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It’s officially the first week of fall! Ah! The happiest times are among us guys! Our house is in full fall swing and I’m super happy about it! To celebrate this time of year, today I’m sharing 5 things that will instantly make your home feel a lot more like fall…even if it’s still 80 degrees outside. Shh, we can just pretend.
Switch out that eucalyptus and those white roses for some dried florals or more seasonal picks! You can keep it neutral with something like this bleached eucalyptus wreath we used, but don’t be afraid to incorporate brown tones too! Fall is the time to choose some moodier colors for your space!
opt for a plaid print or a muted earth tone to bring some autumn vibes to your living room! This windowpane pillow from Hackner Home is one of my favorite pieces this season!
3. Art Prints
The easiest but most effective way to transition your seasonal decor is by swapping out your art prints for something seasonally appropriate. That’s why we love Collection Prints so much! Their digital downloads make it so easy to keep fresh art on our walls! I’m loving their fall collection this year!
Our summers get really hot around here, so the cozy knit and wool blankets pretty much get swapped out for light linen and muslin blankets. When September rolls around and we’re looking to cozy up the room, we pull out our plaids and wools and knits, Suddenly it feels like the perfect place to curl up with a book! This blanket is a new addition to our house this year from the Studio Mcgee Target collection and i’m obsessed. It’s classic Ralph Lauren style and it’s so soft.
5. Warm Wood Tones
In the spring and summer, I like to use a lot of white washed woods for a light breezy vibe. When fall rolls around I try to incorporate warmer wood tones to make the space feel cozy and inviting. These wicker baskets do just that!