Now that Labor Day is here and summer has unofficially come to an end, I think it’s time for my favorite type of decor: Fall decor! My style leans more modern than it does farmhouse, but I can’t help but love Kirkland’s. I popped in there the other week when it was about 85 degrees outside, but it was all Fall inside. It took every bit of willpower to not buy a single thing, but I’ve since taken inventory of my existing Fall decor and you can bet that I’ll be at Kirkland’s this weekend scooping up some of these finds!
Kirkland’s had some great fall pillows. I’m somewhat of a throw pillow hoarder and I already switch out almost all of my “ordinary” pillows for autumn-themed pillows once Labor Day is over, but there’s always room for one (or three) more, right??
A nice way to transition into Fall with your pillows is by using texture, pattern, and color instead of an overtly Autumn/Fall/Thanksgiving pillow. Plaid, cable knit, and velvet pillows in warm, muted tones can make your home cozy for the Fall season.
Speaking of texture, I saw some great textured throws while I was at Kirkland’s. I always have a few blankets draped on the side of a couch or chair to warm up a room — literally and figuratively! Changing those throws with the seasons is a great and relatively inexpensive way to freshen up your decor.
Kirkland’s has a wide selection of faux flowers. I always switch out my faux florals with the seasons. I move away from the bright greens and whites in the summer into the warm golds, maroons, and burnt oranges for Fall.
I will most likely head back to Kirkland’s and pick up off-white vase below and put some of those Fall florals inside. The black pitcher in the background would look cute with a bunch of Fall florals, too.
These little ceramic pumpkins and gourds would be cute grouped with a framed photo or candy dish on a console table or next to the hand soap in your kitchen or bathroom.
I really loved the contrast of the galvanized metal and wooden rim on this oblong tray. I would put those rattan pumpkins on the shelf below or the ceramic pumpkins from the next photo into the tray for a gorgeous Fall centerpiece or a coffee table decoration.
Surprisingly, Kirkland’s had a pretty good selection of lamps. I’ve kind of been on the lookout for a new lamp for the console table in my living room. Both of these lamps may be a little hefty for the small footprint of my console table, but the matte black base of the first lamp would be a perfect, moody addition for the shorter days of Autumn. The textured off-white base on the second lamp would be a nice neutral compliment if you’re decorating with jewel tones for Fall.
I’ve bought a few wreaths from Kirkland’s in the past, but I wasn’t thrilled with the selection they had for Fall. Like I said, Kirkland’s isn’t 100% my decor style and most of the wreaths were a little too rustic farmhouse for my taste – but if that’s your style, run to Kirkland’s and check it out! However, I really liked this faux magnolia leaf wreath. It’s a wonderful piece that can take your front door from Summer to Fall.
I’m also a big fan of switching out my doormats with the seasons. My old Fall doormat is looking a little rough, so it’s time to update. I thought this pickup truck doormat was cute and it’s a great size to layer over a larger doormat.
If you’re looking for a fabric or canvas sign, Kirkland’s has got what you need. I know that the two signs I’ve featured aren’t Fall-specific, but I liked them and figured some of you might as well! Kirkland’s did have quite a bit of Fall-themed signage, so I’d check them out if you’re in the market for that.
For seasonal decor, Kirkland’s is killing it. I’m definitely heading back there this weekend to grab some new Fall items and I’ll do a little Fall decor home tour later this month!