Monday, 16 September 2013

Fall Decorating and Home Design Tips

It's official, the 2013 fall season is less than a week away (September 23 in case you were wondering). Rather than allowing it to blow right by, you should use this time to give your home a "festive" makeover. The fall season is known for its brilliantly colored leaves. By using some of these colors and styles inside your home, you'll create a fun and festive atmosphere.

What Are Fall Colors?


Your ultimate goal when decorating a fall-themed home is to focus on colors commonly found in leaves at this time of year. So, what are some of the most common colors of fall leaves? As you can see in the image pictured above, red, orange, yellow, brown and purple are all excellent choices. If you need a little inspiration, you can always walk outside to see some plant life firsthand. A short stroll through the woods or a nearby garden is sure to spark some home decorating ideas involving the use of fall colors.

Should I Repaint My Home?


The good news is that you really don't have to repaint rooms inside your home to achieve a fall-themed decor. You can certainly jump into a large, time-consuming painting project if you want to completely change the decor of your home, but it isn't necessary to create a festive fall look in your home. Check out some of the tips below for tips and ideas on how to incorporate fall colors into your home decor.

How To Add Fall Colors To Your Home


One idea for incorporating more fall colors into your home is to change the curtains. Assuming you already have a curtain rod installed over the windows, you should be able to easily change them out. Look for some new curtains featuring a festive fall color. This alone will have a huge impact on the overall decor of your home.

In addition to adding new curtains, you can also make small changes to the decorative accessories in your home. For instance, you could add new throw pillows featuring fall colors or even fall floral patterns. Another option is to add a fall-colored area rug to the center of your living room.

The truth is that these are just a few of the countless number of ways to create a fall-themed home decor. Play around with your furniture arrangements, accessories and color schemes to see what works and what doesn't. You can even add authentic fall leaves to places like the dining table centerpiece and fireplace mantle for a true touch of fall.

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