Next week, on Sep. 22, it is officially the first day of fall. If you close your eyes you can almost teleport yourself to a forest of red, orange, and yellow and smell the crisp air. It’s time to find on-trend items to feel the autumn vibes in your home. To help you transform your home, here are the top fall home decor trends for 2022.

Decorating your home every season may seem like a big task, but it’s easier than you think to add a touch of fall to your home. Instead of bright orange, pumpkins, and signs that you won’t use any other time of the year, the key is finding pieces you’ll love all year round. By adding in warmer, richer tones and a few decor pieces, your home will feel like sweater weather.

1. Natural wood

The natural look is the trend of the year. It gives a very easy-going, whimsical look that can still look beautiful and stylish. Natural wood creates a peaceful and down-to-earth environment in your home. Lighter, warmer-toned wood is especially in. This can be easily incorporated into your home with wood picture frames, cutting boards, side tables, and chairs.

2. Neutrals and warm tones

Warm colours like brown, amber, and terracotta are very popular this season. They are more timeless than the bright orange fall decor pieces that you are used to seeing. The warmth of the colours really transfer to the mood inside the space and gives a cozy feel.

3. Woven elements

The natural trend is also alive in woven elements of all forms. Baskets, natural fibre rugs, pendant lights, coasters, placemats, ottomans, the list goes on. You’ll see a lot of these woven pieces when you go shopping for decor.

4. Textured fabric and textiles

As seen in previous trends I mentioned, like woven elements, textured fabric and textiles follow that theme of an earthy but curated design. Materials like velvet, boucle, linen, and wool are big this year. For an easy fall feel, swap out your lighter-weight pillows, throw blankets, rugs, and bedding for heavier, more textured options. Window coverings are also a great way to add texture to a space. Use blinds with woven fabric that gives a natural look.

5. In with the old, in with the new

Mixing modern with vintage is a great way to add character to your home while keeping it fresh. Vintage pieces are unique and incorporate interesting patterns, colours, and textures. It definitely gives your home more of a heart as opposed to just modern pieces.