We're way too excited for fall, and fall decor, this year. Yes, summer has come to an end, but don’t be too disheartened because it’s time for everyone’s (well, at least our) favorite season – fall. Think pumpkin spiced, well, everything, color palettes of burnt orange and terracotta, and pumpkins aplenty. And while you might be thinking about cozying up with a book or getting back into baking, there’s no better way to welcome the season than decorating your home in style…
Bring warm hues, cozy fabrics and cinnamon scents through from your front door to the rest of your house with these fall home decor buys. There’s inspiration for every room, from dinnerware sets and dishes for seasonal tablescaping to throws and cushions to adorn your bedroom and living room. Whether you’re hanging up a fall wreath or putting on a fall bedding set, you can buy on a budget.
And if you're wanting to save some more, then there are dozens of DIY fall decorating ideas too. So say hello to fall and spice up your home for the season.
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Being a home decor lover who's on a budget, Louise understands switching up your space for the season can be a costly ordeal:
"Decorating your home for the season and spending on the non-essential items can seem out of budget. But admittedly, non of us can resist buying a pumpkin-scented candle or two when fall comes around – I know I can't".
So aside from the fact these home decor pieces are completely chic and, of course, in an appropriate color palette of burnt orange, reds and browns, we've made sure they're worth every cent. We've shopped around, and found affordable buys that won't cost a buck. And we've chosen versatile pieces that won't look out of place for the rest of year, either.
15 budget-friendly fall decor buys for your home
Boucle is fabric of the season. On-trend, always and available at an affordable price, its texture is a great way to bring visual interest to your bed, couch or accent chair. So place these boucle cushions, fit with down-alternative inserts everywhere (and anywhere) and add instant cozy-chic vibes to your home.
Adorn your door with one of the best fall wreaths. It's a traditional way to begin your fall festivities and greet your guests in style. Hang inside or outside, but remember this one's real, so handle with care!
We love this fall bedding set from Bed Threads. It's a mix and match bundle of pillowcases, a duvet cover and fitted sheet in rust and terracotta. If you're not buying for how pretty it is, then know it's temperature regulating to help you transition into the colder months.
Lighten things up *literally* with these flameless pillar candles. Okay, they may be fairly standard compared to all the fall-scented real candles out there, but put them in a decorative lantern or holder and look just as good and last much longer.
There's no easier way to warm up a space than with a shaggy rug. Plus this chic trellis pattern is timeless, so you can sink your toes into this plush rug all year round. Pet-friendly and stain-resistant too, you know it'll last you.
Anything terracotta just fits with the fall theme, right? Well, this pretty throw is sure to give you all the fall feels draped over your couch, loungechair or whatever you choose to relax in.
Knitted pumpkins are becoming this years biggest fall decor trend, and considering how cute these handmade cushions from Etsy are, we're not surprised.
Thinking of making your own fall decor? See how to make a fall garland – perfect for your mantle.
Stylish and practical, this rustic rope basket is great to store your things, from throws to toys. Keep your home clutter-free while injecting a little texture too.
Nothing says harvest season more than wheat. Whether you're dressing your dining table or placing it in a vase by the side of your sofa, dried flowers are an elegant way to add festivity, without costing a buck.
You've probably been waiting for something pumpkin-spiced. After all, it is the scent (and flavor) of the season. Well, this pretty candle is pumpkin scented and pumpkin shaped. Treat yourself or buy for a friend.
This isn't exactly autumnal, but wood touches of gold will go great with a fall color palette. Plus, you can keep this up for the foreseeable future...any excuse to bag a new home buy.
Get yourself in full Halloween mode by putting pumpkins just about anywhere. But we don't mean the edible kind. These glass pumpkins are super-chic, so you can subtly decorate in style.
Casseroles and heaty-foods are back on the menu, so why not switch up your table setting with these stoneware plates, perfect for fall. In the color 'cardamom' you won't find a best dinnerware set more seasonal.
Dinner is served on this large leaf plate perfect for platters or sharing dishes. It has a two-tone color scheme and reactive glaze finish. Whether you use it for food or as a decorative dish for your sideboard, you're sure to impress guests next time you host.
When should you start decorating for fall?
The beginning of fall is officially September 22nd but there's no set timeline to when you should begin filling your space with all things fall. As a general guideline, we'd suggest you start decorating for fall when the weather begins to change. See leaves on the ground or a cloud in the sky and there's your sign.
How do you decorate for fall on a budget?
Buying all new home decor for the season can be costly. While we'd all love to completely transform our space with in fall color schemes and buying a best couch in a color to match, it's not always within everyone's budget. But there are ways you can decorate for fall without having to overspend. Working in soft textiles and scents are subtle ways to welcome fall when you're on a budget, for example. There are cheap décor pieces like a candle, cushion or throw that can change the smell and feel of your home.