Now that the summer is officially over, it is time to prepare your home for the holiday season. Personally, it is my favorite time of the year since it is filled with joy and love. During autumn, give your home the new look which will reflect the tones of the season. A golden color, a few decorating ornaments and a lot of carved pumpkins are what defines the holiday season. Here are several tips to help you decorate your home for the fall season.
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Start with the display items
Fall is the golden season, which is why you should consider displaying items in similar tones. By simply adding a few items in that tone, the mood of the entire household can change. Go for something that is not too obvious yet does the job. We are talking about oil paintings, lots of brown and red colors, as well as gold and dark green. Decorate your doors or porch, and work your way towards the living room. You will realize how it slowly changes the entire setting of your home, slowing things down and preparing you for the cold winter. Sometimes, display ornaments are all you need.
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Work the yard
If you have a long yard, there will be a lot of golden leaves flying around. As you should clean your home, ensure that your yard is also neat and taken care of. Be creative – use the leaves and create decorations you can attach to your porch or the front doors. You can also decorate trees and windows, and add a bit of that seasonal magic to your home. Clean up the entire yard and collect as many golden leaves as you can, but use only the ones you need for decorations. Buy and place a few lanterns here and there for that romantic touch. Enjoy long conversations with your loved ones as the sun sets on the horizon.
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Decorate your fireplace
This is definitely something you have to do. Use dried leaves and pine cones to decorate your interior. Additional décor, such as pumpkins and gourds are a big plus. Place the décor on the fireplace, make it radiate with golden colors. Lighten up the entire home and raise your spirits up high. Soon, the fireplace will serve its full purpose, since the winter is just around the corner.
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Use decorative lights
The Christmas hype starts sooner than you would expect. Visit your local store and purchase decorating lights, and let your house sparkle. For starters, you could get those in golden and yellow hues, to resemble the true spirit of fall. They are a good replacement for lanterns and candles, and can do the job just the same. As for the interior, set your imagination free and do as your heart desires. Whether you decorate the entire house with lights or just the living room is totally up to you. Get many different types, both large and small ones, and light up the mood with the thought of the upcoming holidays.
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Customize the kitchen
You thought we would skip the kitchen? Think again. This is the place where everyone gathers for a nice family meal, enjoying the good wine and moments spent together. Start by placing a few carved pumpkins around. Change the table cover into something more fall-appropriate, and aim for orange, golden or yellowish colors. If you want to take it to the next level, get some new plates with carvings on them showing forests, leaves and Mother Nature. By making these small changes, you really set up the mood for the upcoming festive season. A little preparation for an early celebration never hurt anyone.
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Change the curtains
Drapery and curtains have to be changed in order to complete the setup. From fresh and ravishing summer colors to something more fall inspired. Switch from lighter fabrics to heavy ones to hold more air in the room, as well as keep the room warm. If you match the drapes with your interior colors, you will completely set the mood. All that is left is to finally enjoy it.
Bring the warmth in your home and utilize these tips for maximum efficiency. Enjoy the festive season and prepare for love and celebrations.
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