Best fall decor for your home: The Pioneer Woman, Anthropologie, and more

Pumpkin brush


The quickest way to get into the fall spirit is to decorate your space. We’re talking pumpkins, fall colors, and changing leaves. Get your space ready in time for September 23, the first official day of fall.

But there is no need to wait either. If you’re someone who believes that fall is more than just a season, it’s a state of mind — then check out our favorite fall decor picks now. Shop our best of fall products from Anthropologie, Walmart, Williams Sonoma, and more. There are reviewer favorites for a range of budgets here.

And if spooky Halloween garden decor is on your mind, be sure to check out our CBS Essentials guide The best Halloween garden decorations in 2023.

Get ready to fall in love with these fall pieces!

Voluspa Japonica Pumpkin Spiced Latte Glass Jar Candle

Voluspa Japonica Pumpkin Spiced Latte Glass Jar


Here’s an elevated look at your basic pumpkin candle. Not only does the Voluspa Japonica Pumpkin Spiced Latte Candle come in a stunning fall flower patterned bowl, it also has a gourmand, easy-to-love scent. This 18-ounce candle has notes of fresh kabocha squash, cream of coconut, and cinnamon-spiced barley.

Voslupa candles provide a clean burn. You will get 100 hours of use from this.

Why we love this candle:

Set the scene with the scent of fall. The notes of the Voluspa pumpkin candle offer a classic touch, and its jar is anything but tacky.

Pioneer Woman 10-Inch Ceramic Pumpkin Pie Dish with Lid

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paying off Pioneer woman Take in the fall season. This 10-inch ceramic pumpkin pie plate with lid doubles as decoration. It will be an excellent centerpiece on your table.

This pie plate comes in orange and cream and is dishwasher safe.

Why we love this pie dish:

You’ll get great value for your money with this pie plate that can be used as a decor.

UrbanStems Honeycrisp Package

UrbanStems The Honeycrisp


Treat yourself to the Autumn Package from UrbanStems. This is an especially great idea if you plan to do any hosting in the fall.

There’s nothing like fresh flowers, and this bouquet is inspired by one of fall’s staples: honey-crisp apples. Impress your guests with this fall bouquet featuring spray roses, solidago, and greenery.

Add on vase for additional cost. You can also order a “double” version of this bouquet with twice as many flowers for $111, up from $124.

Why we love this package:

These fresh flowers arrive at your doorstep and instantly elevate your space.

Williams Sonoma Faux Pumpkin Patch Wreath

Artificial pumpkin patch wreath

Williams Sonoma

Pick up this pastel wreath meant for indoor use. You can place it over your mantle or hang it inside your front door.

This wreath features faux leaves, pinecones, berries and mini pumpkins in soft blue, cream and sage.

This special wreath is screen printed, painted, and arranged by hand.

You can also order a matching wreath with a flexible wire base for $130 on the same page.

Why we love this wreath:

This wreath is fall-themed in a subtle way.

Pumpkin brush (set of 3)

Pumpkin brush


There is no such thing as too many pumpkins. Use these brush gourds as a decorative ornament.

Choose from two color trends in this set of three pumpkins. One is neutral in color while the other features purple.

These sweet pumpkins are handmade and are intended for indoor use only.

Why we love these pumpkins:

You can add these pumpkins anywhere, from your mantle to your tablescape, for an autumnal touch.

Williams-Sonoma x Morris & Co. Solid Mattress

Williams-Sonoma x Morris & Associates Hardmate

Williams Sonoma

These solid arts and crafts placemats with pomegranate print are like little works of art. Complete your fall tables by placing one at each seat.

These hardwood rugs are cork-backed to protect your surfaces and resist moisture. They are also finished with a protective coating for easy cleaning.

This fall print placemat is part of a collection in Williams-Sonoma inspired by the work of William Morris, a famous British designer known for his 19th-century arts and crafts prints.

Why we love this solid:

These placemats highlight fall’s favorite fruit, pomegranate, with an arts-and-crafts twist.

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