Autumn has always been my favorite season — the crisp air, the colorful foliage, the pumpkin-spiced everything! I always like to incorporate the beauty of fall into my home decor around this time, so I thought I’d share my favorite autumnal treasures from The Bradford Exchange help you do the same! Scroll down to see my top 6:
I love the color combination of the silken flowers in this illuminated Always in Bloom® autumn centerpiece, and the pretty pumpkin really makes it pop. Making it extra special, this centerpiece features a never-before-released composition of beloved artwork by Thomas Kinkade!
This Always in Bloom® centerpiece beautifully showcases the artwork of Thomas Kinkade as well, on an embossed metal planter. Boasting an extensive array of silken peonies, calla lilies, roses, hydrangeas and so much more, it’s truly a feast for the eyes!
Now here’s the prettiest pick of the pumpkin patch! Showcasing the acclaimed artist Rosemary Millette’s autumn imagery, each handcrafted pumpkin sculpture in this collection highlights a blessing — Family, Love, Home and more.
This autumnal beauty has bewitched me ever since I first laid eyes on her! Capturing the spirit of the season with her fall-hued organza gown and the rest of her witchy wardrobe, this stunning porcelain Collector’s Edition arrives with a pumpkin featuring Thomas Kinkade’s “Autumn Lane” for added delight.
Growing up by a forest preserve, I always loved watching the deer cautiously peek out from the fall foliage. This stone-look wall decor really brings the beauty of the wilderness indoors with the dramatic deer artwork of acclaimed artist Greg Alexander.
As we approach Thanksgiving and Christmas, we tend to take more time to appreciate the bond shared with our family and friends. This hand-cast and hand-painted wolf sculpture would be right at home in your den, or would make an unforgettable gift for someone in your “pack!”
There you have it! I’d love to know how you incorporate fall into your home decor every year. Leave a comment below! Thanks for reading and please be sure to share this 2016 fall decor guide with your family and friends!
PS: If you’re already thinking about Christmas decor, make sure to check out our site and stay tuned, because I’ll be posting my recommendations soon enough!Our 2016 Guide to Fall Decor by Beth Simon