Easy Ways to Cozy Up Your Home for Fall
Fall is upon us! As the weather turns cooler and the days grow darker, now is a great time to think about how to keep the temperature and mood in your Colorado home cozy. As such, you might want to get a jump start on prepping your living space for the cold winter ahead.
If you are looking for inspiration to start decorating your home for fall, look no further. Check out these simple decorating ideas and use them to transition your home décor for fall.
Keep your home warm and fuzzy
With the chill of autumn in the air, now is the best time to switch out lighter fabrics for heavier ones. Hang heavier curtains and drapery before the cold winter creeps up on us. Add seasonal style and functionality to your living space by laying throw blankets across your furnishings and go all out on the throw pillows. Complete the look by employing cozy patterns such as tweed, herringbone and plaid.
Bring fall to the exterior of your home
Why should your indoor space have all the fun? Take it outside as well. One of the best ways to say “Hello fall!” is to hang a beautiful autumn wreath at your front door. This is super easy to make and is sure to add glitz and glam to your front door.
Bring the aromas of fall into your home
It’s not autumn without the apple, cinnamon and pumpkin scents. What better way to bring the aromas of fall into your Colorado home than to make some fall goodies like caramel apples, ginger cookies, and pumpkin spice lattes.
Candles are also a great way to make your home smell amazing. Spread some scented candles throughout your home and light them up in the evening. Your Colorado home will be filled with wonderful aroma in no time. Its warm glow and subtle scent can also help alleviate stress and anxiety.
Dress the floor with area rugs
Cold air creeps in through gaps in doors and windows. When it does, it settles on the floor. Fend off icy toes by placing area rugs strategically in high traffic areas. Large, thick are rugs will create a soft, warm barrier between the cold, hard floor and your feet. Plus, an area rug with vibrant colors can cheer up your living space.