3 Tips For Fall Decoration
Nov 16, 2018 // Interior Decoration //

Are you ready to transition your home for the fall? Autumn is a gorgeous time of the year, full with colour. This is certain. It is also the big beginning of the decorating season, since there isn’t really anything to decorate for over the summer. But how are you going to decorate? Stuck for ideas? The good news is we have compiled three key tips for fall decoration for you. Before you know it, you will have an amazing home read for the fall. Let’s go:

Think Warm Colours

One of the first things to consider is what colour or colours you want to make the focus of your fall decoration (or any decoration scheme, for that matter). We recommend taking a page from nature for the fall. IN the fall, leaves on trees turn to gorgeous shades of yellow, red, and orange. What do these colours have in common? They are all warm ones! These are the key colours for fall, so including them in your fall decoration plans is essential. After all, you have the same sort of idea for Christmas decorations (you most often see red and green as the features), so why not apply the same logic to fall?

Consider The Cozy

The weather outside starts to get cooler in the fall, but at the same time people think of cozy sweaters and scarves when the weather turns. So why not use the idea of cozy when it comes to your fall decoration? This might mean including things like thicker curtains, throw pillows, and blankets, and increasing features around a fireplace if you have one. You are only limited by your imagination—so let it run wild!

Start At The Front

When it comes to decorating your home for the fall, we highly recommend using the front door as your first point of decoration. It is, after all, the first point of entry into your home. Many people choose to put pumpkins here (you can even make some from wood if you don’t want the real thing), include welcome mates, an autumn wreath, et cetera. This helps show your decorating skill to anyone who passes by.

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