It is no secret that I absolutely LOVE FALL! The decorations, yummy scented candles, pumpkin spice, cozy sweaters, and of course, Halloween! Since the start of the pandemic, my family and I have been very strict with social distancing and order everything we need online. It saddens me not to be able to go “fall shopping” in and out all of my favorite stores this year, but that hasn’t stopped me from buying festive Fall and Halloween decor to create a warm and inviting space for the season. Of course, all my Fall finds were super affordable without skimping on quality. Be sure to click the photos to be directed and start shopping to your Autumn heart’s content.
1.) Walmart. Walmart really stepped up their decor game over the years and dare I say gives Target a run for their money on the Fall cozy front! Their collection of rustic farmhouse pumpkins, plaid, and beautiful burnt orange, gold and burgundy decorative pillows and pieces will make you want to snuggle in your home with a cup of hot apple cider. Speaking of apple cider, your kitchen won’t be complete this season without the yummy Fall scented Mrs. Meyers Clean Day products. Walmart has delivery and free store pick up to ease your pandemic shopping anxiety.
2.) Big Lots. If you are looking for some of the cutest and budget friendly Fall and Halloween pieces to spruce up your Fall tables and fire places, check out Big Lots. I really love Big Lots home decor for any season. You can find a huge selection of unique and trendy decorations for Summer, Fall, Halloween, Christmas and everything in between at a fraction of the cost of high end stores. I love that Big Lots offers delivery, but also curbside pickup. I was able to place my order online and have my Halloween goodies brought out right to my car the very same day!
3.) Michaels. If you’re looking to do some Fall DIY to create all of your Autumn Pinterest board inspirations, look no further than Michaels. I found the cutest Halloween picks to add to my Fall flower arrangements and little hay bales for my soon to be front porch set up. Michaels also carries all of your favorite candle scents in fun decorative jars like the Vanilla Bean Pumpkin and Pumpkin Spiced Cider I picked up. The great thing about these candles is they smell just as good as Yankee Candles at less than half the price! Michaels also offers delivery and same day curbside pick up. Score!
4.) Hobby Lobby. Rustic Farmhouse Fall you say? Hello Hobby Lobby! They have some of the prettiest and realistic looking florals and the soft fall tones mixed with plaids, old fashion trucks, distressed wood and everything you will need for your country style home decorating. I really love their Autumn collection because the pieces are high quality and look like you paid a fortune for them, without actually having to break the bank. You can really do up your Thanksgiving table with their artificial gourds and distressed sunflowers to make an inviting backdrop to your feast. Hobby Lobby offers delivery and often provides coupon codes for free shipping over $50 and 40% off a single item.
5.) Amazon. Of course Amazon was going to make my list! I created a Fall Decor Idea List on my Amazon Storefront full of everything you need to really turn your home into a cozy Autumn retreat or a Spooky Halloween Hideout. One of my favorite decorating ideas it to switch up my throw pillows for the seasons. Amazon has the best selection of festive throw pillow covers I have seen and they are super affordable. Instead of owning a million throw pillows that take up a lot of room, I cover a few of them each season. Check out some of the cute covers I found for for less than $20! I can also count on Amazon for unique pieces and little touches that you can’t find anywhere else. Of course with their free Prime delivery the boxes filled with Fall goodies were rolling in!
I hope this list was helpful to you on your hunt to create an inviting and cozy Fall space this year. I personally cannot wait to put out my stuff and start lighting candles. I usually start adding decor to my home the first weekend in September. With Covid still lingering among us, my family will definitely be spending more time than ever at home so I want to make it as warm and festive as possible, for as long as I can. When do you plan on decorating for Fall?