I am so excited to share with you how to decorate a “living room corner” for Fall. With just 5 items, I easily transformed this empty space into one that is cozy and moody. Scroll down to check it out!
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I am head over heels about the Studio McGee at Target collection for Fall. This collection includes pieces for every space in your home, including your living room. I was drawn to the warm tans and creams, as well as the moody black accent pieces. And, of course, if you know me, you know that the nubby pillows and other textures amplified that cozy, fall look.
This 66″ East Bluff Woven Cabinet Black sets the stage for a cozy, fall living room corner. Not only does it instantly and beautifully “fill” the space, but it offers functionality too, with extra storage for items such as books, picture frames, and blankets.
I love the woven detail and gold handles on the doors.
As I mentioned earlier, there are warm tones in this collection, especially in these rattan cube baskets. The cabinet perfectly holds two of these baskets side by side to add height to your corner and more storage.
Why not add another rattan piece to your cozy corner this fall with this rectangle woven tray? I love how it sits nicely on the open, bottom shelf of the cabinet. You can use it to hold books and other decorative items.
Add a plant to your living room corner! This olive green magnolia potted plant looks amazing in this corner. Plants are a welcoming touch to any space and bring an organic and nature-inspired element. The darker olive-colored leaves are perfect for fall hues.
Textiles such as pillows and blankets soften spaces in a home. I placed two pillows in front of the cabinet to do just that and, of course, to encourage relaxing by the fire during the fall and winter months ahead.
I used a total of four Studio McGee at Target pillows (2 on the floor, 2 on my sofa) for this look. Check them out below:
What do you think?
I love walking through our front door now and seeing this space all decorated and ready for the fall and winter months ahead.