Fall is in the air, and if you are like a lot of Western North Carolina home owners, the urge to bring a little of the magic of fall indoors is almost irresistable. There are lots of ways to update your living space to reflect the splendor of Fall. It doesn’t take a lot of money or time to create a warm sense of home and hearth indoors.
When thinking about color, use hues and tones that mirror the vibrant splashes of colors you see during this season. Think about changing up your home décor with a new coat of paint or accessories to complement your current pallet. Consider using golds, chocolates and bronzes for a warmer feel, or work in jewel tones to add a sense of richness and luxury to your room. A new space rug or wall hanging can completely transform your room’s look.
Layering and texturing can also work to add warmth and comfort to a room. Try adding a new throw to your current chair, or textural pieces like suede pillows or cashmere blankets to a bed. Wall treatments like textured wallpaper can also add variety and a bit of a warm dimension to any room. If you have a fireplace, play up this focal point in a room to reflect the sights and sounds of the season. Add seasonal yet decorative touches to the mantle (pine cones, cinnamon brooms, etc.) to complete your look.
Fall comes to the kitchen too, so don’t forget to switch over your accessories to match! New towels, pot holders, window and table treatments, and other homey touches are easy things to add to increase the Autumnal feel of your home’s hub. Mini pumpkins, gourds and seasonal fruit and flowers also add to the ambience. When it comes to decorating for Fall, your only limitation is your imagination! Have fun!
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