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  • Price: Starting at $13.50 Perhaps the classiest take on pumpkin decor is this Recycled Glass Pumpkin Cloche from Pottery Barn. This sustainable item is made from blown recycled glass, which makes every piece unique. It’s available in four sizes to fit in any space and is a cool way to display a candle.

  • Price: $59 An easy way to add some fall flair to your home is with a table runner. This one from Pottery Barn boasts classic harvest shades that will look good on your dining table, kitchen counter, or dresser. It can be dressed up with other seasonal decor items such as plants, napkins, candles, and […]

  • Price: $26.99 If you’re a fan of the pumpkin patch, then you’ll love this aesthetically pleasing easel back. This decorative plaque displays a cute pumpkin patch truck. It can be placed on any flat surface, or even hung on the wall.

  • Price: $21.24 Don’t forget about your bathroom when decorating. While these mason jar bathroom accessories would look great all year round, its rustic and minimalistic style will look especially great in the fall. This four-piece set from Amazon comes with a soap dispenser, toothbrush holder, and two apothecary jars. As an Amazon Associate I earn […]

  • Price: $63 Keep warm during the cooler fall months with these Mohair Plaid Pom Pom throw blankets from Pottery Barn. It’s sold in a green, white and grey color combination and woven of 100 percent acrylic. This seasonal plaid will keep you cozy and look great on your couch, bed, or lounge chair.

  • Price: $46.99 Serve up your homemade soups or stews in style with this Turkey shaped tureen. It’s elegantly designed with white glaze and will look good on the dinner table while you eat, or even sitting on the countertops in the kitchen when it’s not being used. It’s made of stoneware and dishwasher safe.

  • Price: Starting at $35.50 This item from Pottery Barn is a comfy and modern way to use pumpkins as decor. Made with teddy bear-style fabric and a twine stem, these pillows will add subtle style to your couch and are available in three colors.

  • Price: $22.99 Add some ambient lighting into your home with these rustic wall sconces sold by Amazon. These battery operated lights will bring a shabby-chic look to any room and can be easily hung up wherever you want. The mason jar sconce and wooden base is sure to bring a cozy and warm feel that’s […]

  • Price: $75 This small pumpkin truck sold by Wayfair is a fun addition to your decor. It’s hand painted red with a few removable pumpkins loaded in the back, as well as a cute sticker placed on the doors. It stands 9.25 inches tall, weighs six pounds, and can be used either in or outdoors.

  • Price: $49.50 Bring pumpkins to the dinner table with these classic looking salad plates. This artisan-inspired set uses images taken from an original watercolor with seasonal colors that make sense for fall. The set of four has different designs on each plate and is made of glazed ironstone.

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    Price: $17.99 Set the mood inside your home with a moon lamp. This 3D moon sits on a wooden pedestal and can change colors using a remote. With 16 colors to choose from, you can brighten your day with this realistic looking moon in any room. Set it to orange for thanksgiving dinner, red for […]

  • Price: Starting at $129 Make your home look welcoming for fall by hanging a leafy wreath to your door or windows. This weath from Pottery Barn is designed with mini gourds, pumpkins, and berries mixed alongside seasonal florals. It can even be seen at night thanks to the lights embedded into the item.

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    Release: 1994 Most Final Fantasys get their fair share of praise and criticism. However, none are as universally acclaimed as Final Fantasy VI. From its opening moments, FFVI grabs your attention with its beautiful music, expressive sprites, and gripping narrative. As you dive further into this 16-bit masterpiece, you’ll find an enthralling cast of heroes […]

  • Release: 1997 In the same way that you can’t understate Final Fantasy IV’s importance to the series, you can’t downplay how Final Fantasy VII launched the franchise — and JRPGs as a whole — into the mainstream. Despite time not being kind to certain parts of the game — namely the graphics — many still […]

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    Release: 1991 You can’t understate the importance of Final Fantasy IV to the franchise as a whole. Its epic character-driven story set the stage for the more complex narratives of future entries. The active-time battle (ATB) system added an element of danger to turn-based battles as players nervously waited for a character’s bar to fill. […]

  • Release: 2000 As the last entry for the original PlayStation, Final Fantasy IX feels like the culmination of the series leading up to that point. IX blends the medieval fantasy of the early games with the advances in character development and gameplay from the latter titles. The result is a game that pays tribute to […]

  • Release: 1992 (JPN), 1999 (NA) You may have noticed that the first handful of mainline Final Fantasy games follow a pattern. Odd-numbered entries focus on mechanics, while even-numbered titles go all-in on the story. Following this pattern, Final Fantasy V spends all its energy refining the job system to near perfection. The most ingenious addition […]

  • Release: 2006 Back in 2006, Final Fantasy XII’s melding of MMORPG game mechanics with a single-player experience was divisive at best. However, as these systems became more commonplace in RPGs, people have grown to love the game’s bold direction. XII’s biggest change came in the form of the Gambit system. Since you could no longer […]

  • Release: 2001 Let’s get this out of the way first. From the voice acting to lip-syncing, Final Fantasy X’s English dub is laughably bad. In some cases — Yuna and Tidus’ laughing scene — it’s so bad that you’ll be embarrassed to be playing it. X makes up for its failings in presentation with a […]

  • Release: 2010 Arguably, there is no video game redemption story that compares to Final Fantasy XIV. Upon release in 2010, XIV was an embarrassment. Plagued with bugs, uninspired gameplay, and horrible design, fans were in disbelief. It was a big blow to the series, especially after the disappointment of XIII. However, utter disaster was only […]