Most of us enjoy using our creativity to add a few new accessories to our homes as the season shifts. You don’t have to go overboard and blow your budget — a few well-placed accessories can change the whole look and feel.
Fall is my favorite season, and a great time to bring in warm, rich colors. It is best to accessorize your living spaces with items that are comforting, cozy, and homey in the autumn. Here are 4 great low-budget decor ideas for the fall!
A wreath is a great way to welcome the season. It is such a simple way to welcome guests and set the tone for a new season. This beautiful grains wreath (shown above) by Terrain showcases textured grains, harvested in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The wreath has a 20-inch diameter and includes China and spray millets, bearded green wheat, natural blonde wheat flax, and avena red broom corn facing natural broom corn.
I love drinking hot chocolate when the weather gets chilly. Nothing is more comforting than drinking your favorite warm beverage in a mug that you adore. If you need new mugs or just want a lift, now is a great time to look. You will find the best selection this time of year.
I suggest the Iittala Taika mugs. Displaying Finnish folk art, these mugs are adorned with whimsical scenes and magical creatures. They are fun but still maintain a classic yet contemporary style.
We all relate certain scents to specific seasons, and every season has its own aroma. To completely envelop your home in an autumn aura, burn this pumpkin candle by Linnea’s Lights. It offers over 60 hours of illumination, and will give your home the fall spirit even when there isn’t a pie baking in the oven… though it will certainly smell like there is.
Deep, rich wood can easily be incorporated into almost any design, especially in the fall
Changing out your photo frames is an easy way to add wood to your living space and give the room a warmer, cozier feeling. I like the distressed Siena frames from Pottery Barn because the dark vintage finish gives them an antique look, and the details of the frames add a lot of style.