Fall is finally here! Time for cozy nights, football, warm drinks and fireside chats. The easiest way to help get in the fall mindset is to update your home accordingly! Pumpkins, leaves, red, orange, yellow, natural elements and plaid fabrics all symbolize autumn and will dress up your home perfectly for the season. Here are some suggestions to help you design and decorate!
A centerpiece at the table that friends and family gather at. Painted pumpkins, leaves, hydrangeas and burlap are just a few simple pieces that you can use to make a focus display. Try placing your items on a serving tray, that way you can pick it up and move it when you need more room.What embodies fall more than a rocking chair? Add a plaid blanket and some pumpkins and all you’re missing is a pumpkin spice latte!
Make a fall first impression with a fun door wreath! Use natural items such as wood, moss, leaves or flowers. Have fun being creative!Not only do fall pieces evoke the feeling of fall, but even fall colors can help! Deep reds, oranges, yellows, browns, whites and more will help ready your home for the autumnal season.
Something about vintage details really brings out a sense of thankfulness. Milk jugs, milk crates, ceramic bowls, old rustic kitchen wear or mason jars can really enhance your space.Pumpkins aren’t just for carving! Try adding foliage with ModPodge, painting them, or using them as a vase. The pumpkin just might be your most versatile décor piece.
Double duty décor just may be our favorite yet! Blankets and pillows should abound for fall décor! Not only do they make your rooms feel cozy but they are there to take the chill off of a cold night.An easy way to bring simple elegance is to create height with branches in vases. Try a few different sized branches and vases to create and eye-popping look!
Remember to make fall décor your own. Blues, greens, purples and other pops of color can be added intermittently to give your audience a visual break. Height and contrast of textures will also help your décor pop! Have fun and Happy Fall!