As the morning breeze starts to chill and the leaves begin to change color, we all get into sweater weather mood and want our homes to reflect that. Decorating for the fall can mean toeing the line between tasteful décor and a fall hayride-themed living room. Grab your PSL, and let’s talk fall home decorations!
Buy candles in autumn colors and scents. Orange, burgundy, and brown candles are a great way to bring the autumnal spirit into your home. They can be used as table centerpieces or individual candles scattered around the house to give it that warm glow that reminds you of hot cider by the fire.
A crackling wick candle is, in many ways, the best candle. These candles evoke not only your sense of smell, but they introduce sound as well. If you’re looking to spruce up your autumn decor with cozy lighting that soothes, then these candles are what you need! They’ll add rustic charm to any room while keeping things classy.
Minimalism Is Key
Anothertip for decorating your home tastefully this fall is to use less. Try to use few things to make a big impact. Keep your décor simple and clean by using natural materials like wood and stone, and pick one or two colors to create a theme. You can use the same color throughout your home, but change it up using different textures or materials.
Add Throw Blankets
Throw blankets are the perfect way to add color and texture to a room without committing to a large piece of furniture. They can go in the living room, bedroom, or even the home office to quickly shift from season to season.
These essential items come in many different sizes, materials, and patterns, so you will easily find what works best for your space and helps decorate your home tastefully for the fall.
Pumpkins Are Best Used Outside
What says fall more than pumpkin? Other than your PSL (pumpkin spice latte), these gourds are best displayed on the porch or garden to create an inviting atmosphere that brings warmth and comfort to all who enter your home during this festive season.
If you purchase your pumpkins at the perfect time, they can sit outdoors for a while and then transform into jack-o-lanterns later in October. When you bring in your pumpkins for carving, consider completing fall home maintenance at the same time to keep up a routine.
Use a Wreath for Your Front Door
No matter the season, wreaths are versatile and easy ways to add some color and warmth to your home. YouTube channels are full of DIY wreath projects, and Etsy is full of artists waiting to customize whatever you can dream of. Adding fall décor to your doorway adds curb appeal and seasonal festivity.
Fall Is Best of All
It’s important to keep an eye on the size of things to make sure your rooms don’t feel too cluttered. Keep it simple; choose one theme and stick with it. When purchasing items, look for durable things you can reuse annually. Happy decorating!