Decorating your Home for the Fall Season
Say goodbye to summer and say hello to the season of football games, bonfires, sweaters, & pumpkin spice lattes.
It's time to take down summer decor, and make your house feel warm and cozy for the cooler weather. Check out these simple and fun ways to add seasonal flare to your home.
Add a warm woodsy charm with firewood
The Laurie Zokoe Team is a lover of HGTV (specifically Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper). As she would say, "Firewood isn't just functional, it's also decorative."
Warm Things Up
Give your living spaces a fall feel by replacing summer accents with fall accents. Pillows, throw blankets, and other little decorations. Get ready to cozy up and sit by the fire!
Paint your Pumpkins
The new trend that is becoming popular is painting your pumpkins instead of carving them. Not only is this a fun idea to do with the kids, but it's an easy and cheap way to decorate your house as well!
Spruce up your Front Door and/or Porch
Adding some fall color and decor on your porch will create a welcoming feeling to your home. You can use pumpkins, straw, cornstalks, mums, etc. Make it your own space!
Create a Fall Centerpiece
Fall is one of our teams favorite seasons because...the weather cools down, and our need for comfort food, family time, and sitting around the dining room table grows! Creating a fall themed centerpiece for you table will add a sense of comfort, relaxation, and it will simply make your home have that, "Fall Feel."
Bring the Outdoors in
Keep enjoying the fresh outdoors in cooler weather by bringing fall colors into your home. One way to do this is fill vases with acorns, leaves, flowers and more. You can place them throughout your home to add a simple touch.
Mums are the perfect flower for Fall! Place them on your porch, in your yard, etc. This will add beautiful color to your home.
Adding Fall touches to your home will create the perfect the perfect fall feel, and it will keep your home updated for the season. One important thing to remember while decorating is that you don't want to go overboard. Simple touches here and there are perfect! Have fun with it, make things your own, and if you get lost along the way... you always have Pinterest to lean on!