I bought these small pumpkin-shaped candles a few years back and they're still going strong (you can find a similar product here). I lined them up along our living room mantle, which can be challenging to style because of the limited space under the wall-mounted television. I lay a simple garland with white berries behind the candles.
I put some dried wheatgrass in the vase to the left of the television. I often use dried botanicals in place of fresh flowers. I love fresh flowers but they can get expensive in the cold seasons here when I can't trim much of anything fresh from our bushes.
Last year I bought these itty bitty dried pumpkins to use as a bowl filler and brought them out again this year in our dining room (they can be found here).
As expected they were all missing at the end of their first day out. After some hunting I found them in my 3 1/2 year old's purse.
Apple season is in full swing here in New England so I stacked up some apples from our apple picking excursion yesterday in a pedestal bowl on the kitchen table.
Having some autumnal touches around the house has definitely put me more in the fall mood. I don't have much confidence that the hydrangeas will last long on the coffee table since Ellie loves to "help" me with the "flowdahs" but they can always be relocated to a high shelf if needed!