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How to Decorate Your Home for the Fall
September 6, 2019

Can you smell it in the air? Crisp leaves, steaming cider, fresh baked cookies—fall is almost here! Don’t let the season slip away before you have the chance to make your home into a welcoming autumn haven. Here are some design tips from the pros to help you out (don’t worry, they’re really easy)!

Can you smell it in the air? Crisp leaves, steaming cider, fresh baked cookies—fall is almost here! Don’t let the season slip away before you have the chance to make your home into a welcoming autumn haven. Here are some design tips from the pros to help you out (don’t worry, they’re really easy)!

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Let Nature In

Let Nature In

If there’s one thing that all autumn décor has in common, it’s the incorporation of natural colors and even nature itself. Pumpkins, gourds, and fiery leaves find their way into kitchens, living rooms, and offices, allowing rich colors of the harvest dominate.

If there’s one thing that all autumn décor has in common, it’s the incorporation of natural colors and even nature itself. Pumpkins, gourds, and fiery leaves find their way into kitchens, living rooms, and offices, allowing rich colors of the harvest dominate.

Reds, oranges, and yellows interspersed with forest greens and earthy browns will evoke the feeling of the fall, even if you decide not to decorate your home with produce and yard clippings!

Reds, oranges, and yellows interspersed with forest greens and earthy browns will evoke the feeling of the fall, even if you decide not to decorate your home with produce and yard clippings!

Photo Courtesy Of: www.idreamofhomemaking.com

Photo Courtesy Of: www.idreamofhomemaking.com

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Fireplace, Front and Center

Autumn is a time for gathering around the fire, so if you have a fireplace at home, make it the showcase of your decorations. Even if it isn’t functional, stack some decorative wood around it and fill the mantle with natural elements. Hanging an autumn wreath above the hearth is an easy way to tie the room together and draw attention to the fireplace.

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Fireplace, Front and Center

Autumn is a time for gathering around the fire, so if you have a fireplace at home, make it the showcase of your decorations. Even if it isn’t functional, stack some decorative wood around it and fill the mantle with natural elements. Hanging an autumn wreath above the hearth is an easy way to tie the room together and draw attention to the fireplace.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.coffeeandpine.com

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A Welcoming Table

Say goodbye to those summer salads! When the fall comes, it’s time to indulge. Your table is going to be a lively place this season, so make sure your guests feel welcome with a delectable centerpiece of squash, berries, nuts, and wildflowers.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.coffeeandpine.com

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A Welcoming Table

Say goodbye to those summer salads! When the fall comes, it’s time to indulge. Your table is going to be a lively place this season, so make sure your guests feel welcome with a delectable centerpiece of squash, berries, nuts, and wildflowers.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.joyfullygrowingblog.com

Photo Courtesy Of: www.joyfullygrowingblog.com

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04.

Don’t Neglect the Porch

Don’t Neglect the Porch

Turn your porch into a front-row seat to the changing seasons and falling leaves. Add a few wicker rocking chairs and keep some scratchy wool blankets close by. Put some pumpkins on the path or steps to your house or hang some spooky Halloween decorations to make your stoop the envy of the neighborhood.

Turn your porch into a front-row seat to the changing seasons and falling leaves. Add a few wicker rocking chairs and keep some scratchy wool blankets close by. Put some pumpkins on the path or steps to your house or hang some spooky Halloween decorations to make your stoop the envy of the neighborhood.

Photo Courtesy Of: www.blog.lilyandval.com

Photo Courtesy Of: www.blog.lilyandval.com

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05.

Add Warming Aromas

Add Warming Aromas

Rich smells and spices dominate autumn. Whether it’s zesty cinnamon and apple, the musty smell of running through a corn maze, or a plump turkey in the oven, nothing makes us feel more at home than these familiar scents. To keep your home full of the aromas of autumn, buy some scented candles that smell like forest fruits, cinnamon, nutmeg, or pumpkin pie.

Rich smells and spices dominate autumn. Whether it’s zesty cinnamon and apple, the musty smell of running through a corn maze, or a plump turkey in the oven, nothing makes us feel more at home than these familiar scents. To keep your home full of the aromas of autumn, buy some scented candles that smell like forest fruits, cinnamon, nutmeg, or pumpkin pie..

Everyone loves the fall, but part of our love is being captivated by the colors, tastes, and smells of the season. Use these tips to decorate your home for the fall and make your house a welcoming place for family and friends.

Everyone loves the fall, but part of our love is being captivated by the colors, tastes, and smells of the season. Use these tips to decorate your home for the fall and make your house a welcoming place for family and friends.