7 Designer-Approved Fall Decor Finds from Terrain, Starting at $12

published Aug 30, 2023
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Cute autumn home decor arrangement. Tiny wooden cabin balcony with heather flowers in pot, lavender in bottle vase, candlelight flame, soft beige plaid waiting on comfortable garden furniture chair
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There’s something so satisfying about pulling out the first fall decorations. Fire pits, potted marigolds, dried florals, and twinkly lights are all hallmarks of the upcoming cozy season. As the weather starts to transition, there’s no better time to start gathering inspiration for your home’s fall look and prep for the cool, crisp days ahead. 

That’s why I asked interior designers about the autumn-inspired finds they’re most excited about from Terrain, Anthropologie’s outdoor decor sister store. As Chicago-based designer Paige Garland explains, “If you like [Anthropologie’s] textured, worldly style, you’ll love the wide variety of items Terrain carries, from furnishings to decor.” Check out seven designer-approved pieces from Terrain below — starting at $12 — that you can style for fall (or any season!), year after year.

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“We love the versatility of these chic taper and votive candle holders. The warm amber colors are a classic representation of the autumn season, and the delicate fluting adds a luxurious texture to any space. Use on a dining room table or as an accent on a fireplace mantel. Pair with Terrain’s silhouette candlesticks in blush for the year’s most trend-forward color combination.” —Designer Ashley Macuga of Collected Interiors

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“A cult favorite is the ruffled marble dish — used to style a bookshelf or console, dress up a dresser, or act as a centerpiece on a small table.” —Designer Paige Garland of Paige Garland Interiors

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“We love this multi-purpose vessel — the combination of its scallop edge and the warm, rich veining make it the perfect layer for fall. Use it to hold keys on a credenza or TV remotes on a coffee table. And because it's food-safe, it can even be used as a butter dish for a fall dinner party.” —Designer Ashley Macuga

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This planter can be used indoors or out, with plants or without. The character adds texture, keeping it modern but earthy!” —Designer Ruthie Staalsen of Ruthie Staalsen Interiors

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“If you’re looking for a statement vase, look no further. This weathered stone vase, paired with some extra-long branches or stems, is going to bring the drama to any room. I’d love to see this in a home office!” —Designer Paige Garland

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“We love accents that can transition as the seasons and holidays change. And as the days get shorter, there is nothing more classic than an outdoor lantern to spruce up your front door curb appeal. Fill with multi-colored, preserved leaves for the fall, and then re-decorate for Halloween and the winter holidays. Use two different sizes, and don’t be afraid to play with scale.” —Designer Ashley Macuga

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“For an earthy, timeless look, I love their wooden serving bowls. These add rustic traditional charm to a kitchen island. I would fill these with artichokes, green apples, or citrus for a pop of freshness.” —Designer Paige Garland