By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Fall Decor. At Tuesday, October 30th 2018, 06:42:49 AM.
Change your color without painting. Painting every season is crazy and a bit unrealistic for most people, but there is a way to add different colors to your rooms each season by adding color to the back of your bookcases through removable panels. If you have bookcases in your home you can add colorful panels to the back of the cases, behind the accessories and books. Simply cover a foam core board with paint or fabric and position it firmly against the inside back of your bookcase-instant color update.
Your mantle will highlight your room so you want to decorate it accordingly. Outline or trim your mantle in leaf garland that can be picked up at any home decorating store. You can accent the mantle with a few candles that are brown in color. You don't want to place too many decorations on the mantle or it will look too crowded. Keep it simple and remember to only accent it. You want the rest of your room to blend in together with the mantle. Place a natural flokati rug down in front of the fireplace, but far enough away that it won't catch on fire when you are burning your wood. The flokati rugs are beautiful ad ca match with almost any decor. You ca also buy colored flokati rugs that can blend I with your decor. These rugs are also made from different material as well.
The fall season is upon us, time to break out the sweaters and jeans and put away the summer clothes. Now is the time to be out at night around a nice fire with family and friends cooking up some sweet snacks or tasty treats. Summer has finally given up its hold and relinquished control to cooler days and crisp nights. As the season's change so will the items we use to make our homes ours. With home decor fall decorations you can add rich colors, fall blooms, wall art and new scents. The leaves this time of year are changing colors and you will see red, orange-red, reddish-brown, yellow, brown-yellow, golden bronze and scarlet red. Of course the colors you see will depend on what trees and bushes you have in the area you live.