Embrace The Season With A Bounty of Colors That Only Fall Can Bring To Life
The shift from summer’s easy breezy style to the cozy, warm vibe of fall is distinct, and if you had to pinpoint one main element that makes the fall season so distinctive, it would have to be its glorious color palette —earthy rust, hearty pumpkin, gorgeous gold, stunning green. Here we offer up a few ideas on how to add fall to seasonal decor to your home this autumn.
In the Details
Take a look around and pinpoint where you can add fall decor. Have a table in your foyer? Add a pair of pheasants and a tall vase in one of the season’s vibrant hues. Hang an autumn wreath on the front door to welcome guests and pile pumpkins and harvest gourds along stairs and on front porch benches. Fun tip: use vinyl lettering to add your address numbers to a pumpkin on your front porch!
Fire It Up
Now that the weather is turning cooler, you can put your focus squarely on your fireplace and its mantel. Before you light that first roaring fire, be sure to have it cleaned and inspected. Once you’ve got the thumbs up that it’s ready for use, then start decorating too. Add a seasonal touch to the mantel with a garland of lit fall leaves, and pearlized pumpkin décor on the hearth.
Change Up the Florals
Shift your perspective from sunny summer blooms to autumn florals in the rich colors of the season. Change up your floor rugs in the kitchen, living room and bedrooms so that they reflect the beauty of this cooler season.
Room With a View
Refresh your windows with a new set of window coverings that complement the season in both pattern and color palette. Keep your sheers, but trade out curtain panels with something that feels right for now. Look to Mother Nature for inspiration: like feathers, birds or leaves.
Swap out summer’s flower arrangements with fall’s sunflower décor instead. This sunny harbinger of the season looks perfect when paired with foxtails in a graceful tall vase.
Add a unique touch to your dining area with table linens that celebrate this unique time of year. Rich colors and patterns that reflect the seasonal elements of falling leaves and bountiful harvest always look perfect at your dining table. Take it one step further and add a tablescape. Start with a table runner, then add seasonal elements, like small pumpkins and a scattering of colorful leaves. Finish with several tea lights.
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