Start With Oranges, Yellows And Light Browns
A quick walk through your local neighborhood will offer a good sense of the color palette that you should be using in your décor makeover. In much of the country, trees will be turning a variety of yellows, oranges and golds as the leaves change and begin to fall. These colors make for a warm palette and are ideal for use in the living room, dining room and other areas where you might host guests.
Of course, you do not need to run out and change the wallpaper. Simply look to add color touches in areas that it makes sense. For example, you can get a couple of new sets of towels for the bathroom that match up with the colors you picked. In the dining room, look to replace your tablecloth and placemats with an autumn theme.
Add Leaves And Natural Décor Items
Autumn is one of the more "natural" feeling seasons and this should be incorporated into your décor. Look to add leaves, acorns, pine cones and other natural elements that make sense for the area of the country that you live in.
Note that you don't need to head out and gather up these items for your home. A quick trip to the local craft shop and you will be able to find everything that you need.
Pumpkin Spice Candles For An Autumn Scent
Finally, no décor makeover is complete without adding a little seasonal fragrance. Nothing smells more like autumn than a subtle pumpkin spice. Scented candles are an excellent way to add a scent to a room without being overpowering. They are also an excellent centerpiece for tables and can be used for mood lighting as well.
These are just a few of the many ways that you can add a sense of autumn warmth to your home. And if your home just isn't "autumn" enough, give our team a call. We are happy to share some fantastic local real estate opportunities.