As these summer days get shorter and shorter, we are all thinking about how we can begin to transition our home’s decor for Fall. Here are a few things you can do to help ease this transition.
Add Light Wherever you Can
Adding as much light as possible to your home is a great thing to do when transitioning your home for the coming fall and winter months. With the days getting shorter, our homes become darker much earlier and can create a negative atmosphere in your home and may even cause some to loose motivation quickly. Add floor or table lamps to help combat the lack of light.
Change out your Summery Flowers for Plants of the Season
Something that can always make our homes feel brighter and more homey is the addition of flowers and plants, real or faux, in our decor. One common mistake people can make is using the wrong types of flowers and greenery for which ever season they are in. If you currently have a lot of summery plants around the house, think about swapping them for some fall appropriate options. These photos show some great options including hydrangeas, succulents, and an arrangement of fall blooming flowers.
Add Layers for Warmth in your Home
It can be costly to change up your decor for every season. A fantastic alternative is just adding a few layers here and there to make your home feel a bit more cozy for the coming months. There are a number of ways to accomplish this. Layering area rugs, adding throw blankets, and choosing thicker fabrics are all great options for your home without having to undergo a major redo.