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The best fall decor to cozy up your living spaces

Way better than pumpkin spiced lattes

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Cozy pillows and blankets sit adjacent to a window that looks out onto an urban street. A book is overturned on the blanket and a tray holds two lit candles and a steaming mug of liquid. Shutterstock

Maybe you’ve noticed a briskness in your morning commute or spotted a changing leaf, and, indeed, the dog days of summer are over. For lovers of cozy homes and all things design, fall brings an opportunity to reconnect with the indoors.

Unlike overhyped pumpkin spiced everything, fall decor doesn’t have to scream autumn to warrant a purchase. A new snuggly blanket, a fun splash of color, or a textured succulent pot can add warmth to any room, with nary a leaf in sight. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite home finds at the moment to help you change seasons in style.

Mix it up with new pillows

It doesn’t make sense to buy a new couch every season, but you can still change things up come autumn. Throw pillows are an easy way to embrace a new look. To dial up the coziness, opt for warm colors and pillows with cool textures.

Add some sparkle with candles

A flicker of candlelight does wonders for a room’s atmosphere. Try a sparkly honeycomb candle, a classic pillar, or get ready for the holidays with a scented fir candle.

Cuddle a new blanket

With the temperatures falling, it’s a great time to buy a new blanket. We’ve chosen a few standout picks—across all price points—below.

Add warmth with wood and textures

Fall decor isn’t just soft and cuddly, it’s also about adding textured elements to interior design. A rattan basket, wood planters, and teak utensils all do the trick.