1. Start with the Colors
Classic autumn tones go nicely in bedroom decor because they can take on more subtle, muted qualities to coincide with indoor decorations and color schemes. Softer shades of burnt orange, vanilla, oatmeal, and chestnut incorporate autumnal tones to build depth and rich, layered looks to mimic the falling leaves. Shades of maroon, chocolate, and dark yellow complete the look.
2. Throw on Your Blankets
Keep your bedroom space cozy and comforting with a variety of throw blankets for fall. Heavy throw blankets made from faux-fur are great for those bitter cold evenings. Thinner materials such as cotton or polyester add a touch of warmth when you feel a chill but won’t make you uncomfortably hot during the night. Knitted blankets and quilts can also supply plenty of fall fashion to your bedroom.
3. Plush Pillows
Nothing creates a warm, welcoming environment like fluffy accent pillows. Whether they’re propped up at the end of your bed, on an armchair or ottoman, or placed neatly on the floor, throw pillows provide the right amount of fall style and cozy comfort in your bedroom. Pillows that include some of those earthy, woodsy autumnal colors and plush textures complement your harvest decor and ensure you have a snuggly place to curl up to every night.
4. Put up a Wreath
A wreath is one of the simplest, yet impactful decorations you can incorporate in your bedroom. Fall wreaths provide a level of charm from the great outdoors, often incorporating those staple colors with vibrant leaves and berries. They can be elegant statement pieces when hung on a bedroom wall above your dresser, mattress, or entryway. You can put a few wreaths together and artfully craft them over your headboard for added fall flair.
5. Stylish Storage
Storage space might not be the first thing people think of when they bring in their autumn bedroom decorations, but the right storage strategy can help you better organize your seasonal living space. Fall storage draws inspiration from classic pumpkin patches, harvest markets, and cozy cottages. Wicker baskets and wooden chests complement a bedroom space while keeping your throw blankets and pillows neatly folded and tucked away for when you need them.
6. Floor Rugs
Floor rugs are a great addition to help soften your space. Whether your bedroom has hardwood floors or carpet, rugs lend a comfortable and stylish touch to your bedroom. A nice area rug with lots of autumn colors and patterns will pique your curiosity visually and add exceptional support to the rest of your bedroom decor. More neutral floor rugs help keep your decorations grounded--while rugs with more extravagant patterns and intricate details are great for adding depth and texture in your room.
7. Mood Candles
If you want to introduce a glowing atmosphere to your bedroom, putting lots of candles on display is a good start. Nothing sets the mood like a warm, relaxing fall scent. Pillar candles add bold atmosphere and tiny tealight candles carry light throughout the room for a constant soothing ambiance. Homemade candle holders keep things in order and prevent any wax from dripping on your bedroom surfaces.
8. Can't Forget the Pumpkins
It’s the fall season, which means pumpkin-decor is at the forefront of all fall decorations. It’s perhaps the most popular and most simple way to incorporate harvest decorations to your indoor living space. Smaller pumpkins have great personalities and can be arranged throughout any part of your room for a festive accent piece. Though it’s fun to carve larger pumpkins for the fall season, we wouldn't recommend leaving a jack o’ lantern in your bedroom!
If you’re trying to get your bedroom decorated for the fall season or need a new mattress to cozy up in your room during the chilly weather, stop by our store today, and we’ll help you with all your mattress needs. We’re here to answer any questions you may have to help you incorporate the perfect autumn accessories. Stop by today!