Fall is coming, and I for one am excited! I live for cozy sweatshirts, bonfires, leaf piles, and hot cider. Another great aspect of seasons, is changing your interior to fit. Fall mean layers and you can use elements to add layers to your home to prepare for the colder months! Check out my checklist below on tips for layering with texture and colors.
- Add blankets// Blankets are so nice to wrap up in, in the cold months, but they can also be an easy decorating tool. If you have darker colors in a room, buy a cream knit throw to drape over the furniture. If you aim for the white linen feel, find a deeper hue blanket to add some color and warmth in your room for the cold season.
2. Thick Rugs// Now everyone knows I love rugs, but in the summer they can add too much carpeting and heat when you want things to be cool. Now that it’s cooling down, look for some fuzzy rugs that feel good on your feet! My personal favorite is the natural sheepskin rugs, and you can find them at one of my fave’s, IKEA!
3. Textile wall art (aka macrame wall hangings)// For the boho hippie in all of us these macrame wall hangings are easy DIY projects and add a thick, full, colorful element to the wall. I love seeing more dimension on walls other than photos or art. These wall hangings add a free spirit to the room and can be made in so many different patterns and colors.