As fall weather fully takes over across much of the country—it’s still nice and warm here in Jacksonville though—this is the perfect time to make a few changes around your home to offer a warm welcome this fall season.
If you’re looking to make some interior design changes this season, consider the following ideas to help make your home inviting and cozy this fall.
Use Your Mantle Space
Consider changing up your photos or décor on your mantle. Welcome the new season with rich fall colors of orange, yellow, dark reds, and classic neutrals. Change out art and add candles for a fresh start to the new season.
Invest in Supportive Furniture
Fall and winter mean you may spend more time indoors. For this reason, you’ll want to invest in new, comfortable sofas or recliners for a cozy and inviting living room. Stressless recliners or sofas help promote relaxation while supporting your body where you need it most.
Encourage rest and relaxation this fall with ergonomic furniture designed with you in mind.
Set the Mood with Candles and Lighting
As you settle in for longer nights, improve the atmosphere in your home with fall scented candles and lamps. Soft or simple lighting in a room offers a cozy vibe and fresh fall scents remind people of the change in seasons.
Decorate with Natural Accents
The most popular decor for fall is rich, natural woods and materials such as pinecones, leaves, and acorns.
Fill glass jars or vases with natural fall decorations and place them on your mantle, dining table, coffee table, or throughout your house.
Fill the Air with Fresh Baked Goods
If you enjoy baking, now is the time to make tasty fall treats and fill the air with delicious smells.
If baking isn’t your forte, make your house smell good by placing cinnamon sticks in a small pot of water on the stove. Bring to a boil and turn to low to release a lovely smell of cinnamon throughout your home.
Get ready for fall and winter with new furniture built to support your back and entire body. Feel the stress or tension melt away.