Whether you're a traditionalist that covets color and pumpkin spice or a modern minimalist with a flair for neutrals, we've chosen seven key fall pieces that will maintain their high style through the winter season.
There's a growing interest in dried flowers and plants, both for their utility (no water, no problem) and visual appeal. We love pampas grass because, who doesn't? But adding some color also adds interest. We love this Rust Faux Pampas Grassby Crate and Barrel.
Add instant luxury by throwing on some new pillow covers (yes, save money and space by swapping out your current pillow inserts). These velvet pillow covers by West Elm come in delicious, rich colors and fit nearly any pillow size. If velvet isn't your thing, go for something with texture.
Stylish and sustainable, these fabulous Faux Fur Channel Throw blankets from Pottery Barn are so versatile and also certified non-toxic. Toss on your couch, chairs, or bed or do as we do and wear it as is! They'll keep you warm and cozy while providing the perfect amount of fluff. They have other beautiful non-toxic options like fringed and textured styles.
If you can ever imagine calling a vase sexy, it might just happen when you see this smoked glass hurricane lantern, which is giving us sultry retro vibes. Of course, there are some less expensive versions out there, but the golden curves make us want to watch the flames dance all night.
Adding a natural vibe – and some positive energy—with this wooden garland. It's the perfect finishing touch for the mantle or table top alongside stacked books and greenery, or perched around glass jars.
You can never go wrong with natural wood. These Mud Pie Paulowinia Wooden Vases bring in that earthy energy, and are perfect for housing real or dried florals.
We love a leather accent for the cooler months, as well as some texture and plaid, which makes this pre-set combinations a no-brainer way to make sure your pillows are on point.
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