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Fall In Love with Autumn's Home Decor Trends
1. Lets get started with the first impression, exterior dcor.
Wreath Remix: A perfect way to welcome fall is with a charming wreath.
You can create something beautiful for next to nothing.
Use an old picture frame and secure fall foliage or decorative ribbon with a
dab of hot glue. Use foliage from your yard or the park to embellish.
Potted Plants: The addition of flanked potted plants on either side of your
doorway makes for a stunning entryway.
You can't go wrong with fall mums. They are the perfect late-season
2. Seasonal Switch Outs: Transform your living space with pillows and accessories
that truly reflect the season.
Focus on the classics warm and rich hues like golden yellows, burnt orange
and velvety red.
Bring the outdoors in with mixed natural elements, like pinecones,
foliage, branches, burlap and cornhusks. This burlap table runner
with seasonal pumpkins as a centerpiece is the perfect example of
adding texture to a room
Group accessories and personal belongings in varying heights and
textures to create a picturesque vignette on a table of countertop.
Take advantage of early nightfall by lighting scented candles in fall
fragrances like hazelnut, cinnamon or pumpkin around the house.
3. Autumn DIY Projects: Create something special with Homes.coms easy
Effortless Vases and Candle Holders:
Take easy fall dcor additions, like candles sticks, flowers, branches and
dried wheat to the next level with elegant rustic vases and candleholders.
Best part is that you can make them yourself!
Take emptied wine bottles and remove all the labeling. Get creative
with fall inspired looks, like painting bottles in chic fall colors, bottles
wrapped in hemp cord or bottle decoupage with dried foliage.
Create big impact by displaying bottles in clusters
Upcycled Sweater Pillow:
Don't toss your favorite sweater because its gotten too small. Instead,
UPCYCLE--and give your seating area new life. Your new pillow will add a
warm touch to the couch, perfect for lounging during the cool fall nights.
This quick and inexpensive project comes together with the help of
simple needle and thread. All youll need is:
Old Sweater or one purchased from a local secondhand store
Thread and Needle
o Measure pillow form against the sweater and estimate where
the seams will be.
o Turn pillow inside out and use a ruler to draw the pillow on the
sweater, leaving an extra 1 1/2 to 2 inches on the ribbed edge.
o Pin both sides of the sweater along the markings. Sew three
sides of the sweater along the marked line. You will need the
ribbing to stay intact.
o Cut the three sides of the sweater leaving a 1/2 inch
allowance. Turn the sweater right side out and fill with the pillow
form. Sew buttons to the ribbed side of the pillow to close.
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