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12 subtle and chic fall home decor ideas that aren’t boring

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I’m just going to say it: A lot of fall home decor is overdone and lowkey boring. That’s not to say that a giant ceramic jar that reads “Halloween Candy” or a kitchen towel with some kind of turkey pun aren’t fun and great (because they are). But if you’re itching for some new fall home decor ideas to embrace, we’ve gotchu.

Believe it or not, there are many decorative home details that scream fall but in a timeless, whisper-scream kind of way. Got it? Luckily, all your favorite decor retailers, from West Elm to Nordstrom and Society6, are on the same autumn aesthetic page.

Basically, you’re adding a shot of espresso to your pumpkin spice latte! It’s still the same, but with a little extra sparkle. So instead of filling a vase with bright plastic orange oak leaves, set out an oil diffuser filled with dry autumn florals. Obviously, you still need pumpkins, but swap that set of simple jack-o’-lanterns with a gorgeous glass pumpkin.

Keep scrolling to shop the best non-basic fall home decor ideas that are anything but boring.

1. Floral Diffuser, $30

Credit: Anthropologie
Credit: Anthropologie

$30 at Anthropologie

Add a few drops of your favorite fall fragrance oil to this botanical arrangement for a scented and chic decorative accent.

2. Gold Lacquer Wood Tray, $30.40 – $38 (Orig. $38)

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$30.40 $38 at West Elm

Set a playful scene with this gold lacquered tray. Use it to store the remote, display a scented candle or serve drinks to guests.

3. Halloween Little Scenes Porcelain Salad Plate Sets, $44 – $76 (Orig. $44 – $80)

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$44 – $76 $44 – $80 at West Elm

These are the most joyful plates that have ever existed, full stop. The delicate and whimsical trick-or-treating illustration will warm your heart and soul every time you use this dinnerware.

4. Chenille Throw Blanket, $29.90 (Orig. $39.50)

Credit: <a href="" data-ylk="slk:Nordstrom;elm:context_link;itc:0" class="link ">Nordstrom</a>
Credit: Nordstrom

$29.90 $35.50 at Nordstrom

The best way to ring in the cooler weather is to pull out a white or cream cozy chenille throw blanket. This versatile hue will match all of your fall and holiday decor.

5. Faux Fall Allium Stem, $9.99

Credit: World Market
Credit: World Market

$9.99 at World Market

Topped with blossoms shaped like puff balls, this lifelike fake allium is a beautiful and realistic spray. Display it in a vase to create a fresh infusion of natural fall color.

6. Glass Pumpkins, $30 – $59.50 (Orig. $30 – $85)

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$30 – $59.50 $30 – $85 at West Elm

Artisanally made from recycled glass, these stunning pumpkins are the perfect, seasonally-inspired decoration.

7. When Harry Met Sally Poster, $12.75 – $29.75 (Orig. $15 – $35)

Credit: Society6
Credit: Society6

$12.95 – $29.75 $15 – $35 at Society6

It’s a fact: When Harry Met Sally is the ultimate fall movie, and you can’t change my mind. This gorgeous print is of our favorite friends-turned-lovers donning the best in ’80s fall fashion and surrounded by the Central Park foliage. It’s peak autumn.

8. Le Creuset Mini Pumpkin Cocotte, $33.95

Credit: Sur La Table
Credit: Sur La Table

$33.95 at Sur La Table

The perfect vessel for individual portions of pumpkin soup, mac and cheese or mini cobblers, this petite cocotte is shaped like a pumpkin, so it’s marvelous for the fall.

9. Fall Safflower Wreath, $129

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$129 at West Elm

Dress up a door with this mixture of safflower and seasonal herbs, or hang it in a kitchen. Made of freshly cut plants and flowers, this wreath comes artfully arranged. With its sage, bay leaves and marjoram, your home will smell and look divine.

10. Lush Velvet Tack Stitch Quilt & Shams, $220

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$220 at West Elm

Crafted in a Fair Trade Certified facility, this autumnal quilt and sham set are made of ultra-soft high-shine velvet for a luxe, jewel-toned look.

11. Estelle Colored Glass Heritage Decanter, $160

Credit: West Elm
Credit: West Elm

$160 at West Elm

Adorn your bar cart with this stunning hand-blown decanter inspired by heirloom glassware. Of course, you can use it to store your favorite drink. But why not try a handful of dried fall flowers?

12. Maison Margiela Replica By the Fireplace Scented Candle, $65

Credit: <a href="" data-ylk="slk:Nordstrom;elm:context_link;itc:0" class="link ">Nordstrom</a>
Credit: Nordstrom

$65 at Nordstrom

Light this minimalist candle and warm any room with the smell of a crackling fire. With clove accord, pink pepper, chestnut accord, guaiac wood oil and vanilla accord, it’s the ideal final touch to your fall abode.

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