Piles of pumpkins and gourds along with potted croton and mums give this cheery front porch, maximum curb appeal. adding vinyl house numbers to a tall pumpkin — for a similarly festive look for your home’s entry.
Warm Things Up
Give an open, soaring space (even a large one) make it snug, welcoming feel by swapping out pillows in lightweight summer fabrics, like linen and cotton, for luxe velvet ones in rich, fall shades. Add a few coordinating throws and get ready to cozy up and have drinks and conversation.
Add Woodsy Charm With Firewood
That’s right, firewood isn’t just functional, it’s also decorative. Be sure to remove any leaves or small twigs and give the cut branches a quick brush-off with a broom to eliminate any bugs or spiders before bringing the firewood indoors.
Add Fresh Flowers
Nothing brightens up your home for the season like vases filled with fall flowers. Sunflowers and alstromeria are great choices because they’ll remain beautiful for up to a week. The trick to keeping blooms fresh is to remove all leaves below the water line and change out the water every few days.
Put Memories on Display
With the imminent arrival of friends and family for the holidays, fall is the perfect time to root through boxes of old family photos, pop them in a frame and create a gallery wall so everyone can enjoy a sentimental stroll down memory lane.
Cozy Up the Outdoors
Make the most of fall’s crisp evenings by creating a small conversation area around a fire pit and add lots of pillows and throws to really boost the coziness factor. Keep a large basket handy so you can easily transport the linens indoors when inclement weather threatens.
Dress Up Any Space With a Wreath
An inexpensive wreath form, moss are all you need to create rustic fall wreath.
Bring the Outdoors In
For most of us, fall is the last hoorah before winter’s blustery weather truly sets in; enjoy a walk in the crisp air to gather clippings of flowering plants and colorful foliage. Fill small vases with your finds and place them throughout the house. If you’re expecting overnight visitors, don’t forget the guest room.
No Centerpiece Necessary
A few easy-to-create fall leaf streamers are all you need to decorate your Thanksgiving table. Best of all, skipping the centerpiece means there’s nothing at eye level to block your view of the other guests.
Turn an Empty Frame Into a Menu Board
With just a few supplies from the hardware and craft stores, you can upcycle an unused frame into an elegant chalkboard to display wherever holiday guests gather. Use your finished chalkboard to display a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner menu or just to jot down notes to family.
Tom Wolf is a Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Agent. Focused on Home Buyers, Sellers, and Real Estate Investments in the Fort Lauderdale area.
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