How to Incorporate Indigo Into Your Fall Decor

Fall is creeping up right under our noses which means we all trade our summer decor for the leaves and pumpkins. However, there is one aspect of your summer decor that you might not want to pack away just yet. Indigo may not be the first color you think of when you imagine an Autumn clad mantle, but the deep blue tone can bring some depth and excitement to your space, being on the opposite end of the color wheel as most Fall decor. Take a look at these 10 tips that will help you incorporate indigo into your Autumn decorating.

Indigo patterned pillows

Patterned pillows are no doubt the easiest way to change a room’s look for the changing seasons. This Fall, instead of going all red and orange, keep some of your indigo pillows out. Or if your pining for new patterns, DIY your own shibori pillow covers. (via POPSUGAR)

Indigo painted pumpkins

Pumpkins are not required to be orange. Take advantage of the fake gourds in multiple colors and use your indigo spray paint to give a few a makeover. The blue and white especially pop. (via Ana Rosa)

Indigo fall vases

The next time you visit your local thrift store, pick up a few vases with deep blue patterns. Your Fall flowers and leaves will look amazing against the blue patterned backdrop. (via Claire Brody Designs)

Indigo lace runner

Sure, you could buy this dining table beauty. But I dare you to DIY it! All you need is some indigo lace ribbon and some burlap ribbon. One trip to the craft store and you’ll be gluing your way to Autumn table beauty. (via Etsy)

Indigo fall printable art

You know me and my love for printables. If you’re finding you need to give your gallery wall an Autumn makeover as well, try printing out a beautiful quote that features indigo designs. (via Burlap and Blue)

Indigo tapered candles

We all love our cinnamon scented candles with abandon. But have you thought of pairing your gold and bronze table decor with indigo shaded candles instead? They will bring a luxe look to every dinner party this season. (via 100 Layer Cake)

Indigo leaf fall wreath

Whether you hang it on your front door or somewhere in your home, Fall wreaths are the easiest to make yourself. Give a nod to indigo by including some blue colored something. (via Vitamini)

Indigo fall throw blanket

During the cold months, it’s easy to focus on texture more than looks when you’re decorating your bedroom. So use an indigo throw blanket to bring some life and color to your Autumn bedroom decor in a way that’s practical and beautiful. (via Lindsay Marcella)

Set a table in indigo for fall

Don’t put away those lovely blue patterned dishes! At your next Fall dinner party, lay the table with all your blue place settings and then add touches of orange and red and gold. You might be surprised how the colors blend so well and give you a real feel for the Autumn season. (via The French Tangerine)

Indigo painted pots

In the Fall, covering your porch with pumpkins and pots of mums is the most appropriate thing to do. Take indigo outdoors too by painting those pots in the deep blue shade. I promise it will make your flowers pop even more. (via Lowes)