A cool breeze is blowing, the leaves are turning yellow and the apples are ripe. There’s a special feeling in the air around you that encourages you to make all kinds of dishes out of the wonderful fall vegetable, the pumpkin.
That means it’s time to hide the scented candles and fresheners. Autumn has arrived and you’ve felt it coming. And for many people, it’s the time when they get tired easily, and instead of doing something productive, spend time on Netflix, TonyBet, YouTube, or some other entertaining but meaningless platforms. Want to avoid this and keep motivated, regardless of the season? Here are a few tips to help fill your home with the warm atmosphere of this time of year.
This is probably the easiest way to fill a room with the scent of fall. The range of scents is limited only by your imagination. Options are pumpkin, apple, or any other scent associated in your mind with the coming season.
Fragrance Diffuser Sticks
Essential oils will do the job of creating an autumnal atmosphere quickly and easily. Long wood sticks can be purchased or sliced yourself and then enjoy the effect of a scented candle without the flame.
Candles in a Cinnamon Stick Ring
Wrapping a few candles with cinnamon sticks you can not only feel the wonderful warm aroma wafting around your house, but also decorate your holiday table with the original composition. Profit and profit again!
Scented Paper for Kindling
If you’re lucky enough to have a fireplace in your house, try impregnating your own essential oils with the kindling paper, which instantly creates a cloud of wonderful aromas of field herbs. It’s perfect for passing a cold evening by the fireplace with a glass of cider in hand.
Sometimes you want to smell the aroma of a campfire from the comfort of your own home. Does it seem difficult? Certainly not impossible. Light special smoldering sticks and inhale the woody smell at your pleasure.
Coffee Bean Candles
You can’t do without pumpkin candles in the fall. Cover them with coffee beans and enjoy the bitter aroma anytime. It’s just like a pumpkin latte without all the calories!
Laconic Scandinavian style will always be in demand, but judging by recent requests, Pinterest users have recently been more interested in the bright, vibrant and eclectic “hippy” boho style. More and more people are looking for and taking note of interiors with bright prints, ethnic motifs, handmade decorative items, lush colors and lively greenery – and preferably all of it together! And don’t forget the colorful cushions and mats and trees in tubs.
Make accents on home textiles – correctly and with care picked up plaids, pillows, carpets, napkins of warm ochre, yellow-golden shade or avocado color will not only make up for the lack of warm colors, but also add coziness due to their soft enveloping texture.
Pillows, blankets, banner flags and rugs, and curtains can add a touch of fall leaves to your design. Hang these items throughout your home as décor, including your front door and furniture.
Choose at least two colors to use in your fall leaf theme. You can also use different shades of these colors to add depth to the room.
For example, the color red foliage in your homeroom decorations can be with brilliant scarlet hues and go all the way to deep burgundy.
Yellow shades can be bright and dark with a golden hue.
Add a little brown to the decor of any of the rooms to balance out the color palette, and don’t forget that this color can range from a dark brown to a soft – tan color.
The color you choose can also be highlighted in a different color scheme. For example, the addition of orange will complement a blue room.
Arrange small bouquets all over the apartment, this way you will launch a real fall into it. Swap vases, separate bouquets or, on the contrary, join them and create unique compositions.
E-books are good if you don’t want to lug an entire library with you on a trip, but for fall evenings there’s nothing better than a “lamp” entertainment like reading paper literature.
You can set up your own mini-library and a cozy corner for reading. A soft chair, a floor lamp, a coffee table or a comfortable shelf with books at hand – and you can forget about the pandemic for a while and immerse yourself in the magical world of books.
Autumn is a great time for changes and updates. Do not miss the chance to change something in your home, and maybe in yourself. Try it and it will work out for sure!