any wall (even those made of logs!) with handmade textiles in bright hues. Bonus points if you made the quilt yourself.

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Erica George Dines
Restyle The Mantle

Birch logs, candlesticks, and some perfectly stacked art books highlight this Victorian fireplace. It's even more intimate thanks to silk curtains.

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Trevor Tondro
Swap In Seasonal Greenery

A bunch of magnolia leaves add a fresh note to a neutral living room. The branches pick up warm colors of the space, including a reclaimed-wood mantel.

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Douglas Friedman
Designate A Reading Corner

Don't give up on those unopened beach reads just yet. Curl up in a cozy nook with a glass of wine and you won't miss the warm weather quite so much.

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Melanie Acevedo
Prep The Bar

Keep the ingredients for fall cocktails close by at the bar. In this upstate New York house, the liquor is stocked in the "barmoire."

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Melanie Acevedo
Add Luxe Texture

Don't get cold feet. Swap a summery rug for a luxe carpet and you'll have your very own en-suite spa.

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Mikkel Vang
Hang A Wreath

Craft your way to a festive space with a DIY project or fake it with the store-bought version. Either way, check out our top fall wreaths for instant autumn.

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Eric Piasecki
Drape A Cozy Throw

Getting out of bed is already a struggle, but a plush blanket and matching pillows will make you want to hit the snooze button just one more time. This master bedroom feels extra snug thanks to the upholstered niche.

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Christopher Sturman
Layer Rugs

Too many carpets? No such thing. This cozy living room overlapped 10 different Moroccan rugs.

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Eric Piasecki
Build Up The Fire

A classic log house nails cold-weather decorating with plenty of rugs, pillows, and throws, but the massive stone fireplace really steals the scene. Warm up right in front of the hearth on a pair of fur-covered lounge chairs.

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