Cozy Up Your Home With These Fall Decor Tips
Crisp morning air and cool breezes are officially here, autumn has begun. Undeniably, one of the best things about this season is simply getting cozy up at home. Think freshly baked pies, warm apple cider, chunky sweaters, and crackling fires. You can take the atmosphere even further by putting fall decorations into play, transforming your space into a seasonal retreat.
An autumnal makeover doesn’t have to be expensive either. Here are a few of our favorite home decor tips to make sure you highlight all the beautiful things that fall has to offer.
- Decorate Your Front Door with a Fall Wreath or Corn Stalks
- Fall Centerpiece and Table Settings
- Burn Fall-Scented Candles
Smell ignites feelings and moments. Notes like pumpkin spice, vanilla, fig, pine clove, cinnamon, pomegranate, or cedar wood can add so much to the autumn ambiance at home.
To give your candles an extra glow, you can customize dip-dyed candles by emersing candles into a mixture of crayon shavings and melted candle wax.
- Use Vintage Tins as Vases
- Pile on Chunky Blankets and Pillows
The temperature drop calls for extra chunky blankets and pillows to ensure coziness. Combine various textures and embrace rich warm tones.
- Play With Patterns
- Fall Scarves for Your Pets
Don’t let your pets miss out on the fun! Bandanas and scarves in plaid or fall colors are a great way for them to get the extra warmth they need, and be photo ready.
- Bake Fall Foods and Spiced Cider
The fall experience is not complete without the food—from seasonal pies like apple, pumpkin, and pecan to roasting marshmallows beside open flames! Spiced cider and mulled wine are not only delicious, but they make your home smell amazing too.
- Add Pumpkins
- Host Outdoor Fall Gatherings
The best way to really make the most out of the quick slide into winter is to celebrate it with the people closest to you. Now that your home is decorated, it’s the perfect time to host a fall gathering! You can make the outdoor cozier by putting up string lights, having thick blankets and lots of throw pillows, and even pumpkin lanterns surrounding guests as they enjoy fall foods by a bonfire.
No matter what you do to celebrate the season, be sure to make the most of it because before you know it—winter will be here!