4 Simple Ways to Bring Fall Into Your Home
As soon as school starts, and the Minnesota State Fair ends Minnesotans know that summer is ending. Most folks immediately grab their pumpkin spice latte. This season it actually stayed fairly warm for most of the month, so a sudden season switch can have its disadvantages – we see you sweating in that wool scarf! Is there a better way to transition from summer to fall? Aside from reminding everyone to dress for the weather, we’ve got four simple tips to help you slowly bring fall into your home. Check ‘em out below and get ready for a cool and comfortable autumn.
Moving away from bright hues to more rich, earthy colors helps to create a fall feeling and a sense of coziness. Now we aren’t encouraging you to go as far as painting your walls, but instead to try using your accent pieces such as throw pillows, a picture or a wreath.
Another easy way you can add that fall feeling to your home is through the use of cozy accessories. Time to bring out your throws, plush pillows, and candles! Autumn scents (think cinnamon and clove), rich colors (like we mentioned above), and inviting textures and patterns will all contribute to the theme and mood of your space. Don’t forget adding some rich fall colored items to your bathrooms, scented candles and some new towels are a great touch!
Bringing natural elements indoors is always a great way to put some fun seasonal flare in your space, but when it comes to slowly transitioning into fall weather subtlety is key. Skip the pumpkins and myriad of tiny gourds (save them for November) and try more for more neutral naturals, like sunflowers, orange roses, and selenium.
The best way to bring fall into your home is to get organized and put away your summer accessories. Anything you didn’t use this last year- TOSS or donate.
Use cute baskets and organizers to keep school stuff, clutter and jacket litter to a minimum.
Hope you implement these ideas for a simple fall makeover that works!