3 Fall Décor Tips For A Long Island Autumn.

It’s beginning to feel like fall on Long Island. As the temperature cools and the leaves start to change colors, it’s the perfect time to warm up the inside of your home by bringing in some of those autumn hues. Ready to turn your Long Island estate home into a cozy autumn retreat? Follow these fall décor tips and autumn decorating ideas.

Fall Décor Tips and Autumn Decorating Ideas

  1. Deck the Décor
    Fall décor is all about bringing the outside in. Nothing does that better than decorating your interior with natural elements like twig wreaths, fallen leaf collages and foliage centerpieces.
  2. Embrace the Burnt
    Burnt red, sienna and umber accents will bring the feeling of fall into every room of your house. The best part, you don’t have to go overboard with new furniture and paint. Just swap out your throw pillows and blankets for something with a touch of burnt orange or brown.
  3. Add a Pinch of Pumpkin
    While pumpkins are the essential fall fruit (yes, it is technically a fruit), it’s easy to over do it. All you need are a few various-sized pumpkins here and there to set the autumn mood. While jack o’lanterns may be fun for the kids, painting a pumpkin in a two-tone pattern or decorating it with a lace doily can add a more elegant fall flare.

Now that you know how to add some fall décor to your Long Island estate home, put these decorating tips to use and share the finished product with us on twitter @TheHamletEstate.


October 14, 2016 – Good news for Long Island gourmets: the much-appreciated Long Island “Restaurant Week” returns again this year, offering eight days of delicious meals and deals throughout Long Island! The fest takes place from Sunday, October 30th through Sunday, November 6th, 2016 and marks the tenth anniversary for the fall version of the event (a Spring week was added in 2011 due to popular demand). This fall over 250 area restaurants will be participating, with venues ranging from Garden City to Montauk, and embracing all kinds of quality cuisine. Diners will enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe meal for $27.95; the price includes a choice of an appetizer, an entrée and a dessert (drinks, taxes and gratuities are additional; please note that Saturday dinners are only offered before 7 PM). For additional details, and for a list of participating restaurants, please go to www.longislandrestaurantweek.com and bon appetite!

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