By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Fall Decor. At Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 06:26:20 AM.
There are many ways to incorporate these items in and out of our home. We can have candle holders in the house or on the patio for the scent's of fall. Try putting flowering plants in pots or planters on the patio or the side of walkways for adding color. You can also cut the flowers and bring them in the house and display them in vases for adding color and aroma to any room. Finding different color leaves and arranging them in a basket would look nice as a centerpiece on the dining room table. The best way to arrange the leaves would be by color and size like you do for flowers. Another idea for the basket would be to use different types, sizes and colors of gourds arranged in the basket with some leaves for accent. If you have fir trees nearby you may be able to find some pine cones to use in your ideas.
A wreath was once hard to get a hold of and when you did, they were expensive but today, you can make your own wreath using different material and make it for a fraction of the price. You can start gathering fall items around the stores or in your own back yard. Twigs, acorns, and different colored leaves are just a few of the many different items you can use in your wreath. You can make it out of straw and wrap a ribbon around it or you can use artificial flowers, like mums. These are absolutely beautiful during the fall season. They come in an array of colors ad look great in barrels, baskets, or wreaths.
Change where you sit and stand. If your upholstered furniture has slipcovers, consider changing those out for the season. Look out below and add an area rug, or change the ones you already have, and you instantly add warmth and update your seating areas. Warm up the kitchen without cooking. Don't forget the heart of most homes-the kitchen. Stews aren't the only thing that can warm up your kitchen on a chilly day, add new dishtowels, table cloths, table runners and even dishes, to give your fall cooking an instant update.