Spruce Up the Front Door
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Adding cornstalks and bales of hay give a rustic feel to your front entrance. Enhance the look with a fall bouquet on the front door to brighten up the entire porch. Save some money and use silk flowers, they will last longer and are weather resistant.
Get Cozy Outdoors
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Take advantage of the crisp weather while you can and enjoy your outdoor space. Whether you have a large backyard or a small balcony, you can use decorative pillows and cozy blankets on your patio furniture to warm things up. Sip on hot cider and cozy up by the fire.
Put A New Spin on the Classic Pumpkin
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No offence to the classic, spooky jack-o-lantern but painting your pumpkins is all the rage this year. Whether it’s white, black or doused in sparkles, anything but orange is the way to go.
Pile on the Pillows
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You can never have too many throw pillows. Replace the pillows on your couch with fall themed, accent pillows. These small additions to your home give your space a pop of seasonal fun.
Dress Up Your Mantel
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We decorate our mantels for Christmas, why not do it for fall? Add small gourds and fall themed knick-knacks to your mantel this October. Pick a colour scheme or mismatch metallics to liven up your fireplace.
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Fall themed signs are a natural and simple solution for fall décor. When choosing your signs, look for colours and themes that will flow organically within your space.
Add a Scent
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Fall scents are some of the most comforting smells around. To get that warm and fuzzy fall feeling in your home, try boiling orange peels, cinnamon sticks and cloves in a large pot of water. Leave it on simmer all day long and your home will smell like delicious spiced cider.
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