Transitioning your Bedroom for Fall
There is a chill in the air (or maybe it just dropped below 70° in Georgia) which means it is time to start decorating for fall! Most people focus on decorating their entryway, front porch, or living room, but fall decor isn't limited to one space! Keep reading as we discuss ways to transform your bedroom into a cozy autumn retreat.
Feeling > Theme
The best feeling is when you achieve your desired aesthetic without the clutter of seasonal decorations. For fall, this means incorporating colors and products that exude feelings of warmth and comfort rather than signs that explicitly read, "Autumn Leaves and Pumpkins Please!" Focus on how the season makes you feel and recreate those emotions using natural elements and subtle decor.
Easy additions like a festive lumbar pillow or throw blanket can help mimic those fall feelings while also adding texture to your bed! You can pair a chunky, knitted blanket with two velvet pillows to create a balanced and comfortable look. Other subtle elements include candles and dried florals, specifically pampas grass or amber maple leaves. You can add them simply for decor or burn your favorite seasonal scent by your nightstand. There is nothing better than walking into your bedroom to a crackling wick candle and the smell of apple cider. Finally, don't forget the classic fall essential - pumpkins! We encourage you to use a small, neutral pumpkin on your dresser, whether fake or real.
Target has everything you need to transition your bedroom this season! Take a look at our top choices from Hearth & Hand™, Threshold designed with Studio McGee, and more.
- Artificial Grass Arrangement
- Artificial Oak Leaf Arrangement
- Plaid Square Throw Pillow
- Oversized Solid Bed Throw
- Small Ceramic Pumpkin - Cream
- Medium Ceramic Pumpkin - Rust
- Woodwick Soy Wax Blend Mulled Plum Cider Candle
- Woodwick Soy Wax Blend Pumpkin Woods Candle
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