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3 quick ways to spruce up your home with fall décor
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3 quick ways to spruce up your home with fall décor

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If you’ve been spending a ton of time at home, you might need a little makeover. Fortunately, super cozy and warm fall décor is the perfect compliment to staying indoors with a hot cider and good book. Here are 3 quick ways to give your home an autumn-inspired spruce.

1) Add a colorful cozy throw blanket.

Chilly fall nights spent streaming your favorite movies on the couch will seem a little cozier with this vintage look plaid throw blanket from Lavish Home. The burnt orange, brown, and cream plaid pattern adds classic fall colors to your home, and the generous size will cover you (and whoever you’re snuggling with) completely.

Lavish Home Collection Soft Blanket Oversized Plaid Throw available from Amazon

2) Introduce warm, rustic lighting.

With shorter days, your home can start to seem darker much earlier in the afternoon. Rather than keeping harsh overhead lights on all the time, introduce some warm, rustic lighting and lean into the cozy fall vibes. These birch-tree inspired LED electric candles create a similar feeling to a fall evening spent sitting by the fireplace.

Flameless Battery-Operated Birch Bark Candles available from Amazon

3) Brighten up your table with a centerpiece.

While Halloween and Thanksgiving might look different this year, sitting around the table to a nice meal with your family is still a great way to enjoy the fall season. A festive centerpiece can help you enjoy the spirit of fall even if you’re skipping the big celebrations this year. This rustic fall flower centerpiece is pretty enough that you’ll be tempted to keep it out all year.

18-Inch Rustic Galvanized Metal Pitcher Fall Flower Centerpiece available from Amazon

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