Featured Image: Essence Brown Porcelain Wood-Look Tile from Arizona Tile
If you’re looking for ways to bring more style to your home for the fall and winter seasons, read on. From cozy textures to warm accents to bigger updates, let’s look at some of our favorite seasonal décor ideas that are stylish and versatile enough to complement many design styles.
A Touch of Nature
Simple, seasonal accents from the outdoors are the perfect way to infuse a little festive warmth and texture into your home during the fall and winter months. Wreaths, pine boughs, pumpkins, pinecones, birch logs, seasonal flowers, and wicker baskets add a natural, chic element to any space. Indoor plants will keep your house feeling fresh and lively throughout winter, too.
Image: White Ceramic Bathroom Subway Tile from Arizona Tile
Decorating your home for the cooler months is all about adding warmth—visually and literally. Simply hanging a cozy throw over the back of your recliner or adding scented candles to your mantle will make your space feel more cozy and inviting without a lot of effort. Updating your rug to a softer or more textured option, such as a faux fur rug, is another good idea that can transform your room in an instant.
Autumn and winter bring shorter days and, depending on where you live, the even earlier evenings of Daylight Savings Time. This is a good time to bring an extra lamp to your living area to ensure you have enough light even when it’s dark outside.
Image: Castle Brick Red Porcelain Faux Brick Tile from Arizona Tile
New Year, New Look
If you’re ready to make a bigger change in your home, the fall and winter months are a wonderful time to make an update or redesign a room. Make a much-needed upgrade just in time for the New Year. Whether you want to refresh your kitchen with wood-look tile floors, update your bathroom with subway tile or bring rustic texture to your fireplace with stunning faux brick, you can make a seasonal change that has timeless and classic appeal.
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