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Seasonal Decorating: Fall Bedroom Ideas

October 10, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Fall has arrived, which means it’s time to warm up your home with autumn-inspired décor. When it comes to creating fall-ready bedrooms, consider these simple and affordable ideas sure to add warmth and style to any bedroom in your home.

Incorporate fall colors: Your bedroom is the place where you unwind and get some much needed rest. Why not add some fall fun? An easy way to transition from summer to fall is to bring fall colors into the bedroom. An autumn-inspired palette includes warm hues of mustard yellow, dark orange, chocolate brown, and deep red. You can also use purple, cranberry, hunter green, beige, and grey. Whether it is a deep red vase or modern bedding featuring shades of cranberry and mustard, adding autumn-inspired hues into the bedroom is sure to put you into the mood of the season and enhance your bedroom décor.

Add the extra layers: Getting your home ready for fall doesn’t have to take up a lot of your time or money. In fact, sometimes it’s as simple as looking into your linen closet for a few items you stored away during the warm summer months.

Fall is all about staying warm and toasty, which means it’s time to bring out the additional layers: soft throw blankets, plush pillows, and warm bedding are just a few ways you can bring warmth into the bedroom. Add a thick throw blanket to the foot of the bed or on a chair for easy access. Additional layers can also be added to your windows. Exchange thin, light, and airy window treatments for thicker materials or add an extra layer for warmth. Finally, don’t forget to add some layers underneath your feet. A new rug is a great way to warm up the room.

Change the bedding: Chances are the bedding you used during the warm summer months was light and airy. It’s time for a change! Exchange cool bedding comforters for warmer, thicker blankets. While down comforters are ideal for both summer and fall seasons, you can make your down comforter fall-ready by slipping on a duvet that features dark hues or autumn-inspired motifs. It’s also time to change your sheets. Put away satin and cotton sheets and bring out the warm flannel sheets. You can also warm up the room by adding extra pillows to the bed or throwing a few plush pillows on an accent chair.

Seasonal decorating is a fun and easy way to enhance your home and get into the season’s festivities.
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