Bring on Fall — Simple Decor Elements to Welcome the Season
It’s been a whirlwind year, but time marches on. And as we turn the corner into a new season, it’s a chance to welcome the time of year when temperatures drop, leaves fall, and pumpkin spice everything makes its annual debut. Whether you’re a hardcore pumpkin decor fan or you prefer a more subtle way to cozy things up, The Find is sharing simple decor elements to welcome the season.
The fastest, easiest way to bring on fall in your home is by swapping in accessories that embrace the season. You could go full-on pumpkin, but working in classic colors — think orange, gray, brown, and beautiful jewel tones — is another option. Metallic accents and seasonal floral arrangements work beautifully, too, while muted colors and dried botanical accents easily dial the ambience from light and summery to autumnal.
If you have a drinks cart — and we think everyone should — it’s the perfect spot to take your fall decorating over the top. Swap out the glassware for copper cups, add a few pumpkins or gourds, maybe a bit of gingham, and boom — fall has arrived.
There’s no better time of year to have fun with seasonal messaging, either, so get creative with our customizable scrabble board!
This is the season of sweaters, scarves, and boots, and you can bring that feeling into the home with a few cozy touches. It’s all about inviting, touchable textures – this is the time of year to bring on the fuzzy! At The Find, our faux fur and cable-knit cubes, throws and pillows make it a cinch to build a hygge space that you’ll want to enjoy all season long. Plus, they work just as well in the winter!
Change the Palette
If cool pastels are the color of summer, fall is all about deeper hues. Cranberry and mustard tones bridge the gap between autumn and winter, offering a toasty/cozy element in the process. Try incorporating a few seasonal candles to bring in the season on a few different levels.
The Find is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm, so come in and pick up a few things to welcome the season.