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Fall is by far my most favorite time of the year. I just love when the crisp air starts rolling in and the leaves begin to change color. As the weather transitions from summer to fall, it is time to add those simple touches of fall accents to your decor. See below for my easy tips on adding fall decor to your home.

I am usually very picky about faux greenery or plants, but recently I spent some time at 9 Design in Roswell and discovered the most beautiful faux foliage throughout the shop. Adding fall branches or stems to a large vase, urn or even a metal bucket can give you and your guests a warm, all welcome. Try placing your foliage on your mantel, kitchen island or a dining room table. If brightly colored fall foliage isn’t your thing, think outside the box and cut some bare branches from your yard instead.

Cozy and fall are two words that go hand in hand in my opinion. Swap out your summer pillows and throws for cozy ones. Maybe bring in a wool plaid or checkered print pillow, or even an antelope or leopard print. If those patterns don’t work with your decor, add a solid fur or leather pillow for a different texture on your sofa. Adding fur throws to the backs of chars or layering a chunky knit blanket in a basket is also a cozy, fall look.

Lastly, an easy fall display is to fill a dough bowl, vintage or new, with lots of fall! Gourds of all shapes, sizes and color, pumpkins, pine cones and faux leaves will give interest and texture without being too fussy. Another favorite tip is to fill your dough bowl with lots of mini white pumpkins for a simple fall look!  

Thank you to 9 Design in Roswell for allowing us to use their beautiful shop for our fall photos!

As an Interior Designer and Owner of j. gray design & interiors, Inc., Tracy Harkness creates spaces that are chic, timeless, and comfortable. Every space should be functional and livable with attention to detail.

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