Easy Decor Updates for Fall
Fall is a great time to change up your décor. Luckily, making your apartment feel like fall can be as easy as adding simple accent pieces. And, with all the talented creators and small businesses in Philly, you can easily shop local for everything you need.
Here are our simple fall decor tips and local options for where you can find everything you need for an Autumn reset:
Photo by: @snapdragonflowersphilly
Florals are not just for spring and summer – many local florists in Philly are creating beautiful fall arrangements. We love the sunflower in this arrangement by Snapdragon Flowers, a locally-owned flower shop in West Philly.
Along with the classic seasonal colors, deep magenta is a great shade to include in your arrangement and fall decor in general. You can’t go wrong with magenta mums for fall.
Photo by: @TrinityFraming
Do you have some art you’ve been meaning to frame and hang? If so, consider purchasing wood frames with restored wood. Gold frames or frames in orange, red, or yellow are great options as well. Trinity Framing has all of the above, as well as framing professionals who make the whole process immensely easier.
Photo by: @Cuttalossa
Throw blankets are a clear statement that summer is over and cooler weather is on the way. We love the patterns on the textiles from Cuttalossa. For a heavier look, opt for a faux fur or fleece blanket in a fall shade at any home goods store. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different textures and cultures.
Photo by: @dilo_home
The right candle can create a fall ambiance that will delight multiple senses. The amber glass line by local candle maker Dilo Home is the perfect addition to a windowsill or dresser top. With scents such as “Burning Cedar” and “Amber + Oakmoss” your home can smell just like a forest in the fall.
Photo by: Material Culture
When it comes to fall decor, rustic is the name of the game. Instead of buying newly made accent pieces with that rustic look, opt for vintage pieces from one of Philly’s many vintage furniture stores. Material Culture is your one-stop-shop for antiques in the Philly area. In their larger than life store, you can find furniture, home goods, and much more from around the world
Photo by: @morethanold
Gold touches are a stylish way to add some fall flair to your home. This season, copper accents have also become a popular choice for a warm fall metallic. In Old City, the aptly named More Than Old has vintage dishware and decor items that will add the perfect touch to your coffee table, table setting, or bar cart.