After a long and indulgent summer, you suddenly find that the leaves are falling from the trees, and Halloween decorations are popping up in stores.
With the change of seasons comes a new set of challenges for homeowners, but there is no need to panic!
Decorating Your Home for Autumn
Just like every other season, autumn is filled with opportunities for home decorating while also being a great time to use your creativity while blending in existing pieces with newer pieces.
Switch Out Your Photos
In the days of smartphones, everyone is a photographer, but how often do you print your photos?
If you don’t print them very often, you may not realize that there are now all sorts of ways to print pictures, from canvases to photo books and even these gorgeous crystal photo ornaments available from crystalimpressions.com!
Print your photos this year and make sure to swap them out with the seasons, or you could keep summer’s memory alive on the wall for a little bit longer!
Make Room for Cozy Clothes
Think about the clothing you wear in autumn.
If your style is more on the warm side, think about getting rid of all that spring/summer wear from the entranceway and try to incorporate more clothes that are perfect for fall, like sweatshirts, big boots, and warm scarves!
Bring the Outside in
The return of pumpkin-flavored beverages, cooler weather, and leaves! Lots of leaves.
Leaves can be used in a creative way by adding them to wreaths or other art pieces throughout your house. Depending on your décor, gather up leaves in different shades to add some color to your home.
Alternatively, if your home is more on the darker side, you could use faux leaves to give the same effect.
Hang a Mirror
You can never have too many mirrors around your home.
Mirrors are a great way to make a space look bigger and help reflect light into dark corners.
There are so many varieties of mirrors and they come in so many different shapes and sizes, you can really find one to fit any space!
For autumn, why not switch out to warm-colored mirrors like gold and deep red?
Decorating for Halloween?
Halloween is a fun experience for everyone at every age, but kids really get into it.
Looking for an easy way to decorate your home for Halloween? Try using pumpkins around the home or around the front door! You can even use these pumpkins in your Halloween pictures.
Festive pumpkins are a great decoration for every season, but every year it seems like they get more fantastical!
Stock Up on Candles
Candles are a great way to bring life into a room, but these days there are all sorts of candles that have scents that are just too delightful to leave the rest of the year.
As the weather begins to change, try using candles with more autumnal scents.
There are many varieties of candles available in stores, but you can also make your own! Just use wax or oil to pour your scent into a candle holder or jar with a wick.