Create a cozy fall atmosphere this year with fall bedroom decor. There isn’t anything more calming and comforting than walking into your bedroom when it is filled with warm colors, comfy linens, and fall decor.
Fall is just around the corner which means it is time to decorate your bedroom as cozy as possible. Your bedroom is a place to relax and curl up in bed. So when Fall rolls around, it is the season for cozy blankets, pumpkin spice, and warm fires. We will want to make sure we get the atmosphere just right in here, enough to almost make you never want to leave your bedroom!
The color scheme we will be looking for in our bedroom decor will be reds, burgundy, oranges, beige, brown, white, yellows, and a hint of green. You want to stick with warm shades and lighting. The cream and white color shades also add an extra feel of comfortability to them.
You can go subtle with your color scheme or bold, whatever your preference is. The main focus will be the bed itself. Changing out linens, your bedspread, blankets, and pillows. Getting your bed to max comfortability is key to creating the Fall atmosphere. From there, add in the surrounding decor, lights, and scents. Decorate from ceiling to floor. Change out your lighting and let’s start decorating!
Use Warm Colors
To create a fall atmosphere you will need to use warm tones such as orange, yellow, white, and red when decorating. This goes for any decor you are putting up on your walls, your bed, or your floor. You don’t have to resort to dark shades, if you prefer lighter shades, you can use colors such as peach or gold.
Incorporate more Cream and White Color
Colors such as cream, white or beige complement the warm shades of fall. They bring a lighter look to the decor while also complimenting the dim atmosphere. Choose a fluffy white floor carpet or large white comforter as a splash of white.
Choose to combine warm shades with white shades or decorate with black, white, and orange. This color palette has been a popular look lately. It is simple and modern looking, not only that but it is cozy and inviting.
A farmhouse theme is always a great way to decorate your home, especially in the fall. Decorate with reclaimed wood, small succulents, old wooden panels, and rustic wooden bins or trays. Add in some fall patterns such as checkered, plaid, and distressed wood tones.
Use String Lights
Minimize any overhead lights and use string lights around. Put them around your bed frame, border your room or lay them on surfaces and shelves. String lights set the atmosphere to give it a cozier feel. Harsh overhead lights won’t bring in that fall feel, dim the lights, turn on lamps, and use string lights for better ambiance.
Use Scented Wreaths
Wreaths are festive so it just makes sense to add one or two to your wall in your bedroom. They can be small and simple or large to go over your bed. A pro tip would be to purchase scented wreaths. You can find these at your local craft store. Purchase a wreath that smells like apple cinnamon or pumpkin to hang on your wall, it’s a natural air freshener!
Never Enough Blankets
Who doesn’t love an abundance of fall blankets? When the weather starts getting cooler, depending on where you are the cold air reaches below zero. This means you will be bundling up with footy pajamas, blankets, and a warm fire. Don’t be afraid to pile on the blanket to create a cozy and warm space to hop into and never leave! (well until the morning)
Change Your Bedding
You need to winterize your bedding and linens. The weather is getting colder which means your summer comforter won’t keep you warm at night anymore. The best comforter for the fall is the large plush comforters. My favorite is the plain white comforters paired with beige linens, warm-colored pillowcases, and blankets all around.
Use Plants & Florals
Use plants to decorate. The fall theme incorporates nature-like decor, using acorns, plants, pumpkins, vines, and flowers. Purchase small succulents and plants to display in your room. Add it to a centerpiece on a wooden tray or use it as decor for your nightstands.
Fall Scents All Around
Once you’re done decorating your bedroom for the fall you don’t want to forget the scents. Fall candles, plug-ins, sprays, etc. To get the full ambiance you can’t forget this step. I love candles so I always keep a stockpile in the garage for when the seasons change. Find your favorite smells and get a few of them to last until the end of December!
Add On The Pillows
Just like blankets, every snuggle worthy bed has three things, a large comforter, multiple blankets and even more pillows! Add some decorative pillows for the fall. You can even use velvet or silk pillows that are colored or patterned.
Create a cozy space to enjoy this fall season filled with warm colors, delicious smells, and cozy lighting. It is so simple to create a space like this, from changing out your bedding, to burning some candles and dimming the lights.
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Tania Griffis is an accomplished writer, blogger, and interior designer with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She started her popular blog, Run to Radiance, in 2011, demonstrating her design expertise through the personal remodeling of six houses to millions of readers across the globe.
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