Are you looking for ways to spruce up your living room décor for the Fall season? I have some suggestions that won’t require you to buy new furniture, paint walls, or make any major changes. Just a few easy changes for a refreshing transformation.
Throws are great for many reasons. Not only do they keep you warm with the changing Fall temperatures, but they are also a great way to add a pop of color and texture to your room. Simply drape it over the back of your sofa until you are ready to use it.
2. Flowers and/or Plants:
Thankfully, there are lots of options when it comes to flowers and plants. Whether you choose real or faux, it’s a great way to bring the outside, indoors. Adding plants and flowers is a great way to revamp an ordinary room.
If you are a home décor lover, it is highly likely that you also love pillows. Some of us have amassed an entire pillow collection! Changing your pillows is one of the easiest, most impactful ways to update your décor. You can either swap out your pillow covers or simply add new, more seasonal pillows to your existing collection. In this photo, I added the Burnt Orange Velvet Square Decocrated Pillow to bring in the fall palette with existing sofa pillows.
4. Coffee Table Décor:
Where is the coffee table normally located? In front of your sofa and normally in the center of the room. So, it’s a great place to display seasonal décor and it’s also a great way to highlight your décor style. You can style your coffee table by using coffee table books, décor beads, candles, and seasonal décor, like pumpkins. The Decocrated gold candle holders perfectly accented the gold coffee table in this space.
5. Mix Your Decocrated pieces:
One of the most wonderful things about subscribing to the quarterly and annual Decocrated boxes is that your décor pieces can be mixed and matched. In the following photo, you can see how the wooden arch from the Decocrated 2021 Summer box paired nicely with the gold candle holder. The subscription boxes make it super easy to refresh your décor from season to season.
xoxo, Doris (Doris Roberts Interiors)