Everyone’s favorite season is here! Changing nature, lots of colors and falling leaves… Cooler temperatures gonna make us want to spend more time at home. To make our living space cozy and inviting check these easy ways to bring the festive season into your home.
Bring out the cozy blankets and pillow covers! Use it everywhere in your home. Add a plush blanket and matching pillows in bedroom. Leave one next to your armchair to cover your legs while you read book. Whether it’s cable knit wool, faux fur, or buffalo check flannel, the heavy layers and texture will immediately cozy up any room.
Use Seasonal Greenery. You can easily decor your home with pumpkins, gourds, a bowl of Gala apples, bright yellow sunflowers. It brings the colors of the season into your home. If you are more into minimal interior and prefer to keep a neutral color palette use white pumpkins or buy porcelain pumpkin bowl to hide Halloween treats!
Light it up! Build up the fire to spread the warmth around the house. I know only few of us have a fireplace in our living rooms, but candles can be great alternative! To add great ambiance and mood lighting! light a few white unscented pillar candles!
Plug in extra lamps. When the days start getting shorter, remember to turn on lamps instead of going for the overhead lighting switch. Bright overhead lighting can absolutely ruin a beautiful room. Lamps tend to give off softer, warmer light that really warms up the room and makes it feel more intimate. So get creative and use different table lamps for side tables, ground lamps for reading corners and etc.
Cozy up your space and invite them to stay a while with warming and uplifting diffuser scent.
Incorporate a Fall Wreath. If you want to ease into fall gently and don’t want to do much redecorating, go for a simple fall wreath with natural elements. Acorns, leaves, mini pumpkins, and wheat are all wreath ideas that can span from late summer to late fall. Craft your way to a festive space with a DIY project or fake it with the store-bought version.
Lastly, consider swapping out summer dishware and drinkware for more fun, seasonal options. Think copper mugs, and harvest-colored table linens to liven up your kitchen table. Get ready for big family dinners with this easy set-up.