If ever there were a color to define a season, orange would surely be the defining color of the fall. You’ll find it in sunsets, sunflowers, changing leaves, Halloween decorations, and the omnipresence of pumpkin spice. It’s inspiring, isn’t it?
While an orange home is certainly cheerful, you might want to soften it up with white curtains, table linens, and other accents. Here are a few ideas to bookmark this fall.
Brighten your windows with white
The chill of the air mixed with the nostalgia of the season makes us want to snuggle under the covers. Orange comes in shades ranging from tangerine to blood orange and burnt orange. However you choose to use it, orange adds instant warmth to any room. Remember to lay throw blankets to the foot of your bed and toss on a few pillows that share palettes—even if they don’t share patterns!
A modern, geometric white–perfect for that modern farmhouse look. One of the keys to decorating with a monochromatic palette is to layer similar colors in varying textures as we see here in Royal Mansour. In this print, the white medallions are hand blocked onto white cotton voile.
Imagine how beautiful the late afternoon autumn light will look streaming in through your window covered in this gauzy, gossamer white curtain.
Style your sofa for softness
Now that you have your window treatments in place, all you need to add to get your house fall-ready is a few new pillow covers. Instantly update your living space by popping an insert into the cloth and voila—a brand new look!
This print works with any neutral palette, especially a modern farmhouse palette of white and greige.
If you’d like to keep things mostly white but don’t mind a wee bit of color, go for a sweet burst of golden yellow. Paired with gray and white, it’s a modern classic.
Use this throw pillow to add layers, patterns, and interest to a neutral farmhouse palette.
Go ahead, lay your head back on this large, comfy pillow and take in the beautiful fall scenery outside your window.
Fill the space with feel-good texture
The fall season and modern farmhouse style both celebrate layered texture, so be sure to have plenty of sensory delights to your fall living room décor.
Bed Bath and Beyond
Chenille Round Floor Cushion
If you need some extra seating (or if you just want a place to prop up your feet), try a floor cushion in soft tones. Not only are they functional, but they’re also eye-catching and add great texture to your space.
Chunky knit pumpkins provide homespun, rustic charm. Display a few on your mantel, console, or coffee table for a sweet vignette.
Herald the autumn with a wreath
Looking for fall wall decor? Why not place a wreath on your gallery wall? Choose a wreath in a neutral color for texture. On the other hand, if you find yourself inspired by autumn’s palette, include a colorful wreath to your fall room decor for a seasonal statement.
Natural Wheat Wreath
A light, organic wreath, rich in texture, heralds the warm coziness and bounty of the season.
Fall Harvest Wreath
Rich in color, texture and seasonal scents, this handcrafted wreath blends dried florals with fall leaves and grains.
Remember a runner
Modern fall farmhouse decor takes cues from traditional furnishings and reinterprets them for a contemporary aesthetic. With that in mind, lay a modern table runner across your coffee table or console. The addition of beautifully printed fabric will turn your furnishings into an eye-catching vignette!
Dress up any surface with this neutral farmhouse table runner. Let it stand alone or dress it up with a few choice pieces of fall home decor accessories.
Connect your open floor plan
If you have an open concept floor plan, be sure to hang similar window treatments in shared rooms for a cohesive look.
Mix in modern farmhouse accessories
Complete the look of your modern farmhouse decor by including a few accessories that feature form along with function.
The Faded Farmhouse
Wood and Metal Barn Caddy
Filled with fall trinkets or oversized blooms, a galvanized caddy brims with rustic charm.
Buffalo Check Pumpkins
Darling ceramic pumpkins in fall patterns look perfect alongside the rest of your fall decor—you can even use them as planters