SIX TIPS FOR THE SEASON
Make use of natural elements, such as wood or leaves, or even items generally found outside, such as metal tools, to bring an element of the outdoors in.
Soften natural and outdoor elements with plush decor, pillows and blankets. Look for traditional fall colors or traditionally hard objects turned soft (like a stuffed pumpkin pillow).
Use classic woven baskets to hold pumpkins, gourds, flowers and wood, or get creative— almost anything can be turned into a vessel, and the more unusual the combination, the stronger the conversation piece.
Think about moving chairs, sofas and beds—even temporarily—closer to windows for a front-row view of the changing season. Don’t forget to pile on extra pillows and a colorful quilt.
Frame windows in fall beauty. Twist faux bittersweet vines around your curtain panels as natural tiebacks, or hang colorful fall leaves from ribbons in front of your windowpanes.
Don’t forget the power of fragrance! Fall has a distinct scent, conjuring cozy images of autumns past. Light a scented candle, simmer a spicy mix, or bake something yummy for the complete seasonal feel.