I don’t even know why I’m writing this blog post, because I’m not sure it is even a thing! But when the temperatures drop, I like to change a couple of things. Starting from renewing my wardrobe, updating my skincare routine, and redecorating the house! All without breaking the bank, so that’s what we are going to be talking about today; I’m going to give you my best fall decorating tips on a budget.
- SMALL THINGS
As you all know I like to keep everything minimal. I don’t like anything over the top. That’s why when it comes to decorating I like to keep things very simple and inside my comfort zone. When you come to my house I like people to feel cozy and home. Not feeling like they walked into a psychedelic madhouse.
So I would totally recommend if you are planning on redecorating your house for fall, to keep things very simple. To add details here and there, but not go over the top! Your house is not supposed to be a museum.
- DIY IT
My favorite go-to platform for inspiration is Pinterest (of course it is). I could spend hours and hours scrolling through Pinterest finding inspo about anything, really. In this case, I’m currently searching for Fall decor DIYs. It’s a great way to save some money, and be creative. I’m currently eyeing this leaves set to add to my spare bedroom for a future photoshoot. I’m also loving these painted Mason Jars!
- STICK TO A NEUTRAL PALETTE
Continuing with my first point – keeping things minimal – I like to keep my things in a neutral palette. Thankfully fall-themed stuff are already in a neutral palette. But it can easily get over the top very quickly. So stay away from bright oranges, and keep your stuff in the beige-brown-tan region. And if you really feel like you need a pop of color, then add something small in orange, or whatever you feel like.
- REPURPOSE THINGS YOU ALREADY OWN
Instead of buying new stuff to decorate, try thinking of a new way to use and revamp things you already own! For example the Mason Jars I mentioned above. Maybe you have a couple spare ones. You just have to do a little DIY and revamp them. This way you won’t be spending that much money!
- GO OUTSIDE, RELY ON NATURE
Autumn leaves are one of the easiest – and free – ways you can instantly change your decor to fall in a second. So just go outside and pick some leaves and flowers nature is kind enough to give, and go back inside and start DIYing.
- COZY THINGS UP
Cozy and fall are synonyms, to be honest. So cozying things up is one of my favorite things to do when transitioning to fall. I like to put candles everywhere around the house, add blankets to every sofa, and change the scent of my fragrance sticks to a more fall-friendly scent.
Now tell me, what things do you do to revamp your home when fall arrives?