Fall Global Decorating Ideas to Welcome the Season

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WORDS BY Gillian Grefe

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Published on September 19, 2019

Fall’s rich palette and sumptuous textures are a perfect match for global style. Exotic patterns, spice and jewel-tone colors, and artful accents are all at play in a global design scheme—and luckily, these are all attributes readily available in fall decor. While these pieces would work year-round in globally inspired spaces, they’re specifically chosen for the way they reflect the best of the fall season. The best part? All you have to do is add to cart, and Havenly works with each vendor to ship them directly to your doorstep.

The natural texture of dried palm leaves creates an impactful, sculptural element to hang on the walls for fall. For a more practical choice, try a mirror that reflects and maximizes every last moment of daylight. This concave, metallic dish mirror would be a beautiful addition.

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Layer in warmth and texture via this rose gold-colored throw, or try this saturated teal throw. In any color, drape the throw haphazardly over the back of a chair, or store in a basket when not in use.

Is there such a thing as too many pillows? Not when you’ve got global style. For fall, choose funky patterns, such as this oversize wool pillow, or this fringed option. The season also calls for fur, such as this Mongolian sheepskin pillow.

This vertical, wall-mounted coat rack is so chic it looks like a work of art. Of course, it’s functional, too—a pretty place to catch scarves, hats and coats. If you don’t want to break out the hammer and nails, this abstract horn sculpture would look gorgeous on any table, be it an end table, console, or even a dining table.

While this leather butterfly chair would look great no matter the season, its rich tones and lived-in patina are perfect for fall. It’s lightweight, collapsible, and portable so you can move it from an office or spare bedroom to the living room at a moment’s notice—after all, guests have a funny way of dropping by unexpectedly during fall and winter.

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Words by Sara Watson