Summer Vibes To Fall Comfort: How To Transition Your Style For Cooler Weather

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WORDS BY The Havenly Team

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Published on September 24, 2016

Ok, alright already, calm down! We get it: You’re still soaking up the golden rays while they last. We won’t dwell. But just hear us out. As the days shorten, we have a glorious fall to embrace. Rather than fret about the cooler weather, we hope you’ll look forward to the change as an opportunity to freshen up your space by preparing for those long, cozy nights of Fall.

Stylish Fall Decorating Ideas

Bring Out Warm, Cozy Colors

Cozy home colors for fall

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Fall invokes all things snuggly and cozy. Think Burnt orange, umber, cinnamon red, and cabaret. All color pops that are sure to transition your space from summer to fall. Pack away those bright, bold patterns, and switch them out for something a little more subdued but equally rich and appealing. Try a Plaid, something leather or a thick fabric for throw pillows.

Embrace Textures

Warm fall textures

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There is nothing better than curling up on the sofa with a thick, fuzzy blanket, and your favorite warm drink of choice. Textures are the perfect addition to your space to add in warmth and comfort. A snuggly blanket, a shag rug, pillows with thick wool or fur, are all great options in your fall space.

Select A Sofa Or Reading Chair To Curl Up In

Welcoming fall seating

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While this option is a bit more spendy, it’s still worth contemplating. A deep, rich sofa in a wine or burgundy velvet, or something a bit more neutral with a textured tweed or brushed look that is soft enough to sink into. A reading chair would also be a way to make a statement, add in the perfect arc lamp and fuzzy blanket, and you’ll be the envy of all of your friends with your nook.

Decorate With Pops Of Nature

This is the time to dress up your fireplace, use leaves and branches as a centerpiece, and really connect your space with the outdoors. A vase filled with branches or a wreath made from magnolia, changing leaves scattered along a table runner. Your home will be ready for fall in no time.

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These seasonal decorating ideas were carefully curated by Havenly designer Chelsea S., who loves designing Country Cottage, Rustic and Preppy spaces. If you like Chelsea’s style, book her today and get decorated!