Coastal Fall Décor to Inspire Your Inner Designer

It’s that time of year again—when the air is almost as crisp as the apples ready to be picked! Here at the coast, we’re enjoying an intermission between sandy toes and snowflakes where cooler breezes act almost as a homecoming ahead of the year’s final act… are we’re ready for it!

Just as the seasons shift, so can the decorations in your home. From weather-worn driftwood to freshly picked pumpkins, there are so many ways you can honor a coastal aesthetic throughout your space. And there’s no need to shell out a lot of money.

Case in point? Try our favorite fall DIY: a low-budget high-impact Succulent Pumpkin Centerpiece from Kim, the talent behind Sand & Sisal {oh, this IG!} Yes, you can do it! Create a coastal inspired table ready for the season of family and feasting.

For more décor inspired by the water’s edge, we welcome you to explore Sea Oats Pinterest boards and hope you’ll follow us for regularly updated interior inspiration. While you’re there, be sure to take a peek at our personal top pick for stunning seasonal wreaths from Melissa at Daisy Mae Belle … {we’ve fallen hard for this cotton boll wreath} and if you’re feeling crafty, order her book Beautiful Wreaths and she’ll walk you through the process of creating your very own.

And of course, we couldn’t forget one of the most familiar indications of the fall season - cozy scents. That’s why Sea Oats is excited to introduce our Fabulous Fall Collection of fragrances and sprays. Infused with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cedarwood, our signature Fall Festival Collection will fill your home with an aroma of dried fruits and spices. Or for a more familiar take on the classic pumpkin scent, our Autumn Harvest Collection blends toasted pumpkin and nutmeg… for that curl up with a blanket comfort all year long.

So, as the leaves begin to fall, soon followed by the temperatures, we’re here to help you keep the sea in season. Wishing you a warm and cozy fall harvest from our family to yours.


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