Something routinary like the changing of seasons becomes a welcome breather when infused with fresh decorating ideas. Instead of visiting an apple farm or going on a sight-seeing road trip, setting up your home’s fall decorations can be the most practical and safest way. With COVID still around, now can be the best time for you to tap into your DIY creativity. Personalizing your home’s fall decorations may reboot your senses and even make you feel good. To help you with it, here are three practical tips to spice up your home this fall.
Summer may not be over yet, so why not mix some summer hues with fall colors by going for burnt orange, golden yellow, and some green shades for a color theme. Gather some twigs, dried leaves, or flowers from your yard, and arrange them in old mason jars. Display these by your home’s entry or on your front porch. Aren’t these fall decorations fuss-free? You might want to personalize your fall decorations by opting to DIY paint your door into a burnt orange or cheerful orange shade, just like House Beautiful’s featured front door.
These DIY mason jar candle holders by Spark and Chemistry turns dried or artificial leaves into eye-catching embellishments when lit by natural glow. It sets the tone for a relaxed rustic fall season vibe.
Fix your dining room’s spotlight on your fruits by arranging them in a tray or basket lined with some floral sheets. Bringing in the harvesting experience that you look forward to when you visit apple farms during the fall season can be uplifting. Spicing up your fruits at home by turning them into a table centerpiece keeps the fall season’s spirit fresh. It may also encourage your family members to grab a bite of fruit for a healthy snack.
Don’t you love how this fruit table centerpiece idea from Country Living entices your senses?
This table centerpiece set-up by Julie Blanner is both elegant and rustic.
Cinnamon barks sprayed with cinnamon essential oils can enhance your home’s fall decorations. This rustic theme also envelopes your home with the essential oil scent of cinnamon that has antiviral and antibacterial properties. Here’s how Pam of Where Your Treasure Is prepares their home’s cinnamon barks for their home’s fall decorations. Looks gorgeous and healthy. What do you think?
Your resourcefulness and creativity can turn your fall season experience into an enriching and even recharging experience. Cozy up inside your home and savor the fall season with your family through simple and practical fall decorating ideas. What available resources do you have on-hand? Let’s work your way to personalized fall decorations for your home. HOUZERZ is excited to hear from you.