Fall is just around the corner, meaning the leaves will be changing and the weather will be cooling down. Every season has a distinct look and feel to it that is exciting to experience.
That’s why we love incorporating seasonal touches into our décor throughout the year. It makes each season more enjoyable because you get to experience its beauty even when you’re at home. It doesn’t take much to transition your home décor. Just a few changes can make a big difference.
Instead of jumping right in and turning your house into a pumpkin wonderland, it’s easier to slowly make changes throughout your home and build up until you reach peak fall time.
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One of the benefits of a neutral color palette is that it makes it easier to transition from one season to the next. Decorating in white, cream, and ivory provides the perfect backdrop for adding fall accents. If you don't have a neutral color scheme or prefer a little more color, simply decorate seasonally with neutral colors.
During the fall, it’s all about rich, warm scents. You can start subtly with fragrances that have a musky undertone, then as we get further into the season start bringing in more traditional scents like pumpkin and cinnamon. Candles create a wonderful fall glow, but you can also use incense or sprays.
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While summer is all about the sun shining bright, fall is about cozier, warmer lighting. If your home has a lot of natural light, you can dim it a bit with heavier curtains. Candles are a wonderful go-to for fall vibes, but if you can’t or don’t want to have them in your home for safety reasons, there are electric ones on the market that offer the same look and feel. It’s never too early to break out the Christmas lights, too, and wrap them around a tall (faux) house plant or drape them across a doorway, headboard, or bookshelf.
One of the best ways to incorporate decorative fall touches is to feature natural elements. Decorate with pinecones, apples, leaves, branches, acorns, pumpkins, and gourds. Natural elements bring in just the right amount of fall, and they're also easy on your wallet. If you want to keep your decor neutral, use a white or tan color scheme to unify a space. Fill a large bowl with miniature white pumpkins, sprigs of bittersweet, and other gathered finds to create a beautiful centerpiece that whispers but doesn't shout fall in shades of orange.
Table settings are a wonderful way to make your home feel more inviting and to add some extra style to the room. Update your place settings and centerpiece with some fall accents like the ones mentioned in vignettes. Just a few rustic touches and changes in colors will bring a sense of fall to your dining room, breakfast nook, or kitchen bar.
Your bedroom is another place where these fall-colored fabrics can be included. You want your bedroom to be a calm, relaxing environment where you can fall asleep in an instant. Warm-toned bedding can help with that.
Change your bedding to reflect fall colors and patterns. If your bedroom already has a pre-established color scheme due to your wall color or pieces of furniture, lean more towards neutral fall bedding such as brown and beige.
Transitioning your home decor from summer to fall doesn’t have to be difficult or stressful.
Making subtle changes throughout the end of the summer will allow you to have a full and festive harvest layout by mid-fall. Here are some key tips to keep in mind as you begin your fall transformation journey:
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