A cornucopia of product picks inspired by our favorite fall flavors.
Pumpkin Spice Tea; $12.50
The Republic of Tea, Larkspur
Add a splash of milk to this black tea spiked with pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves to capture the essence of freshly baked autumnal treats in a mug.
Heath Ceramics, Sausalito
Serve (and easily store) hearty fall feasts in functional yet stylish covered serving dishes in Heath Ceramics’ earthy redwood glaze.
Anthropologie, Corte Madera
Chilly nights call for cozy lights, like this hand-poured candle scented with buttery pumpkin, orange zest, vanilla and cinnamon.
Pink Owl Coffee, San Rafael, Petaluma
Come fall, we can’t get enough of Pink Owl’s tempting latte flavored with pumpkin syrup and a hint of pumpkin pie “dust.” Try it with oat milk for a dairy-free option that’s just as delicious.
Cos Bar, Larkspur
Fragranced with wild pumpkin, spicy masala chai, cardamom, ginger and cinnamon, this liquid soap is infused with nourishing natural plant extracts and antioxidants.
Morrow Cruz Throw Pillow; $170
Prevalent Projects, Mill Valley
Woven on a pit loom in India by master weavers, this hand-woven and Fair Trade-certified tawny-hued throw pillow adds a rich, modern touch to any space.
Pumpkin Torte 3″; $5.25
Flour Chylde, Novato
The gluten-free bakery makes its beloved pumpkin baked treats year-round, including individually sized frosted tortes, a 12-pack of minis, a 6-inch cake and an unfrosted loaf.
Custom Enzyme Boost; from $185
International Orange, Larkspur
Pamper your skin with this complexion-brightening treatment featuring a customized blend of pumpkin, pineapple and papaya enzymes.
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Lotus Abrams has covered everything from beauty to business to tech in her editorial career, but it might be writing about her native Bay Area that inspires her most. She lives with her husband and two daughters in the San Francisco Peninsula, where they enjoy spending time outdoors at the area’s many open spaces protected and preserved by her favorite local nonprofit, the Peninsula Open Space Trust.