Skip to main content
Westmont Village Logo at Westmont Village, Westmont, Illinois

7 of Our Favorite Fall Tips to Decorate for the Season

7 of Our Favorite Fall Tips to Decorate for the Season

  |     |   Lifestyle at Westmont Village

7 of Our Favorite Fall Tips to Decorate for the Season


A splash of orange, a hint of yellow, bright reds, and warm colors – fall is here, and it’s time to think about autumn decorations. There will be apple picking and pumpkin spices, plaid and warm jackets. The weather may rush in quickly, but you can be cozy in your apartment home with just a few small changes. Designers are bustling like the colorful leaves, so here are 9 fall tips to decorating your beautiful apartment home!


Earthy Accents

Earthy, angular furniture with wooden hues or autumnal blues can really get your apartment home ready for fall. Light and airy mixed with darker shades and orange accents do wonders. 


Keep the Bar Ready

Fall cocktails can make any home feel like autumn. Golden serving trays or fall-themed glasses help you feel the changes that fall brings, and your guests will love them. 


Make the Bed

A neutral bedroom can easily transform from summer to fall with a darker throw or plaid comforters or bed skirts. Darker hues like plum, emerald, and lighter oranges can turn a room into a fall forest. 


Make an Entrance

The first thing you see when you enter can be warm hues and earthy tones, welcoming you into your cozy home. Upholstered furniture and throw pillows can easily make it feel more comfortable.


Ought to be an Ottoman

Rich textured footrests and stools with dark wood can make it feel like fall when you sit down from the day. Faux fur or throws on the couches with a light orange or deep blue can make it feel like autumn. 


Heavy, Warm Fabrics

Texture is better when it comes to fall colors. Leather or faux fur, dense materials, heavy comforters, or beautiful fall hues on throw pillows will give your home a seasonal makeover.


What’s On Your Shelves?

Floating shelves in the kitchen or around the living room should feature autumnal tones and deep hues. Or go for a lighter, yellow and orange feel. Deep blues and reds bring a nice contrast. Fall cookbooks, earthy kitchenware, apples, blossoms, and more can bring a whole room together. Glossy forest greens mixed with wood furniture are homey and welcoming. 

Leave a reply

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>