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Fall is here! The excitement is overwhelming, and we want to celebrate by decorating. While we love a timeless design, there are ways to add touches of fall to your existing bedroom decor in order to add to the spirit of the season. There are some fun trends for fall this season. Instead of going all out we will share with you how to incorporate those trends to your bedroom without having to hire a designer or buy all new bedding. Continue reading our guide to 2020 fall bedroom trends to get all the cozy details.
If you haven’t read it already, we suggest starting with our blog How To Design a Timeless Bedroom first before you move on to this article. This way you start with a clean slate.
With the onset of fall we start to think about cozy sweaters, leather boots and inspired scarves. Not only does our wardrobe change and reflect a new set of tones and textures, but so can our bedroom. Below are some great ideas to add some cozy and inviting fabrics into your bedroom for an extra touch of warmth and seasonal flare.
Playing with different textures can be a fun way to make your bedroom feel cozier for the colder seasons ahead. Faux fur throw blankets are especially popular this fall.
This is a great trend to go with because it is cheap and very easy to change out once Spring rolls back around. It also packs quite a punch, the bold texture gives a feeling of warmth and a touch of cabin vibes, while often remaining in a neutral color palette.
We particularly love the options and price point of the Best Home Fashion Faux Fur Throws. Find several sizes and colors on Amazon.com.
We especially love the Bearaby Napper blanket. It is large knit blanket, that just so happens to also be a weighted blanket. They also have a wide selection of color options, so this is a fun way to integrate a little but of a fall colors.
Large pieces of velvet furniture are such a big statement that they go in and out of trend regularly. Instead of getting a statement velvet chaise lounge, pick up a few fun velvet throw pillows.
You can go with a neutral tone or a pop of your favorite seasonal color. Either way the added texture provides cozy fall feelings without being a large investment.
If you can, we suggest buying a standard throw pillow size so you can change out decorative pillow cases. This also cuts down on space being used in storage.
Similar to how we dress this time of year, the concept of layering is also ideal for decorating too. This not only seems to be a seasonal trend, but in 2019 we’ve seen layering with necklaces to be huge. There are so many ways to incorporate layers into decorating that the options are endless.
A popular way to layer this season is with rugs. We love this cute and easy way to add some extra warmth and character to your bedroom. This not only doubles up on the warmth and comfort stepping out of bed, but creates a different look in seconds.
There are several cute ways to layer rugs. We particularly like the idea of placing a small faux fur rug next to your bed right on top your existing rug. This gives you two of the best 2020 Fall bedroom trends in one!
When it comes to these bold patterns, keep in mind that a little goes a long way. You don’t need to go out and buy a full bedding set. Something as small as a throw pillow, or a blanket would do the trick.
Adding soft metallic touches to your decor is an elegant way to add a few otherwise potentially kitschy fall decorations, like decorative pumpkins.
There are glass pumpkins with gilded touches like these all over the place. We love the added warmth and light a little gilding can add to a bedroom.
Also, mercury glass and metallic candle holders are another slightly more subtle way to incorporate this trend. This set of Pillar Candle Holders is the perfect touch to easily incorporate the Fall 2020 bedroom trends.
While this is incredibly popular right now, we believe that neutral tones are timeless. Especially layering neutral tones that go nicely together.
While sometimes beige is popular and other times a light grey is in, your home will never feel “dated” with a neutral paint color on the wall. Even if it isn’t the “in” neutral tone of the season. So this is one trend that we encourage completely. Go all out and get all the lovely white sheets, or cream throw pillows.
Paint your walls a barely grey, or eggshell. Our only tip on this is in order to keep things interesting, mix up the textures. This keeps the room from feeling boring or bland. And is another way to seasonally change things up without making drastic changes.
While someday these will likely get overdone and we all will move onto new and different trends, there are still loads of people flocking to these styles and we must admit, they are ideal for Autumn.
Thankfully you don’t have to renovate your home to add touches of the Farmhouse vibe. One way to make a big statement that can always be relatively easy to change out, is with a unique light fixture.
We love the easy and simple look of a black matte chandelier. It is sophisticated while still feeling casual and oh so Farmhouse Chic. Adding a simple yet elegant chandelier, like this one by Laluz, will transform your bedroom instantly.
This trend is one that is perfect for the bedroom, and especially great anytime of year. The focus on using a variety of textures and patterns make for a bedroom that offers a welcoming feel. While the color palette is typically neutral and easy to build on with slight seasonal changes.
The idea of shabby chic is somewhat eclectic, but with a glamorous feel. An almost sloppy, yet pulled together look that always makes you want to jump into bed. Similar to your favorite sweatshirt that may be well worn, but still super cute, and oh so soft.
The focus on layering a variety of textures and feels makes this look perfect for changing up with new trends. For Fall Chic 2019 we suggest adding a double layered rug, preferably a faux fur like this one by Ashler.
As well as a chunky knit throw. With poms is even better – just like this one! These two little enhancements will not only perfectly compliment an existing shabby chic design, but will give it just enough of a cozy Autumn touch.
Bringing the outdoors in anytime of year is a perfect compliment to the season. It not only offers a perfect match to the time of year, but is also usually quite affordable too. Below are some of the best 2020 Fall bedroom trends when it comes to adding nature to your room.
Bringing in a little bit of the fall harvest season into your bedroom is a fun way to bring a bit of the outdoors inside. One way to do this is with indoor plants. There are a handful of plants that survive well indoors and bring that fall foliage feeling as well. Below is a list of a few of our favorite indoor plants for fall.
Be sure to check out our Plants for Bedrooms guide to learn more about what plants are great to have in your bedroom and all the tips and tricks on how to keep them happy and alive.
The white wood bark is a stunning addition to any fall home. There are now birch items everywhere. There are candle holders, picture frames, even bed posts made out of this distinctive wood.
Since we believe subtlety is best, we suggest keeping with something small or easily replaceable. Like a piece of wall art featuring cut pieces of birch branches. Or cute vases and candle holders you can transition into winter too.
Any wheat, barley, or other dried grain typically harvested in the autumn season can add fun fall texture to a bedroom. When paired with spring or summer colors these texture can even work year round if you like them.
However, they are very popular this fall. We particularly like a bit of dried pampas grass in a large ceramic vase or any other container you like.
We find animals to be gorgeous and the more feelings of nature you can bring indoors, the better. However, a full taxadermied deer head is not something that should ever be in a bedroom. It is intimidating and does not set a calming sleep environment.
Which is why we suggest going with a modern alternative. Like this small deer bust sculpture with twig horns. A little bit different and it adds that touch of wood for an extra natural texture bonus. Or this super cute gold geometric metal deer but by Kate and Laurel.
If you open up a interior design magazine or hop on Pinterest you are bound to see living rooms, bedrooms, even bathrooms painted floor to ceiling in black.
It is very striking and makes quite the statement. However, painting an entire wall black is a big commitment that is expensive to reverse if you change your mind in the future.
So, instead of picking up a black paint can and going full Addam’s Family on your bedroom. We suggest getting a large dark room divider or even a set of curtains if you feel like splurging. This is much easier to change once the trend fades.
Changing out your curtains is going to be much easier and less expensive than painting your wall back to a neutral color.
If you have a little extra space or corner in your bedroom that is feeling a little bare, it may be the perfect space for a small reading nook.
All you really need is a comfortable chair for reading, a small table for a cup or coffee, and a book.
We like to add a seasonal throw blanket and a lamp if you enjoy reading at night or if you don’t get any natural light from windows. Not only is this a cozy addition for fall but with a few minor changes in decor, this reading nook is great year round.
Overhead lighting can be harsh but it is important to have lights in a bedroom, especially when the sun starts setting earlier in the evenings. This is one of the many reasons we love adding candles into the bedroom during the fall. Their soft moody lighting is gentle and comforting.
Plus, there are plenty of cozy scented candles to choose from for fall. If you use lamps, be sure you put warm toned light bulbs. This will help keep your bedroom feeling cozy, blue, or cool, lights are harsh and make it difficult to get in the mood for sleep.
Trends come and go, especially seasonal specific trends. We suggest sticking with neutral bedding and wall colors. Simply switch out little touches and decorations in order to make your room feel on trend seasonally. Then you can easily switch it out as the next season comes along.
Seasonal changes can throw off your sleeping schedule. Check out our blog How Seasonal Changes & Weather Affect Sleep to learn how to sleep sweet even as the seasons change.