Decorating house for fall


Fall is nearly here! While the temperatures outside may still be warm, decorating your home for the fall is one way to bid adieu to summer. A few simple and tasteful decorations can be used to transform your home without crossing the line into kitschy. The following are just a few of our favorite tips for decorating your home for the fall this year.

  1. Create a pumpkin tableau on entry tables

A pumpkin tableau in the entry way is a great way to bring fall into your foyer. Arrange seasonal gourds and fall leaves of various colors, sizes, and textures on a small table. A tall, water-filled vase with a few leafy branches can be used to add height and create a focal point. Likewise, stacked, flat gourds under a glass cloche can add a touch of visual interest and whimsy.

  1. Add cozy throws to beds and sofas

Fall is the perfect season for cozying up with the ones we love. Make living spaces extra inviting by adding throws in rich textures and colors. Rich browns, deep greens, and eye-catching plaids can create a rich color pallet that invites friends and family to sit down and snuggle in with a warm blanket.

  1. Deck the door

Don’t wait until the Christmas season to deck out your door. Use large dried twigs and branches, wreaths made of wood slices and leaves, oversized lanterns, and unique gourds to add visual interest to the front of your home. Place a rocking chair on the front porch for an added homey touch.

  1. Don’t overdo the orange

Fall is known for its deep reds, yellows, and oranges, but try staying true to the season by creating a centerpiece of white pumpkins and dried hydrangea. Placing the centerpiece on a tray makes it portable and gives you the freedom to move it to different areas in the home as needed.

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