How To Decorate Your Home For Fall

Sandra

Fall is here and this marks the beginning of the holidays in our home. So today I’m sharing my tips on how to decorate your home for fall. I usually start with Halloween in the girls room no matter what 😉. It’s tradition at this point! The rest of the house transitions to cozy textures, warm tones and all of the comfy feels. Here are a few simple ways you can start making your home feel like fall today:

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Bring Outdoor Elements Indoors

Embrace each season by adding outdoor colors into your home. Use warm and seasonal greenery as inspiration. Add texture and layers with pillows and throw blankets to give a comfy feel. Sometimes it’s the little changes that make a big difference in a space. Here are some of my current favorites to warm up a warm up a space:

Tip: Use core items for multiple seasons. This makes it easy to build on through the years and change the overall look without having to start over each year.

How To Decorate for Fall Decor
Fall 2020

Use Frames

Frames can go a long way to change the vibe in a room. During the holiday’s, I love switching to warm tones, holiday themed, and even fun personalized artwork in our home. Tip: Buy frames to match your decor when they are on sale — this way you can buy multiples and rotate them.

Add Ambiance with Candles and Lighting

I use candles and lighting quite a bit during fall. The vibe in a room can completely change and make it feel cozy and warm with a few other pieces. I’ve linked some of my favorites below but you can find them anywhere like; Target, Walmart, and Amazon — they all have cute options. I go for warm white and battery operated. This way I can move them around and hide the cords.

Use Artwork and Prints

You can completely change the vibe to a room by adding prints to the mix. This is a great option for the holidays. Digital prints usually run between $1.50 and up, depending on the style and vibe you are going for. But, you can also find free options. Get access to my growing free library [HERE].

Play with your style, don’t be afraid to rotate the artwork and keep it simple. Prints are a great start if you don’t know what you want to do with a space or maybe you aren’t ready to commit. Shop my prints [HERE]

Add Functional Storage Solutions

There’s something about baskets for me ! This is such a great way to add visual elements that are pleasing to the eye without making a space look messy or cluttered. It helps hide toys, remotes and many other items that you need to have on hand but out of site. These are some of my favorites:

The idea is to buy items you love and that you can build on. Also, try to have fun with it! I hope you found my tips helpful. Let me know some of your tips to decorate for the holidays down below.

xo,

Sandra

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