Fall is underway, and it’s around this time many people start thinking about their interior and how they can make it more welcoming. If this sounds like you, you’ve come to the right place! Below, you’ll find numerous tips that can help you to create a more welcoming interior this fall. Take a look and you’ll be able to spruce up your place in no time:
1. Don’t Shy Away From Rust
Rust the color, not actual rust! Of course, if anything is rusty within your home then it’s probably a good idea to get rid of it. However, color-wise, you should use it around the home to give that perfect fall feel. Reds, oranges, and rusts are all perfect colors for this time of year. You may want to add them in the form of cushions and other things that can easily be swapped out!
2. Bring Your Plants Inside
Bringing your plants inside to protect them can also mean purifying the air, providing you know how to care for them properly. You may not be able to do this with every plant, but there are still some wonderful plants and flowers that look incredible this time of year.
3. Get The Fire Started
How can you create a welcoming fall interior without a fire? It’s unheard of! If you haven’t got one, it could be time to look at installing an electric fire. They may not be the real deal, but they are far easier to look after and cost a lot less, too.
4. Make It Smell Incredible
A welcoming fall home should smell amazing. You could invest in some soy wax cinnamon candles, as well as other smells that remind you of fall. Essential oils could also make a great choice at this time of year, because of the wonderfully calming atmosphere they create. Then, if you’re planning on baking bread or cookies, you want to make the most of it and let it waft through the whole house!
5. Don’t Neglect Your Curb Appeal
Your curb appeal is important at this time of year too. For example, make sure your entry doors are clean and inviting. You could also add a new welcome matt. Keep your garden looking tidy, too. The outside of your home doesn’t have to look perfect, but remember, it’ll still give off a first impression.
6. Embrace A Mix Of Textures
Add throws, cushions, blankets, rugs, and other items to create plenty of texture. Texture is key to creating that cosy feel.
7. Bring In A New Lamp
Himalayan salt lamps are said to have health benefits, and they create a gorgeous warm glow in any room.
8. Use Seasonal Produce As An Accessory
Display apples in bowls on the dining table, arrange pears in glass jars, and show off anything else you’ve picked up as part of your seasonal haul. You could even use pantry items inside of glass containers, such as peas or corn. This will bring a contrast in textures.