Autumn Decor on a Budget

These affordable ways to decorate for autumn mean you can make the most of your home during the cosy months, without splashing the cash.

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Whether you’re looking for a way to freshen up your space or autumn is your favourite time of the year, decorating your home with autumnal bits and pieces can often become costly. That’s why I’ve compiled an abundance of affordable decorations and what you can do with them, so you can get the most out of your space during the cosy months ahead. 

As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to do your autumnal shopping earlier rather than later. Typically, July and August are when retailers and stores bring out their autumnal stock - and it doesn’t take long for it to be gone. By September, Christmas stock starts to make an appearance, so don’t wait around.

Pumpkins Galore

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Nothing says autumn like pumpkins. Whether this is the first year you’re decorating for autumn, or you’ve been building up your collection for years, pumpkins are a must. There is an abundance of pumpkin decor on the market, from ceramic pumpkins and knitted pumpkins to pumpkin lights, and more, whatever look you’re going for, there’s something for you. 

Ceramic Pumpkins

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This autumn, dress your shelves up with some pumpkin ornaments. If you’re after some autumnal decor that is classy and modern, you can’t get better than a Ceramic White Pumpkin for £10+ from Etsy. These are available in three sizes so you can choose how big of an autumn statement you’d like to make. 

If you’re on a bit of a tight budget, then be sure to take a peek at the ceramic pumpkins available at Hobby Craft. Whether it’s the Ceramic Pumpkin 12cm for £4, the Ceramic Dotty Cut-Out Pumpkin for £5, the Ceramic Star Cut-Out Pumpkin for £3, or the Ceramic Floral Cut-Out Pumpkin for £6, these options can be left white or painted to suit your colour scheme. 

Looking for some ceramic pumpkins to help inject a bit of colour into your home? Take a look at the Mini Luxe Ceramic Pumpkin Set of 3 for £12 from Etsy which has a variety of lovely colours, the Black Cement Pumpkin for £3.99+ from Etsy, or the Orange Knit Effect Ceramic Pumpkin for £6 from ASDA George. 

Textured Pumpkin Decor

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Textured pumpkins help your space feel soft, cosy and homely. They’re a great addition to your home and can be used in several ways, including on coffee tables, shelving, TV stands, entry tables, and more, so they’re a great option that works in every room. What’s more, most textured pumpkins are available in various sizes and would look super cute if displayed in a little bundle in your home. 

At Etsy, they have a nice selection of textured pumpkins available for you to choose from at affordable prices. If you’re all about the neutrals, then the Crochet Oatmeal Pumpkins for £6.50+ are a fantastic option. These are also available in Copper Crochet Pumpkins if you’re looking to add a little pop of orange here and there. 

If you’re after a soft plushy pumpkin to decorate your sofa, bed, shelves or coffee table, then Hobby Craft is the place. They have a Rust Plush Pumpkin for £1, which is available in several more colours, including Grey, Purple, Cream, and Burgundy. If your budget can stretch further, be sure to check the Etsy Pumpkin decorations for £10.50 which is a more expensive option, available in two sizes and a few neutral colours. 

Another option is at ASDA George, where you can find their Mixed Bag of Fabric Pumpkins for £12 as part of Stacey Solomon’s autumnal collection. Another cute option from Stacey Solomon’s collection is the Furn Pumpkin Door Stop for £10 which means you can prop your door open in style too. 

For lovers of wicker, make sure to check out the Brown Wicker Pumpkin Ornament for £16.99 from Tk Maxx if your budget can stretch that little bit further. 

Pumpkin Lights

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Set the mood and turn your home into a cosy snug with a few pumpkin tights here and there. A beautiful option that’s affordable too is the Light Up Glass Pumpkin for £8 from B&M. With its deep orange colour, it’s sure to cast a deep, orange cosy glow in your space. If you’re after something with a bit more glitz and glamour, then check out the Set of 4 Pumpkin LED Lights for £10 from Next. These are a great option if you’d like to dot a few light-up pumpkins around your house to spread the autumnal mood. 

Calling all lovers of quirky decor - this is the one for you. The Wire Pumpkin Decor with Fairy Lights for £8+ would make the perfect table centrepiece for an autumnal or Halloween get-together. So, hit the lights, and enjoy. 

Display Autumnal Decor

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So, you’d like to decorate your home for autumn, but you’ve already got enough pumpkin decor to last you a lifetime? Check out these pieces that you can style in your space, alongside pumpkins, candles, and blankets, to give you that harvest-time infusion. 

Subtle Autumn Accessories

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You don’t have to go overboard with the autumnal decor if that’s not your thing - at B&M, you can find some really subtle autumnal pieces that would look lovely in your home. The Romagna Glass Display Bottle Vase for £5.99 in the colour honey, as well as the Ribbed Glass Meadow Vase for £7.99 in the colour honey, would help to add some texture, shine and colour, at an affordable price. What’s more, you can leave them empty or show off some autumnal foliage inside them if that’s your vibe. 

At The Range, they have an adorable Acorn Jar With Lid for £9.99 that can also be used as a little storage container or just left as it is.  

Autumnal Signs

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A different way to decorate is by hanging or displaying autumnal signs. Make sure you check out some of the following affordable options. At The Range, they have a chic Small Pumpkin Spice Hanging Sign for £6.99

Alternatively, Etsy has a great selection including wooden, farmhouse-style signs like the Hello Autumn Sign for £10, the Autumn Leaves Mini Sign for £8, and the Leaves are Falling Mini Sign for £8. These are ideal if you’re looking for a piece of decor that will look fabulous in every room of the house. 

If you’re after something a little more quirky, then see if you like the adorable Hello Autumn Sign for £10 from Etsy or the White Wooden Pumpkin Sign for £4.50 from Shein. 

Add Autumnal Fragrances to your Home

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Another way to infuse your home with the feel of autumn is with an autumnal scent. From vanilla pumpkin, and autumn leaves, to apple pie, spiced cinnamon, and more, nothing quite gets you in the mood for the cosy weather like autumnal fragrances. 

Autumnal Candles

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With candles, you’re getting the best of both worlds - make your home smell divine the second you walk in the door, and turn down the lights to help create a cosy atmosphere. 

If it’s the perfect autumnal scent that you’re after, then we’ve got you covered. At ASDA George, you can shop for a few variations of the classic pumpkin spice scent, including a Set of 2 Pumpkin Spice Jar Candles for £7, as well as a Pumpkin Spice Latte Scented Candle for £5, with a super cute design on it. 

Etsy is also home to an abundance of pumpkin spice-scented candles, including the Pumpkin Candle Set for £4.72+ which includes a pumpkin spice candle, a jar of matches, and an adorable pumpkin spice wax melt. 

If you prefer a scented candle that is sure to warm you up and remind you of toasting marshmallows and getting wrapped up in a chunky scarf, then the Log Fire Scented Candle for £8.50 from Next might be what you need. Another delightful option is the Autumn Harvest Candle for £9.99+ from Etsy which is sure to remind you of the crunch of autumn leaves. 

Decorative Candles

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If you love a good candle, but you want it to look aesthetically pleasing on your shelf too, then look no further. There is a great variety of cute and autumnal pumpkin candles and candle holders available on the market. At Tk Maxx, they have a beautiful Juniper Berry Sage Scented Candle for £9.99 which is inside an orange pumpkin-shaped jar with a lid. So, whether it’s lit or not, it’ll look adorable on display. 

Similarly, at ASDA George, they have a beautiful Natural Warm Pumpkin Pie Ceramic Candle for £5 as part of Stacey Solomon’s range, which is decorated with a modern white and beige speckled design that you are sure to love. A similar piece which is equally as stunning is the White Giant Pumpkin Tealight Holder for £7, or another super cute piece which is the White Ghost Tealight Holder for £4, which is perfect for a little subtle nod to Halloween. 

For everyone who simply loves oils or wax melts and neutrals, be sure to check out the Brown Pumpkin Oil Burner for £5. This would look stunning on display and would smell amazing with these Pumpkin Spice Wax Melts for £1.85+ from Etsy burning in them. 

Autumnal Oils & Diffusers

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If you can’t light candles because you’re Decorating on a Student Budget, you’ve got little ones around, or you’d prefer an alternative, then we’ve got your back too. If you’ve got an oil diffuser, then be sure to check out this Pumpkin Spice Fragrance Oil for £2.39+ from Etsy. Simply use a few drops in your diffuser and enjoy the delicious aroma in every room of your home. What’s more, you can purchase this in several sizes, depending on how obsessed you are with it. 

Another option is a reed diffuser. Not only do these look super cute on your shelves or coffee table, but they smell amazing too. At Tk Maxx, you can find a White Pumpkin Reed Diffuser for £7.99 so you’ll still be able to get your daily dose of autumn. 

If you’ve got a decorative bowl, why not fill it with pumpkin potpourri? At Etsy, they have Dried Baby Scented Pumpkins for £6 which you can use as both decoration and to help your space smell good, without a single candle in sight. 

Get Cosy Under the Blanket

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The approach of autumn means we say goodbye to the warmer temperatures, and for some, this might be a sad time. Nevertheless, when our homes are a bit more chilly, it’s the perfect excuse to grab your thickest, softest blankets, a friend or two, and snuggle up. 

At B&M, they sell a Thermal Super Soft Family Blanket for £18 which means you won’t have to fight over who gets to stay warm. This is available in a variety of colours so you can decide whether you’d like to go neutral or add a pop of colour to your sofa. They also have an Oversized Waffle Throw for £14.99 which is sure to make you feel like you’re being wrapped up in a warm cuddle. 

If you’re after a blanket that’s more for show than anything, then Matalan has a super cute Multicoloured Pumpkin Print Throw for £7 that is sure to add a tiny bit of colour and pattern to your space. Alternatively, if it’s a pop of orange that you’re after this autumn, check out the Orange Plain Super Soft Throw for £5 or the Autumn Check Super Soft Throw for £6 from ASDA George, which would both look lovely draped over your sofa to make it look super inviting.  

Add Texture with Cushions

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We all know that the majority of autumn is spent on the sofa, so make sure you don’t forget to give it a little TLC for the cosy months ahead. Whether you’re looking to dress your sofa up with shades of orange, give it a little refresh with some neutral patterns, or maybe even add some Halloween-themed cushions to get yourself into the spooky mood, we’ve got just what you need. 

Orange Cushions

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One way to make your space feel more autumnal is by adding some orange, especially if your home has a neutral colour scheme that is screaming for some warmth. 

If you’re after something with a nod to autumn without being tacky, then check out these classy Hello Autumn Letter Embroidery Covers for £4.75 from Shein. With just a little pop of orange, these would look great, without making your space feel busy. Another great option is the Natural Little Linear Tufted Pumpkin Cushion for £10 from ASDA George. This is part of the Stacey Solomon collection so it’s sure to look classy and cute on your sofa. 

Alternatively, if you’re looking to swap out a few of your usual cushion covers with some orange basics, then these cushion covers might be something you’d love. The Tufted Tassel Decor Cover for £6 from Shein would be perfect for those whose homes are boho chic, and the Nordic Style Velvet Orange Cover for £3, or the Solid Orange Cushion Cover for £2.50 with their velvety design help to add texture and dimension. 

For that farmhouse look, be sure to take a peak at the Autumn Leaf Cushion for £9.99 from Etsy, or the Orange Grid Linen Cover for £3.50 from Shein. These are both available in a few different colours so you can make them work for your home. 

Neutral Cushions

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So, you want to make your sofa look simply irresistible for autumn without the bright colours? At Matalan, they have a beautiful, affordable autumn range including the Tan Woven Check Cushion for £10. While this one doesn’t scream autumn, it’s just right for those who prefer a subtle nod at the cosy months ahead. Another option is the Natural Embroidered Pumpkin Cushion for £12 which is a lovely shade of brown that is sure to make you want to cosy up with a hot chocolate. 

For those who love neutrals with a little bit of an autumn colour palette, check out the Multicoloured Pumpkin Print Cushion for £9 from Matalan. This one is reversible so you can choose whether you’d prefer the neutral side on show or a little bit of colour. One that would look great paired with this is the Natural Hello Autumn Slogan Cushion for £9 from ASDA George as part of Stacey Solomon’s autumn range.  

Halloween Cushions

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If you’re a lover of all things autumn, then chances are you love Halloween too, so you might be looking for something a little more spooky to help you enjoy Halloween on a budget. The White Ghost Shaped Cushion for £10 from ASDA George is an adorable addition to your sofa that you can hold on tight to during your next horror film marathon. 

Additionally, Shein has some seriously cool options like the Halloween Pattern Cushion Case for £1.75, the Mushroom & Moon Print Cover for £2, and the Halloween Pumpkin Printed Case for £2, that are sure to make your space look fabulously frightening.  

Dress up your Table with Autumnal Tableware

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Is it your turn to host your yearly autumn dinner party? Make sure that you’re the hostess with the most-est with these cute autumnal tableware pieces. Whether you’re cooking a delicious soup, pasta dish, or baked camembert, make sure you serve it in this Orange Halloween Pumpkin Serving Bowl for £12 from ASDA George. Paired with the Pack of 2 Orange Pumpkin Shape Plates for £14, you’ll get an A+ for effort. For sweet treats, check out this Orange Ceramic Pumpkin Bowl for £4.99 from Tk Maxx. 

Hang up Autumn Prints

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Providing that you’re not Decorating Rented Property, and you’ve already got some prints hung on your walls, why not switch some out for autumn? Etsy is a fantastic website for sourcing affordable and high-quality prints, whatever the occasion. So, if you fancy changing things up and giving your walls a little autumn spruce up, then check out some of the prints they’ve got. If modern farmhouse is your style, then you will love the Fall Pumpkin Gallery Wall Set of 10 prints for £2.70+ or the Hello Autumn Farmhouse Sign for £14.90. For lovers of watercolour, check out the Autumn Watercolour Quote Print for £3.15+, which is available in several sizes and designs, and comes with a personalisation option. 

If you’re after an eerie print that screams cosy autumnal nights, then you’ll probably love the Dark Autumn Forest Vintage Print for £8.95+ which would look especially beautiful in a reading nook and is available in several size options.  

Get Creative

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If you want to decorate for autumn and have a go at getting the whole family or your friends involved, then why not host a little autumnal arts and crafts get-together? At The Range, they have an abundance of inexpensive autumnal kits that you can purchase and make a real afternoon out of it. 

Fancy making your own autumn wreath? Check out the Autumn Wreath Making Kit for £14.99 and the Autumn Wreath Accessories Box for £2.99 and make sure that your front door will look simply spectacular. 

Grab the paints and get creative with the collection of autumnal signs at The Range, including a Hello Pumpkin Hanging Sign for £1.99, Fall Is Here Wooden Sign for £1.49, and the Decorate Your Own Wooden Pumpkin for £2.29

If it’s DIY pumpkins you’re after, save yourself some serious cash with the Pack of 7 Pumpkin Decorations for £14.99 from Amazon. These arrive in plain white which means you can paint them any colour, pattern, or design that you like or leave them as they are. 

For DIY sock pumpkins - a trend that’s floating around social media at the moment - YouTube has plenty of helpful video tutorials that you can follow along with, including DIY Sock Pumpkin Tutorial which involves a little bit of sewing, or DIY Sock Pumpkins which does not involve any sewing. 

Add some Autumnal Foliage

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Plants and foliage can really help your space feel clean, refreshed, and put together. During autumn, we see some of the most beautiful colours as the leaves go from green to orange and brown. So, bring some of the outdoors inside by adding some autumn foliage to your home. Whether it’s a bouquet of dried flowers, some faux leaves, or something a little different than your usual, we’ve got some great suggestions. 

If you’ve got a garden and you’re looking for a super affordable option, then why not make use of your own branches and leaves? Go out with a pair of sheers and get snipping. It won’t take much for you to make a beautiful bouquet of autumn clippings, and you won’t have to spend a single pound. 

At Etsy, they have Faux Plum Birch Branches for £11 which adds a stunning, deep red colour to your space. There is also something similar on Amazon which is the Bundles of Artificial Fall Flowers for £9.99 which is in an equally beautiful burnt orange shade. With both of these options, you can choose how many stems you’d like to create your preferred look. 

If you’re after something a little more subtle, then see what you think of the Artificial Maple Fall Branch Leaves for £3.99 from Amazon, or the Artificial Red Maple Leaf for £8.21+ from Etsy, if you’ve got a bit more cash to spare. 

If you’re a lover of eucalyptus stems, then you’re not going to want to miss the Artificial Eucalyptus Autumn Bundle for £6 from Dunelm, or the Autumnal Eucalyptus Pick for £2.99 from The Range.

Some lovely options for faux autumnal flowers include the Autumn Harvest Floral Pick for £2.99 from The Range or the 5 Pack of Autumn Dandelion Heads for £1.75 from Shein. These would both look super pretty displayed in your favourite vase or jug. 

Hang Autumn Garlands

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If you’ve got a fireplace, then why not spruce it up for autumn too? By adding something as simple as a garland, you can help frame your fireplace to feel like the cosy centrepiece of the whole room. 

If it’s a bit of colour you’re looking for, then Etsy has an abundance of lovely options. The Pumpkin Spice Pom Pom Garland for £7+ is super cute and would look nice hung from one end to the other or draped across. 

For lovers of all things leaves and foliage, be sure to check out the Small Autumnal Pinecone Garland for £3.99 from The Range, or the Artificial Maple Leaves Garland for £6.99+ from Etsy which are sure to make your space feel super cosy. For those who prefer a more minimalist look, the White Pumpkin Garland for £14 from Etsy is the one for you. 

Add an Autumnal Wreath

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You can’t forget your front door - make sure all of your neighbours know how much you love autumn with these beautiful, modern autumn wreaths. For something neutral, check out the Dried Gypsophilia Wreath for £15 from The Range. Although a little on the pricey side, its quality is sure to last you years to come. 

For something with a bit more colour and warmth, the Artificial Autumnal Orange Eucalyptus Wreath for £8 from Dunelm is perfect. If warm tones won’t match your front door, then why not try the Harvest Wreath White & Green for £16 from B&M? 

Spruce up your Bedding

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Make sure that your dreams are filled with hot chocolates, crunchy leaves, and cosy bonfires when you add a little autumnal spice to your bedroom. 

There are so many fun and funky duvet sets on the market. If you’re all about orange, then at ASDA George, you can find their White Halloween Pumpkin Reversible Duvet Set for £11. With it’s adorable pumpkin pattern and reversible design, you’ll be getting more for your money. Some other great alternatives include the Witchy Vibes Halloween Duvet Set for £21 from Matalan, or the Double Multicoloured Pumpkin Duvet Set for £14.99 from Tk Maxx. 

If it’s a neutral option you’re after, then you’ll love the Natural Pumpkin Duvet Cover for £14 from Matalan, and if you’re after something simply spooktacular, then check out the Black Halloween Ghost Printed Fleece Duvet Set for £25 from ASDA George, which is sure to keep you feeling toasty. 

Give your Bathroom an Autumn Makeover

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Okay so we know this one is a bit niche, but if you’re a true autumn enthusiast, then you’ll simply love these bathroom bits. ASDA George and Next have got your back. From Orange Pumpkin Towel Sets for £8 and Pumpkin Bath Towels for £8, to Pumpkin Shaped Bath Mats for £10, and Halloween Pumpkin Soap Dispensers for £10, they’ve got all of the bathroom essentials you’ll ever need or want. 

Spice up your Kitchen

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Whether you’ll be cooking your favourite soups, casseroles, or warming curries this autumn, you’ll need some autumn cooking essentials so you can do it in style. 

At ASDA George, they have an adorable Pumpkin Tea Towel & Oven Glove Set for £10 which would look cute hanging in your kitchen. They also have a beautiful Natural Ceramic Pumpkin Jug for £10, and whether you use it for your cooking utensils, autumnal flowers, or just by itself, it’s a little nod to autumn without being too garish. 

When it comes to the actual cooking, Next is the place for you. They have a gorgeous range of cooking dishes, including Pumpkin Ramekins for £10 which are available in several colours including cream, ochre, and orange, as well as a Pumpkin Casserole Dish for £30

If you prefer baking over cooking, then check out the Harvest Home Pumpkin Baking Tray for £2.50 from B&M so you can create your own pumpkin-shaped cookies that will win over your guests’ hearts. For some scarily delicious autumn treats, stay tuned until the end! 

Enjoy Warm Beverages

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So, you’ve bought all of your autumnal essentials, and you’ve transformed your space into a cosy wonderland - now you need a warm beverage. From how to make the most of your Coffee Subscription, to how much you have to spend to get a free coffee, with the autumnal months fast approaching, ‘tis the season of indulging in your favourite warm drinks, so whether it’s a hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows, a classic pumpkin-spiced latte, a cinnamon tea, or something a little more out there, now is the time to enjoy it best.  

Autumnal Mugs

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Whatever you’re drinking, make sure you enjoy it in your favourite autumn mug. If you’re after a new one this year or want to start a collection, then see what you think of our suggestions. At ASDA George, they have a few super cute and affordable mugs including the Pumpkin Cappucino Mug for £3, and if you’re a tea drinker, definitely check out the adorable Orange Halloween Pumpkin Teapot for £8 which would be perfect for hosting an autumnal tea and cakes afternoon with your nearest and dearest. 

If you’re after that classic pumpkin-shaped mug, then Dunelm is the place for you. They have a Pumpkin Mug for £3.50 which is available in both cream and orange that you are sure to love. 

For some traditional autumnal mugs, take a look at the Acorn Mug with Lid for £10 from Next, which can double up as a soup container too, or the classy Pumpkin Patterned Mug for £8 which features a really beautiful autumnal design. 

Finally, for those looking for something a little more spooky, the Pink Ghost Mug for £5.99 from Tk Maxx is a pretty option. Additionally, from Amazon, the Witches Brew Cauldron Mug for £7.95 is quirky, unique, and fit for whatever kind of concoction you’ll be drinking this autumn.

Pumpkin Spiced Lattes

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If you can’t get enough of a classic Starbucks pumpkin spiced latte and want to get your daily dose from the comfort of your own home, then make sure you check out the following bits and pieces. At Etsy, they have a Pumpkin Spice Latte Mix for £12.98, and for those who prefer their PSL iced, they’ve got a Pumpkin Spice Iced Coffee Kit for £12.99 so you don’t miss out either. Make sure you give your drink that finishing touch with this adorable Autumn Coffee Stencil Set for £9.  

Alternatively, if you’d like to have some fun and make your own pumpkin-spiced lattes from scratch, then we’ve got you covered. Starbucks has released their Official Pumpkin Spiced Latte Recipe, so grab some friends or family members, and get making. 

Bake some Sweet Treats

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We all know the best pairing is a warm drink and a sweet treat - even better when they’re infused with the taste of autumn. That’s why we’ve added a few recipes for you to check out if you’re interested. 

If you’re looking to save some money on baking books, then Jane’s Patisserie website is a fabulous place to look for some baking inspiration. As well as plenty of baking classics, she also has an abundance of autumn bakes that we’ve listed below for you to take a look at.

Layla Al-Ani
Home & Garden Writer

I’m Layla, the home and garden editor, and I started working at MyVoucherCodes in November 2022. I have always loved to write, especially after getting my degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, and since getting my own place, I’ve gotten stuck into all things home and garden.

When I’m not writing about saving money on homely purchases, I’m either sitting with my head in a new book, painting a piece of art for my walls, or binge-watching an interior design programme on Netflix. I love to get inspiration and transform my space, usually with the help of a few Pinterest boards and a couple of tins of paint.