A fall floral print can be something filled with fall colors and seasonal blooms, or it can be a spring or summer floral pattern that you dress up for the autumn. In other words, if you love decorating with floral patterns, then don’t stash them away in the cooler months! After all, from a great fall floral print to stunning wreaths and preserved bouquets, the autumn season brims with vivid colors that floral patterns capture best. Here’s how you can use a floral print to bring the brightness of autumn into your fall decorating.
Long a favorite of interior designers, floral prints can work in any space. Whether you prefer large-scale blossoms or petite floral patterns, a floral print is a great way to bring color into your space. We’ll show you how to use flower patterns in your fall home decor, but our handcrafted, block printed fabrics are so lovely, you’ll be inclined to keep them on display for year-round enjoyment!
Floral curtains for fall window treatments
Turn your windows into a focal point by hanging floral print curtains. This application is especially effective in a room already outfitted in solid colors or neutral shades. These offerings pair well with whatever fall home decor you’ll set out, but they’ll look just as beautiful beside just-picked pumpkins and trimmed trees as they do framing a window that lets in a summer breeze.
Outfit your windows with a dose of cheery blooms like these red hibiscus that pop across a honeyed background. Reminds us a bit of flaming red maple leaves, no?
A lively bouquet of fall colors, this floral print rendered in plum, sage, cream, and orange makes autumn’s palette sing.
The orange flowers and green foliage in sun-kissed block print make a lovely backdrop for fall decor. It transitions easily from season to season, too!
Including a touch of blue fall decor is an unexpected, refreshing twist, particularly if the modern aesthetic appeals to you. Bonus: blue is the perfect complementary color to traditional fall colors!
Find a few floral pillows for fall that pop
Covering your pillows in a floral print is an effortless way to do a bit of seasonal decorating. Whether you’re decorating for fall on a budget or whether you’re looking for a quick change of decor, toss in a few new floral print throw pillows–such a simple way to bring a little color and a lot of beauty to your living room.
This petite tropical flower print will look just right in a any fall living room. Yellows, reds, and spots of green–so many colors of fall coming to life here!
The lush foliage of orange-groves and blossoms are captured here in a warm golden print.
Filled with vibrant wildflowers scattered across a blue background, this block print pillow cover is a great way to include a bit of blue as a foil to warm fall colors.
Enjoy a slice of bohemian style this fall with a few pillows that combine a floral print with a geometric mosaic.
Flowers, flowers everywhere
Whether you grab them from the farmers market or bring out a favorite faux bouquet, tangible blooms are a must-have in any room with dressed in floral decor. A single bouquet or wreath will add just the right touch without overpowering your space. Hang a wreath as a fall wall hanging or on mirrors, French doors, over a mantel, or just an empty spot on the wall. You’ll find the perfect spot!
The Bouqs Co.
Classic sunflowers and chrysanthemums form an enchanting bouquet that encapsulates the spirit of the autumn months.
Country Mouse Boutique
This wreath features earthy orange, red, and green foliage, bunny tails, and clusters of strawflowers.
Sage Creations Organic Farm
Organic and sustainable, this dried bouquet preserves the rich colors of Mother Nature’s abundant goodness.
All Things Else
Eye-catching stems call to mind fresh cranberries and pomegranates. They’re just as lovely as a stand-alone arrangement as they are mixed with foliage fresh from your garden.
Add autumn-inspired accessories that go with a floral print
From your coffee table to your mantel to your shelves, the right fall decorations can carry you from the first day of fall straight into Thanksgiving.
Lend a sense of organic richness to your autumn decor with nature-inspired solid sand-cast brass.
Victoria Atelier Art
Modern fall decor calls for using a framed botanical print like these metallic leaves that shimmer.
Adorned with dried local blossoms, this soy wax candle is a gorgeous piece of fall decor.
Gorgeously lustrous glass adds a bit of texture to your space. Fill a vase with found foliage and a red floral stem to enhance a seasonal vignette, a coffee table, or a book shelf.
Repeat your floral print on a fall table runner
Console tables hold our lamps, books, keys, and many of us like to place a few decorative touches to our consoles as we herald in a new season or holiday. As you prepare to decorate, be sure to spread a colorful runner across the top to center your accessories –you’ll create another layer of texture with your fall home decor.
This floral print, an homage to the tilework found throughout Morocco, conjures images of fall mornings: sunny, crisp, and utterly delightful.
Warm autumn colors, like the kind here in Indian Summer, can anchor a fall table vignette from September into the holidays.
The deep green, golden ochre, rich plum, and warm orange notes in this floral table runner help you transition easily from summer into autumn.
You can still use your favorite colors in the fall. Pair a white and blue floral print with a potted mum, a bundle of winter wheat, or a few pumpkins or heirloom gourds.