this season of change, there is no better time to switch up your home's décor by
adding festive fall pieces! As the weather gets cooler and leaves start to
fall, homeowners at NatureWalk at Seven Hills and The Georgian are making their
home's interior match the fall feeling outdoors. Here are a few fall décor favorites
from our team at Artisan Built Communities.
Use Natural Elements
surrounds the homes at NatureWalk and The Georgian, so why not bring some
of that nature indoors this fall season? Natural elements like loose leaves,
pinecones, pumpkins, corn husks, branches and dried flowers can easily be
arranged in vases, bowls or even spread out. Use these earthy elements to
create a fabulous fall centerpiece for the dining room table, fireplace mantle,
or even a foyer table.
Incorporate Fall Colors
fall colors is one of the easiest ways to get your home ready for the season.
Fall is known for its rich and earthy tones, such as dark olive, mustard
yellow, burnt orange and deep burgundy. Whether it is a cozy throw blanket, a
decorative pillow, an area rug or a simple floral arrangement, there are
endless ways to incorporate the colors of fall into your home.
Add Some Textures
adds depth and warmth to the home, which makes the cooler fall season the
perfect time to layer textured pieces throughout your home. You just may be
surprised by how much seasonal spirit a velvet pillow, woven basket, faux fur
throw or rustic wood frame adds to your home's interior! Swap out those summer
linens and start layering with warmer, textured pieces for a cozy home
Fall Home Features
those building a new home with Artisan Built, there are numerous options and
upgrades that can be added to enhance your new home during the fall season and year-round.
Stone fireplace hearths offer the perfect display for fall gourds indoors,
while screened-in porches and outdoor fireplaces are a great way to extend the
home's outdoor living space during the cooler months.
home to an Artisan Built community this fall and create a festive space to
enjoy through this season and throughout the years to come! To learn more about
Artisan Built and our new home communities in Paulding County, contact us today.