Fall Decor Trends

There’s still plenty of summertime to savor, but it’s never a bad idea to start planning or purchasing for the upcoming season. With that in mind, here’s some great news:

The Harvest Collection has arrived.


That’s right! Everyone’s fall favorites are available in Kirkland’s stores across the country and at kirklands.com. Before taking a trip to stock up on autumn essentials, here’s a closer look at some of the season’s hottest trends you’ll see throughout the collection.

Buffalo Check

Plaid patterns are perfect for decorating during the fall, and buffalo check is hard to beat. From pumpkins to pennants (and everything in between), items with the unmistakably bold blocks of color are in high demand. It’s easy to layer in these fun fabrics due to their perfect color scheme. Whites, grays and blacks are an ideal option for a more neutral palette. Various shades of orange help add fall flair, but they’re also muted enough to suit even the most subtle look.


Enamel items are what everyone is talking about this season. They have a more durable exterior than comparable choices, and they fit well with any style. Enamel is quickly becoming a fan favorite because black and white go well with anything.


Metallic pieces are a great way to make a statement. Whether they feature traditional gold accents or the copper coloring brought in for fall, these accessories are a great way to ensure every corner of a home says “fall is here.”



Velvet is becoming a hot style throughout the year, and the Harvest Collection is no exception. This soft fabric plays a major role across a wide range of items, from pillows to decorative pumpkins and acorns. When you add velvet, you’re layering in another popular texture and giving a delightful look even more depth.

Mixing & Matching

These autumn trends are good on their own, but they’re even greater together! Fortunately, it’s not hard to create a look featuring all of these in demand styles. Simply pick a color palette and start decorating. If you have a clear color palette in mind, it’ll be much easier to mix and match your favorite pieces.

Don’t worry if decorating seems overwhelming. We’ll be back with another post in the next few weeks to help guide you along the way to a happy harvest home.