Decorating for fall doesn’t necessarily mean leaves on every surface! There are so many more ways you can incorporate minimal fall touches into any space including your bedroom!
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These minimal fall bedroom decor touches will have your space feeling cozy in no time! I love using thrifty, subtle changes when transitioning through the seasons, it truly makes decorating so much easier!
The last time I shared our bedroom space was early this spring, and it has pretty much stayed that way throughout the summer. As we moved into the autumn months, I was craving some change.
The biggest change you may have noticed is our duvet cover. I actually found it at Goodwill not long ago, brand new in the Target packaging. Stripes generally read “summertime” to me, but it was such a good price ($15!!) that I had to bring it home and try it. So far I’m loving the cottage-y, relaxed vibe that it adds.
Another change that’s different from my spring bedroom tour is the pine chest at the end of the bed. I found it a few months ago at a local antique store for $45, and it was so beautiful that I just had to bring it home. The patina is so lovely, and while it’s a lot of wood in one area, this was really the only place in my home that it worked.
It might not stay there forever, but I’m loving the extra storage and it’s always nice to have a beautiful place to sit and put your shoes on!
In order to give my bedroom a fall feel, I added just a few simple and thrifty things.
Fall is all about cozy weather, and with the chilly temperatures comes texture! Scarves, sweaters, and blankets! A throw blanket at the end of our bed instantly makes the bed feel cozy and inviting.
Next, I added some small white pumpkins to our nightstands. I got mine at a local vegetable stand for just a dollar, and I love the subtle change they add to our bedroom space.
Another thing I decided to do was switch out our spring flower arrangement for something that felt a little more like fall. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money, so I simply walked around my yard looking for things I could clip in order to make a pretty arrangement.
My hydrangeas have all turned dark pink, so that was my inspiration. I am going to share more about this arrangement later this week, so stay tuned! I get a lot of questions about how I create flower arrangements and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to explain!
By the way, I guess my cat just really wanted to be in this tour, haha! She kept getting into every picture that I took and she’s even in the video I linked above as well. So sorry about that!!
The last change I made in my bedroom for fall was switching out my spring prints to the fall abstract paintings I painted recently! I love the deep, moody feel they add to our bedroom and I really thing that they could work all winter long!
You can grab those prints here, if you’re interested!
And that’s it! All of the easy and minimal fall decor touches in our bedroom! I have blogged about almost everything in this space, including our DIY headboard, our painted dresser with raw wood drawers, as well as how I achieve a raw wood finish like I did on my nightstands.
If you think of any other questions about our bedroom space, feel free to leave a comment below! Thanks so much for stopping by today, friends!