When the colors and temperatures start changing outside, it is usually time for new changes inside. This change of season brings on my favorite holidays of the year and I look forward to decorating for it every year. Today, I am sharing my new Warm and Cozy Fall Coffee Table Styling in one of our living areas.
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Each year, I enjoy changing things up for each season. This year is no exception. You can see what I created last year in my Fall Home Tour with Warm Neutral Tones or in my post on Easy and Creative Fall Decor Ideas. Here are a few shots of how I decorated the same space last year (I am still working on my photography skills!).
Last year, I loved using the faux fur mat (it was actually a $12 bath mat!!) on my tables but I have new plans for that this year. Instead, I used my favorite Mongolian Sheepskin throw as a base for the vignette. I love the texture and warmth it adds…certainly cozy!
To ground the centerpiece, I simply added the faux branches with gold (from Hobby Lobby) to the vase that I keep on our coffee tables that is filled with sticks from our backyard.
To keep things warm, I used a combination of neutral colored pumpkins made out of a variety of materials. It would be so easy for you to incorporate your own collection of pumpkins here.
Any cozy decor is not complete without candlelight! I chose to use this black hurricane here not only for contrast but also for the ambiance it adds. A few other small votives helped warm up the design.
When rearranging my coffee table decor, I typically still try to incorporate some of my favorite coffee table books. For this setting, I didn’t change them at all…I just moved them around to facilitate the fall decor. It is all about balance.
For the rest of this living area, I kept things simple with cozy blankets and coordinating pillows.
Thank you so much for stopping by to see my new Warm and Cozy Fall Coffee Table Styling! Has fall started where you are? Have you started decorating for fall or Halloween?? I would love to hear what you are up to!
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