Your living room is probably the most used space in the whole house, are we right? That’s why the living room design must be always very well decorated. Summer is 2 days from ending so it’s time to decor your home according to the fall trends. Keep reading to find out why!
The space where you relax deserves the full fall treatment. In these fall living rooms, no corner is overlooked, from window ledge to mantel top.
Fall decorating ideas can be as simple as swapping your present living room essentials for decor in crisp colors. A burnt orange blanket and coordinating pillows spice up this homey room. Gourds, along with seasonally appropriate flowers and leaves, garnish the coffee table and the rustic wooden mantel.
Take advantage of vibrant fall leaves by creating festive artwork to spruce up a mantel or a shelf. Begin by placing a pressed leaf between two pieces of cut glass. Connect the glass rectangles by wrapping their edges with linen book tape in colors that correspond with the leaves.
This whimsical pumpkin fall decorating idea instantly adds fall charm to living room decor. Start by gathering pumpkins of all colors and sizes. Stack them inside your fireplace, placing the largest pumpkins on the bottom. To keep the design from looking too orderly, face the pumpkins in different directions, but make sure the pumpkins feel secure in their spots.
Re-create the effect of a strong breeze carrying away dried autumn leaves right on your mantel. Craft faux leaves by stenciling brown paper bags and lightly dyeing the leaf cut-outs with tea. A rope-tied branch bundle forms a simple tree. Dried hydrangeas and painted pumpkins complete the vignette, and a DIY garden gate provides a soothing, country-inspired backdrop.
Add some fun fall living room decor with pillows that change with the season. In front, an iron-on acorn design improves a linen toss pillow. Behind, an old coffee bag was resewn around a pillow form for a nubbly support. It’s a very cute detail to have sitting on your couch in your interior design.
Creating a fall living room doesn’t mean a complete redesign. Gather nuts, pinecones, and berries among silvery compotes and serving dishes. One metal finish unites them all and a bit of gold leafing spiffs-up a few of the pinecones and nuts.
We hope you enjoyed this article about how to prepare your living room design for fall! What do you think? Let us know your thoughts, needs, and wishes and leave a comment. You can find more inspiration and information about interior design, DIY ideas, and events in the other articles on home design ideas.