Don’t you just love September? The air is cooler, the leaves begin to change, and the kids are finally back in school! I can feel the seasons changing when I step outside which always leads to seasonal changes indoors too. This week I welcome back contributing writer Michelle of Ten June for her monthly column. Today, she’s sharing her best tips for transitioning your home from summer to fall.
Please welcome back Michelle!
“Doesn’t it seem like we just got used to our summer schedules? Long days by the pool, late nights catching fireflies, every dinner cooked on the grill. Then, all of a sudden, it’s September. Although I love summer, personally I’m ready for fall – there is something about the crisp, cool autumn air that puts a smile on my face.
However, my house still feels like it just settled into its summer vibe. Coral from this summer’s vacation still rests in a bowl on my dining room table. A nautical themed pillow remains on one of the slipper chairs in my living room. And I’m pretty sure there is still a pile of sand laying somewhere around my house.
If you’re like me, it might seem impossible to take your summer décor to fall without feeling as if you have to completely revamp your accessories. Well you don’t have to go Clark Griswold with your seasonal décor in order to bring fall into your home. Rest assured, these simple tips will help you to make those subtle changes to your home to easily make the transition from summer to fall.
1. Start with natural elements.