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    Warm Up Your Home This Fall With These Simple Ideas

    The seasons are changing, and so should your home decor! Decorating for the colder months can mean anywhere from incorporating new colors, to changing textiles, or even bringing the outdoors in. So pull out your fall decor, your holiday cookbooks, and get ready to fall into the season with these useful tips.

     

    Consider adding in pops of color for a new look to your home.

    Bring in the colors of fall with deep colors, rich reds, or soft greens. If you’re willing to go bold, try painting an accent wall in your kitchen or living room! Not so eager to paint, bring in large pieces of artwork to set off a blank wall or bring attention to an accent piece of furniture. Fall colors can fit in perfectly with a neutral design, and bring some cozy ambience to your home.

     

    Bring your outdoor plants in

    Keep your garden going indoors by bringing some of the outdoors in. Houseplants are always easy and appealing decor- Requiring little maintenance and doubling as a breath of fresh air.
    If you enjoy all of the cooking around the holidays, consider installing a small indoor garden on your window sill or on a shelf near a window to keep your supply of herbs going. You can keep up your garden of basil, mint, and thyme, without having to worry about the cold weather hurting their growth.

     

    Weave in new and inviting textiles

    With the weather changing, it’s the perfect time to pull out your cozy blankets, shag rugs, and comfy pillows. The Fall season loves the texture of a good throw, so don’t be afraid to get out your Grandma’s hand knit blanket out and show it off! Guests will appreciate the soft touches when they come in from the brisk Autumn air.

     

     

    With just a few small additions, you can really embrace the feel of the season and add a festive touch to your home.

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