A couple of thoughts are pillows on sofas and chairs. Instead of getting all new pillows, recover the inserts -- use old sheets to make new covers for your sofa.
Use old vases as water or sangria jars and use big pieces of fruit as the stopper at the top. Use the cork from wine bottles as a placeholder for tables. Look for things to repurpose.
Vacumnn drapes and dust your blinds - it's amazing how much dirt and dust gets in there. Use olive oil on your furniture to polish it. Throw out old pillows, especially if you've had them for a few years because there's probably lots of dust mites and gross stuff in there. Also, get rid of scented candles - those candles usually have musty fall like scents. Change to the whites, ivories and creams.
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I would love to say that you should switch every season, but I don't think that's actually necessary. Buy pillow protectors and a mattress protector and look for wrinkle-resistant fabrics. Making sure you have washable items that are low-maintenance is key.
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