Decorate with Rustic and Fall Elements at Home

Rustic Fall Elements at HomeWe’ll be honest: the fall is one of our favorite times here at Carriage House Furnishings. Why, you might ask? Aside from apple donuts and fall foliage, it’s the season where we can really bring in that rustic feel to everything we do and that starts first with the home.

Here’s how to decorate your home with rustic and fall elements today in preparation for autumn.

Bring in the Fall Fauna and Flora

This one is, perhaps, the easiest: decorate your home with what makes the fall so welcoming. Think about crafting a bouquet of yellow or orange leaves, with pumpkins and colorful gourds. Brown grass and cotton plants will also do the trick. That way, you can bring the autumnal palette indoors—along staircases, in living rooms, or in separate rooms—with an authentic look that’s practical and easy to maintain.

Pumpkin, Pumpkin, Everywhere

We’ll say it again and again: pumpkins are everything in the fall. And what’s even greater is that there’s a seemingly endless number of pumpkin possibilities. We’re talking pumpkin vases, where you have flowers sprouting out of them; jack-o-lanterns, once Halloween season grows near; and roasted pumpkin seeds, for a delicious, healthy snack, that will also leave the house smelling more like fall than ever.

Wooden Everything

This is certainly an element that we can contribute to: in our minds, fall means wood. The handcraft and charm of wood matches perfectly with the colors of fall (yellow, orange, brown, and red), to give up a seamless flow of color that brightens up every room. Not only can you apply this to wooden crates for decorations, but also, consider our diverse portfolio of wooden furniture to add to whatever room you’re decorating.

With these ideas in mind, get ready to cozy up and enjoy the fall season. Carriage House Furnishings has multiple showrooms where you can browse our Amish made furniture for sale in Lancaster County, PA. Contact us today with any questions.

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