Fall Home Decor Makeover - Garnerstyle

Fall Home Decor Makeover

Home fashions are my favorite thing about Ross.  You can find items to update your place very inexpensively, because who wants to spend $25 on a throw pillow? Anyways, I did a quick update to my living spaces for the fall season and everything came from Ross and I did it for all under $150.    I live in California and the seasons don't change that drastically, so I wanted to gently introduce a few fall colors, but still keep it bright like California is.  I brought in gold, mustard yellow, and a turquoise to tweak the mood of the room.  I found this fun lighted "C" & Eiffel tower to brighten up my office area. The burnt orange candles sticks and deep yellow candles set the mood. LOL.  I'm in love with the gold accent bowl & cream puffs adorning my dining table.  It gives the table a clean, but upgraded look.  The fun things about updates is that you don't have to chuck everything you have, you can work with what's already in the space and add to.  That keeps it inexpensive, but makes it look like you've really transformed the room.

This post was sponsored by Ross, all opinions are my own.


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    Add warm colors: Incorporate rich, warm colors such as burnt orange, deep red, and golden yellows into your decor. You can do this by adding throw pillows, blankets, or accent pieces in these hues.

    Use natural elements: Bring the outdoors inside by incorporating natural elements such as pumpkins, gourds, branches, and pine cones into your decor. These can be used as centerpieces, on mantels, or on shelves.

    Switch up your textiles: Swap out lightweight summer textiles for heavier ones such as wool or flannel. This can include changing out your curtains, bedding, or rugs for warmer, cozier options.