Well, it may not feel like it just yet, but it’s officially FALL! We are super excited around Georgiatown. We aren’t quite pulling out our sweaters just yet, but we are certainly getting our homes in the spirit! The following are some of G’s Favorite items to help transition your home decor into the new season.
Nate Berkus for Target Corded Tassel Throw Pillow ($17)
PHOTO: Nate Berkus
Textured Decorative Textiles
When it comes something we just can’t get enough of is layering our textile. Adding rich natural textures to your home is both beautiful and inviting. A simple and inexpensive way to do this adding some fun pillows and a cozy throw to your living room. One of our favorites is even on sale right now at Target!
PHOTO: Anum Tariq
Keeping with our natural aesthetic nothing quite says fall like a beautiful tablescape with simple, natural details. Remember G’s DIY Shed Antler Holder? Well, it is certainly gracing our tablescapes this fall and is a great to accent a cozy nook. You can also achieve this by simply adding some little pumpkins or gourds and some fresh fall blooms to your coffee table or entry.
PHOTO: Séverine Piller
Fresh Wall Art
There’s nothing like a fresh change in wall art to really breath a new life into any room. We are loving these fall inspired DIYs from Apartment Therapy and Design Love Fest. These are simple and super resourceful – and make quite a beautiful statement!
PHOTO: Chris Loves Julia
A Little Bit of Decorative Curb Appeal
You cannot think of fall and not think of the outdoors, it’s the perfect time to freshen up your curb appeal with simple touches. Changing up your doormat, adding a seasonal wreath or mum and possibly a fresh coat of paint to your door are perfect inexpensive ways to get festive.
P.F. Candle Black Fig ( $18 )
It just isn’t the fall without all its fragrant scents. From pumpkin spice to cinnamon cider a fall scented, or my personal favorite, black fig, candle quickly gets you in the spirit!
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As an interior designer, I’m often asked about little changes to warm up a home. All your tips were in line with the suggestions I make; consider sensory triggers. Change bulbs to warm whites, switch out throw pillows, and grab candles. Living in a HIGH RISE, in a large city, I don’t have a fireplace, so I grabbed some threshold brand candles at target, in the “leather and embers” scent. I love them! I lay out extra throws, put up some twinkly lights, and keep trader joe’s snacks in the freezer to warm up if friends drop by for a glass of wine. I want everything cozy and effortless. Right now spotify is playing the “Less is more” playlist, which I like because autumn is all about letting go of all things that don’t sustain you, right?
Such wonderful tips Sallie Ann! Thank you so much for sharing them. I hope you’ll keep sharing with us here, we’d even love to have you write for us if you’re interested.