Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Fall Decorating Tips

With the return of cooler temperatures, there’s no better time to feather your nest. These home decor ideas make it easy to bring a dash of “cozy” to your home for Fall.


First impressions matter. Add a Fall wreath to your front door to set the tone for what awaits inside, or go all out and paint your door with a Fall-inspired hue.


Add some texture to your home d├ęcor by bringing a touch of nature indoors. Branches, acorns and pumpkins are all fun ways to display a little Fall texture.

Vintage quilts

Layer your bed (and keep your toes warm) with extra blankets and quilts. Flea markets are a great place to pick up quilts that will add a vintage touch to your bedroom.

Chunky knits

Take a cue from the runway and deck out your home with chunky knits. Pillows and throw blankets are an easy (and super cozy) way to add a touch of Fall.

Faux fur

Add a little luxury to your home this season with a sumptuous faux fur throw, pouf or rug. The more the better.


Pull out the plaid and add some highland flair. Choose a traditional tartan or go for a modern update on plaid, with new color combinations or plaids that play with scale.

Reading nook

Designate an area of your home as a reading (or napping) nook, and stack it up with plenty of pillows, blankets, books and reading lights. Want to go the extra mile? Set up a nearby tea station complete with electric tea kettle and a selection of teas.


You may have a fireplace, but do you use it? Stock a basket with firewood, treat yourself to a set of extra-long fireplace matches, and get that blaze going.


Metallics add drama and warmth to a home. Treat yourself to a metallic lamp, mirror or picture frame – or better yet, go ahead and get all three!

Seasonal rugs

Pull some seasonal color into your home with updated rugs in the entry, hallway or living area. Try Ikea or Target for high style at a low price.


Scatter an assortment of candles around your home and enjoy a cozy evening in with flickering candlelight.