Fall is perhaps the most beautiful time of the year. The world seems to be filled with color and texture, the skies are sometimes bright, and there’s change to be spotted every day. From green, leaves are turning to red, orange, and yellow before falling from the trees and lining the sidewalks. There are acorns, conkers, and pinecones to be spotted. It’s a time of change, and with Halloween and Christmas on the horizon, it’s a time of excitement. Fall is when we start to enjoy getting cozy at home, surrounding ourselves with home comforts and family. After the excitement of summer outdoors, it’s nice to come back in and embrace our homes and the reassurance that they bring us.
One of the best ways to do this is to fill our homes with fall touches, to bring all that beauty indoors, and to indulge in the season entirely. Here’s a look at some of the best ways to welcome fall into your home.
Introduce Fall Shades
When we think of fall, the colors are often among the first things that come to mind. You might picture all the colors of nature. The reds, yellows, and oranges of the leaves. Perhaps even browns, greys, and greens. Bringing these tones into your home is the easiest way to create a more autumnal vibe.
Use Kohls promo codes to buy some accessories, such as picture frames, vases, and artwork in fall shades, and scatter them around your home.
Add Lots of Texture
Perhaps the best way to bring in more fall colors while creating a cozier atmosphere is with soft furnishings. Add more texture with heavy curtains, thick blankets, throws, cushions, thick pile rugs, and soft bed linen.
Create more depth by layering and mixing fabrics. Add velvet cushions to a leather sofa or a satin table runner on top of cotton cloth. Add layers with overlapping rugs and piles of blankets on unused chairs.
Bring the Outdoors in
Bringing natural elements like pumpkins, wheat, corn, corn husks, pinecones, berries, dried blooms, fall leaves, and acorns into your home is a great way to embrace fall in your décor.
If you are crafty, you might want to paint pumpkins, create natural wreaths with leaves, berries, and blooms, or fill vases with carefully arranged dried blooms, leaves, and wheat. If not, simply filling large bowls with pinecones or acorns and displaying plain pumpkins on shelves can look great.
Adding natural fibers to your décor with woven baskets and plant pots can also work well.
Create Smaller Spaces
In the summer, large, open spaces are appealing. They are cooler and less claustrophobic. In colder months, these feel empty and chilled. Creating smaller spaces by adding larger pieces of furniture and pulling things like your sofa away from walls can help your home feel warmer and more comfortable.
Fall is a time to get comfy at home. So, add a few touches to create a cozier space that helps you get into the mood for all of the magic and joy this season can bring.