10 Decorating Tips For Fall

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decorating tipsOne of the best things about living in the Midwest is the changing seasons. Despite being a prelude to winter, fall is still the favorite season for many, bringing cooler temperatures, beautiful foliage, and football. It’s also a great time to give your home a new look, both inside and out. Use these decorating tips for fall to embrace the colors and holidays of the season.

10 Fall Decorating Tips

  1. Install honeycomb shades – Your new look doesn’t have to just be for show, it can be functional as well. The cellular construction of honeycomb shades traps cold air trying to enter your home, keeping your room nice and toasty on cool, Indiana fall nights.

 

  1. Decorate your mantel – Your fireplace starts to take center stage in the fall, so it’s the perfect time to spruce it up. Decorate it with real pumpkins and gourds for a traditional look, or paint faux pumpkins to match the colors in your room for a more contemporary look.

 

  1. Use some new throw pillows – Bring the feeling of fall to your living room or family room by swapping out lightweight or pastel-colored throw pillows for some in heavier fabrics in darker hues. Soft afghans and blankets in earthy colors are great for snuggling under in the evenings.

 

  1. Add seat cushions – Remember those hard chairs in your dining room? Your holiday guests will be sitting on them soon, so update them with comfy autumn-colored cushions.

 

  1. Decorate with garland – Garland isn’t just for Christmas. Craft stores are full of beautiful fall garlands just waiting to be draped across your mantel or over your curtain rods or valances.

 

  1. Bring softness to your windows – Nothing warms up a room like fabric, and Roman shades are a perfect way to add some color and softness to your windows.

 

  1. Swap out your dishes – This sounds extravagant, but it doesn’t have to be. Watch discount stores for sales or visit yard sales for dishes and bowls in golds, reds, oranges, and browns. Then use this decorating tip for fall to bring that festive spirit to every meal.

 

  1. Make a scarecrow for your porch – Use an old pair of jeans, a long-sleeved shirt, a pair of shoes, and some newspaper or straw to make a life-size scarecrow for your front porch. Give him or her a pumpkin head and a hay bale to sit on.

 

  1. Replace your annuals with fall plants – Replace your mostly-dead pots of annuals with fall plants like mums and decorative kale to bring fall color to your porch or patio.

 

  1. Keep it simple, or go all out – Decorate for fall based on how much you like to decorate and how often you like to change your décor. If decorating isn’t your thing, use general fall decorations like pumpkins and scarecrows that are appropriate for the entire season.  If you like to change it up, start your fall décor with the aforementioned pumpkins and scarecrows in September, switch to skeletons, ghouls, and black cats for October, and finish with turkeys and cornucopias filled with fall leaves and gourds in November.

 

All of us at Quality Window Treatments in Northern Indiana hope these decorating tips for fall inspire you to add some fall festiveness to your home. We proudly serve Michiana, Granger, South Bend & Northern Indiana.

 

 

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