With the colours of fall all around us, from pumpkins and gourds at your local market, to the vivid reds and burnt oranges in the fall foliage, you don’t need to look far to find inspiration when it comes to using colour in your new home. During this beautiful time of year, it’s no wonder that so many new home owners seek to unify both their indoors and out with the lively colours of fall. Here are some great ways you can incorporate some of the elements of fall into your home décor:
The colour orange doesn’t have to scream Halloween. Using this vibrant colour in your new home can really help to brighten up your home as the days grow shorter. It gives a great pop of colour even when you already have anchor colours like blue (complementary colour to orange) and neutrals like grey.
Make some nice arrangements with the help of the changing leaves. Collecting the fallen leaves from your backyard, school yards or local parks, along with other nice organic elements like acorns, pinecones make refreshing fall tabletop accessories that really complement your new home.
Introducing more wood tones into your new home this time of year is a great way to add comfort and coziness for what will likely be a winter filled with comfy nights in. Rustic and organic elements like wicker yarn balls, dehydrated fruit and live branches are a wonderful way to bring the outdoors inside your new home.
With the spectacular Indian summer we’ve been experiencing here in the GTA, it comes as no wonder that many new home owners are enjoying their backyards well into October. Warmer days mean a longer season for backyard entertaining, and updating your patio décor is a great way to introduce the fall elements into your design. These marvellous dried braches paired with luxurious auburn throws make this fall table setting a welcome sight to a backyard bbq which may be the last for the season.