Fall season Decor Ideas
As a homeowner, you most likely enjoy resetting your home for every season, particularly the fall. At this time, there is so much to love – from the colors of the leaves changing and the cozy fall clothes to the cooler temperatures. And the feeling of change that fall brings, inspires the need to reorganize your home.
Before you start your fall decorations, first, choose the colors you're decorating with this fall. That way, you can build your decor around those colors for a very cohesive room- think cream whites, rich earthy tones like browns and oranges, muted greenery and much more.
1. Repaint your walls
The easiest way you can change the look of your home to befit a particular season and still, make it feel completely new is by repainting it.
Try a pop of color or go with a more neutral earth tone. And if you're in a rut, consider cream white walls.
2. Create a gallery wall
Creating a gallery wall is one of the best ways to finish a blank wall that makes your space look mundane. You can show off your paintings or photographs so people can admire them.
Vary the size of the frames to add a distinctive charm to your walls and bring about beauty in the diversity. Just make sure you opt for simple frames since sophisticated frames take attention away from the painting or photograph.
DIY Decor Hack:
Include Some Pressed Leaf Frames : The colors of leaves during the fall is absolutely loved. And you can behold this beauty in your home. How?
If you're looking to inject some modern Mid-century vibe into your home, consider bringing in some pressed leaf frames to your gallery wall instead of the normal pictures or photographs.
The simplicity for the leaves trapped in a clear glass frame add an instant charm to your indoor environment.
To make a pressed leaf frame, get two leaves or flowers of your choice and place them on two white sheets of paper. Place two other sheets of paper onto them and iron the plant on medium-high heat. Put a little pressure on it and don't move the iron. Instead, hold it down at the same spot for a few seconds.
Repeat the process until your plant is completely dry and flat. Once done, attach it to a clear glass frame.
And there you have your pressed-leaf frames!
3. Hang a wall mural
While repainting your walls is a great way to refresh your walls, you might not actually need to especially if your walls are clean and neutral.
And if you're thinking about wallpaper, consider wall murals. These wallpaper’s contemporary and customizable counterparts can be altered to fit your design needs and personalized to your taste. You even have the option to use your own artwork. And the best part is, you can be sure that your mural will fit your space, unlike wallpaper.
In this case, consider hanging a fall-inspired wall mural to create an accent wall. Also, to heighten the experience, use a blank canvas that is ready to be painted. Thus, you can paint the canvas as desired to reflect the fall atmosphere you want to create in your home.
I would love to paint on the canvas some rich earthy-toned flowers and leaves just to bring nature inside.
4. Statement Wall Art
A modern minimalist prefers downsizing the accessories to create a modern look. Thus, add a statement art that can make a dominant design statement in a room. It will also create a tranquil focal point and draw the eyes up and away from the more functional parts of the room.
Never underestimate the power of art, particularly, if oversized!
Neutral and earthy colors would be nice for your fall wall art. And to make it cozier and add more style, consider boho wall art like a chunky boho yarn art.
5. Add Practical shelving
The best way to decorate your home for fall whilst creating a practical storage solution is by installing shelves.
You can stack up the wooden crates in your storage room artistically and screw them in position after sanding them thoroughly and painting them as you please or DIY just a few wooden shelves if you can't get your carpenter to do the same.
As you incorporate shelving into your design, you’ll find that functionality and beauty can coexist. You can add greenery over here or arrange a stack of books neatly.
6. Add pattern and textural element
Adding patterns and texture brings in the coziness that's much needed during the fall.
And since we're decorating our walls, consider using fresh draperies and curtains to bring in sophistication to your room.
Be sure to consider the color of your throw pillows, cozy blankets, and rugs so you can match with the color of your curtains or draperies. By combining this rich texture with neutral or earthy tones, you get to add an upscale look to any room.
7. Install Some Hanging Basket Gardens on walls
Bringing nature inside always brings a space to life- much more in the fall when the colors are very cozy and inviting. Install hanging planters for your greenery and flowers to add a soft, elegant style to your walls.
Pick muted greenery like muted eucalyptus or orange and mustard florals which are perfect for early fall. You can also drop in a few pumpkins into your planter baskets to complete the whole vibe of fall.
Written by TapArt
We hope you found this guide helpful and picked up a couple of design tips you can implement immediately. Wish you good luck designing your home office and adapting to the new normal! Read More: Décor Wall Art Tips for Your Home Office | Canvas Art Prints
Art is the medium through which our souls connect, and because of this we recognize a part of ourselves in the art we buy. It’s in an artist’s expression that we find commonality, such as a world view, a shared emotion, or even a collective philosophy.