As the months get cooler and the colors of the trees begin to change, some homeowners may want to redecorate to get into the spirit of the new season, but have no idea where to start. The Daily Herald recommends several easy ways to signify the passing of summer.
According to the news source, one way to fill one's home with autumnal bliss is through the use of exotic scents. Smells such as cinnamon, apple cider or pumpkin spice can summon the feeling of fall and changing leaves, without overpowering the rest of the room.
A few distinctive items, such as a glass bowl with dried leaves or a pumpkin, can bring in the season in a subtle, sophisticated fashion.
"People are simplifying now and keeping it simple with fewer and more high-quality collectible pieces," interior designer Stephanie Holdaway told the news provider. "Focus those items in a few key areas for the most impact. Seasonal décor doesn't have to take over everything."
Homeowners may also want to focus on transforming the front entrance. Pieces of Amish outdoor furniture such as country wind chimes can add an ethereal, musical touch when moved by the quiet autumn breeze. Hanging these these beautiful decorations can put some sparkle on any door.
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