Is it crazy to start thinking about fall already?! The kids are starting to go back to school and before you know it, mornings will be crisp and evenings will come faster. If you re a fall lover, we know you re more than excited for all things pumpkin and flannel! Today on the blog, we re covering how to slowly transition your summer d cor to fall. It s so much easier when you get the ball rolling now!
Add Warmth to Your Space
While summer s heat hasn t faded yet, there s nothing wrong with dreaming of cooler temperatures. There s nothing better than cozy layers during those magical fall months. Why not take some of those layers in your home now? Adding flannel blankets, different textured pillows and table runners in your dining area can add warmth to your home.
Add fall smelling candles for even more warmth. Plus, the scent of pumpkin pie and firewood will have you excited for the coming season! Adding warm colors can help this too. Swap the summer yellows and blues for deep hues of orange or purple.
Place Elements of Nature
Whether they re real of faux, it s time to swap out the summer succulents for the fall harvest. Decorate nooks of your home with gourds, pumpkins or darker toned florals. Whether it s for holiday dinners or brunch with friends, adding leaves and raw wood elements to your table setting will surely wow your guests.
Remember Your Curb Appeal
Why does the inside of your home get to have all the fun? Nothing says fall like feeling at home. Make your guests feel that way the second they walk through your door. Wreaths are commonly used for every season, but there s nothing quite like a fall wreath. Decorate your wreath with fall florals, burlap, pinecones, or twigs. The options are endless!
Don t leave your porch in the dark! A gorgeous stack of hay bales, pumpkins, gourds and other fall d cor. Add a scarecrow or cornstalk for some vertical elements in your group.
What s your favorite part of fall? We love traditions at Willis Furniture & Bedding. Let us know what you love about the upcoming season!