5 Tips To Transition From Summer To Fall Home Decor

Dated: 08/31/2018

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What better way to welcome in the new season than to start by prepping your home.These 5 subtle changes will bring a new & cozy feeling that the whole family can enjoy!

  1. BRING OUT THE CANDLES--There are many different candles available to you perhaps at your nearest dollar store. Vanilla, pumpkin spice & cinnamon are good for starters!

  2. COVERS--Whether it be your sheets, curtains or pillow covers a warmer color scheme will enhance the overall feel of the beloved fall season.

  3. FRONT DOOR DISPLAYS--Fall leaves on a wreath is a classic. You can also enhance the vibe by adding pumpkins!!!

  4. FLOWERS--Nothing like a fresh set of flowers to add ambience to the kitchen or living room.

  5. Photos--Switch out those old photos and add some with a sense of fall nostalgia that will really set the mood!


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Joshua Mata

Joshua Mata, moved to San Antonio, Tx from a small town in the Rio Grande Valley, Pharr, Tx in 2008. He graduated from PSJA North and proceeded to work as a Financial Advisor for a medical company for....

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