Transitioning Your Patio For Fall

Soon the leaves will start to change colors and the feeling of fall will be in the air. The refreshing temperatures and start of football season give us all the more reason to create a cozy environment to relax with family and friends. Here are a few tips to consider when transitioning your open air living space from Summer to Fall.



Outdoor fireplaces not only add character to the architecture of your home, but also extend the outdoor patio season well into the autumn months. Both fireplaces and fire pits offer warmth and a cozy ambiance. These gorgeous outdoor designs utilize the element of fire and provide plenty of inspiration as we prepare to transition seasons.

Fall patio transition - outdoor fireplace
Outdoor patio with seating and fireplace
Outdoor seating with fire pit


Well made, comfortable cushions and pillows invite your guests to relax and cozy up when the temperatures start to drop. Warm throws add texture and color to a space, but also provide warmth and an added level of luxury for your guests.

Covered outdoor seating with comfortable seating
Cozy outdoor seating


A few intentional changes in the details of your space can make a big impact. Welcome fall by swapping out your summer planters for autumn blooms and incorporate subtle fall colors into your overall decor. Add a bar cart or area to serve hot beverages or perhaps even s’more making. Warm blankets, candles and subtle fall decor can make your outdoor living space a cozy place to be as the seasons change.

Colorful outdoor patio - fall color accents
Colorful outdoor patio - fall accents


With the days getting progressively shorter, adding extra lighting to your patio space can ensure your gathering will last well into the evening. String bistro lights or add a grouping of lanterns for a welcoming glow.

Outdoor fall lighting - string lights
Outdoor fall lighting - string lights

Visit our showroom to view our selection of fire features as well as our inventory of quality outdoor furniture to complete your patios transition to fall.