Jul 17, 2017

Transitioning your home from summer to fall- add new pops of color and décor

Just as your wardrobe will change as you transition from summer to fall, the décor in your home also needs to change. The change you choose to make in your home does not have to be much. It does not have to be expensive either; it just needs to be simple enough to add a pop and color to your home. There are simple tips you can use to welcome the cooler weather into your home.

Add throw in pillows
Have you even thought of just how much simple change throw in pillows changes your décor? If you haven’t, you need to try them out. The best part is that they allow you to maintain the central theme colors of your home while adding bursts of color. If your coach is white, you might want to consider a red throw in a pillow. For this to happen, you need to ensure that the base colors in your home allow this seasonal changes that make your home look and feel warmer.

Add soft whites

When thinking about remodeling your home, ensure that you have added softer colors. With colors that are neutral in your home, you are more likely to have an easier time transitioning from one season to the next. Soft whites are great neutrals to add to your home. They allow you to add dull colors or brighter colors during the fall without worrying that you will be mismatching everything. If your decor has many colors, you may choose to add soft whites strategically in your home during the fall. They will brighten up your home even more and make it look cozy and warm.

Layer textures

A great way to blend the fall feeling into your home is to keep layering textures. Layering is great because you can change the look easily by adding or removing certain things to ensure that your home gets the look you want. For instance, adding a blanket at the foot of the bed creates a warm feeling into a room. You will notice the huge difference made especially if the blanket is heavy and brightly colored. This simple step brings the warm fall feeling without costing too much or requiring a lot of effort.

Add some natural elements

Natural elements are the best way to replicate the fall felling into your home. You can therefore decorate with pumpkins, apples, leaves or branches. The best part about adding natural elements into your home is that most of them can be freely accessed and those that have to be bought are not expensive. To unify space, you can use tan or white colors. For instance, you can place white pumpkins on top and underneath your coffee table to create a perfect fall experience without necessarily having to use the bright orange colors associated with pumpkins.

Switch out fabrics

Changing the fabrics in your home is a great way to embrace the fall. You can therefore switch from cotton to velvets and knits. You may also choose to go for softer materials for pillow covers. Include throw blankets in your bed and add some rugs. These will warm up the room instantly. They will make you want to get cozy in the bed after a long day at work or when it is too cold outside. They also add a welcoming feeling to your home. The fall is a great time to keep decorating. Even your baby’s room does not have to be boring. You can make that baby mattress colorful by adding a beautiful mattress cover and a rug underneath the bed.


One thing about the fall is that the nights are shorter. You may recreate parts of the summer by adding candles to your décor. Put candles in Mason jars and on trays to create simple but effective masterpieces. You may also choose to go all out and select you favorite scented candles. They will create a perfect scent for your home while making it look lively and warmer. If you are living with your spouse, such décor can also be used to create the perfect romantic night where you can just enjoy each other’s company.

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