Harvest Decor: Traditional or Contemporary?
When it comes to decorating your house for fall, there’s a lot more out there than just jack-o-lanterns and corn husks. Whether your style skews more traditional or contemporary, we’ve got plenty of harvest-inspired accessories to dress up all different parts of your home.
Traditional: Adorn your front porch with a hay bale topped with pumpkins and gourds (or even a twig turkey!) for a rustic nod to the harvest season. (Natural Twig Turkey, $8.99)
Contemporary: Set a cluster of ribbon-wrapped straw bundles on your stoop for an elegant twist on harvest time decor. (Wheat grass stack bundle, $12.99)
Traditional: You can’t go wrong with a classic wreath. Look for options featuring golden sunflowers, burlap ribbon or glitter-kissed leaves (Pinecone Sunflower and Mums Wreath, $24.99; Teardrop Glitter Maple with Burlap Ribbon, $14.99)
Contemporary: For a more modern vibe, hang a splashy chevron pumpkin emblazoned with your family initial. (Pumpkin Initial Wall Hanger, $7.99)
Traditional: Garlands stuffed with twigs, leaves and acorns are a sweet addition to a fireplace mantle or shelf. Tip: Look for wired garland to easily arrange it among other accessories, such as candlesticks or lanterns. (Acorn Pinecone and Pip Berries Garland, $14.99)
Contemporary: Prop up a colorfully painted wood sign to celebrate the season. (Autumn Wood Sign, $8.99)
Traditional: A faux floral bouquet will add a pop of color to your tabletop for your next family meal. (Sunflower, Maple and Berry with Bow Floral Pick, $9.99)
Contemporary: Put a pillar candle in a rich autumnal hue (think cranberry, rusty orange or golden yellow) inside a glass lantern for a modern yet homey centerpiece. (Raw Metal Clear Glass Hanging Jar, $17.99)