With Fall just around the corner, it’s time to start transitioning life back indoors. Learn how to create the perfect fall space using summer outdoor elements below!
In many parts of the country, the weather is starting to get cooler as the summer transitions into fall. It seems like the summer just started, but just because it is ending doesn’t mean that it’s over. Especially when it comes to interior design. We think that it’s valuable to keep some elements of summer in your design to help transition yourself and your home into the fall season.
Learn more about how you can incorporate 3 of our favorite summer outdoor elements into your home by reading on below!
Plants, Plants, and More Plants
Plants are a great thing to add to your home because they act as natural air purifiers, reduce stress, boost happiness, and make any environment look great. Incorporating plants into designs has been a very popular trend over the last several years and it’s only going to increase in popularity as more Millenials, the main drivers of this trend, being to create homes of their own. The kinds of plants that you use to liven up your home are completely up to you, but make sure they fit into your lifestyle.
Embrace the Light
Natural light is generally seen as a huge selling point when you’re looking for a place to stay. During the summer, there was a seemingly endless supply of natural because the sun was up for a significant part of the day. Because the weather is changing and the days are starting to get shorter, there won’t be as much natural light available in the evenings. And, as the weather gets colder, we know you’ll want to keep your curtains closed, but we challenge you to reject that idea. Instead, embrace the natural light you do have by opening your curtains and blinds and soaking up the last of its summertime rays. That way, you’ll be able to relive the warm memories of summer for just a little bit longer.
Layer Natural Fabrics and Textures
Summer is all about becoming one with nature, and we think that one way you can transition that into fall is to incorporate natural elements into your interior design. Materials like jute, wood, leather, and cotton will immediately make your home feel and look warmer. Additionally, don’t be afraid to layer your textures. The world outside isn’t just one flat texture and neither should your room design. We recommend using multiple outdoor elements to create an even more interesting look.
Using outdoor elements is one of the best ways to help you and your home transition to fall. What are your favorite outdoor elements that you use? Let us know on Instagram!