The harvest season reminds us that it’s time to slow down, bundle up and take sometime to nest and reinvest in family and friends. Opposite of the spring and summer seasons full of busy activities, travel and outdoor pursuits, the fall is about recouping and recovering. If you’re hoping to give your home a seasonal makeover that will leave you feeling calm and cozy, there are plenty of ideas to consider.
Here are five easy ways to revamp your home for the chillier days of fall:
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Focus on Foliage
Forget the flowers, fall is all about the foliage. From birch wood mantle pieces to leave garlands and tons of twigs and piles of pinecones, fall is the season to celebrate nature’s bounty. Find inexpensive tree trimmings on walks outdoors or faux foliage from local craft stores.
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Decorate the Dining Space
Nothing screams fall fun more so than a table filled with autumn accessories. From pumpkin scented candles to orange napkins and glittery gourds, this table is ready to deliver for a harvest happy hour.
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Light Up a Few Lanterns
There’s something eternally spooky about dark metal lanterns. Perfectly suited for setting an eerie mood, candle filled lanterns are ideal for creating a cozy but creepy ambiance.
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Nothing says fall like a big pile of pumpkins. Whether ceramic, glass or rattan, a group of these beloved winter squashes is a surefire decorative homerun in any fall-focused living room. White pumpkins are unexpected and especially chic and charming in a modern living space.
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Harvest happy homes deserve a little entryway excitement. A simple table with an inviting blanket basket and a few magazines puts even the crankiest houseguest into a state of seasonal arrest. Add a little fall flavor to any doorway table with a few autumn adornments like porcelain pumpkins, scarecrow stickers or a candy corn jar.
Guest Post by Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor