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  • Writer's pictureReneeta Vigueras

How to Transition Your Home Into Fall

Transitioning your home into fall can create a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. Here are our three top ways to achieve that:

No. 1 - Add Warmth to Your Color Palette


Swap out bright summery colors for warmer, earthy tones. Moody browns, rich greens, deep oranges and reds... even creamy beiges are the colors we love introducing into our home’s decor to help transition it into the fall.


Incorporate these colors into your

decor through throw pillows, blankets, rugs, and wall art. While you don’t need to re-haul all of your built-in decor, incorporating a few pieces can make all the difference.


Add artwork that reflects autumnal moments or refreshed, seasonal greenery. Use dried flowers in vases or wreaths. Consider adding cozy textiles like flannel or fleece to your seating and bedding for added warmth and comfort.


No. 2 - Seasonal Scents and Lighting

Use scented candles or essential oil diffusers with fragrances like cinnamon, apple, pumpkin spice, or cedarwood. These scents can instantly evoke the feeling of fall. Update your lighting to create a warm and inviting ambiance.


Swap out bright, cool-toned bulbs for soft, warm-toned ones. You can also use string lights, lanterns, or candle sconces to add a cozy glow to your space.


No.3 - Create Cozy and Functional Spaces


Incorporate cozy elements into your living spaces. Layer soft throws and pillows on your sofas and chairs, making them perfect for snuggling up with a good book or a warm drink.

Create a fall-inspired nook or reading corner with a comfortable chair, a side table for your beverage of choice, and shelves filled with autumn-themed books or decorations. In the kitchen, swap out your tableware and linens for seasonal options. Consider using dishes with fall patterns or colors, and display fresh fruits and vegetables from the season as decor.


Remember, the key to transitioning your home into fall is to create an atmosphere that reflects the warmth, comfort, and beauty of the season. Small changes in decor, lighting, and scents can go a long way in achieving this cozy autumn feel.



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