Since the Lowcountry isn’t exactly known for its cooler temperatures, it is sometimes difficult to notice when one season ends and another begins in Foxbank Plantation in Moncks Corner. However, with school back in session and the leaves beginning to change in other parts of the state, we cannot help but begin to crave the crisp temperatures and cozy styles of fall.
To help ease you into the mindset of the new season, we are sharing some simple ways to incorporate elements of fall into your home décor, without rocking the boat too much on your current home style.
First, if you have a neutral color palette throughout your Foxbank Plantation home in Moncks Corner, it is much easier to transition your décor from one season to the next. Simply add a few seasonal color accents such as orange, red or brown and you are good to go. If your home has a more colorful palette, look for opportunities where you can incorporate more neutrals to help tone down the brighter shades.
Next, consider adding some natural elements throughout your home. In other words, bring the outdoors, indoors. Palette boards are a trend that can be used all year long, and bringing in items such as branches, colorful leaves, apples, pumpkins or gourds will help add the right amount of fall to your home without costing you too much.
If the outdoors isn’t really your cup of tea, try playing with different fabrics instead. Replace your cotton blankets with velvet, wool or knits. Switch out your throw blankets, pillows, draperies and rugs for more warm, subdued tones and materials.
Finally, if you are happy with how your Foxbank Plantation home in Moncks Corner looks and just want to add a touch of fall, small décor items are the way to go. Add a fall wreath made of acorns, leaves or cornhusks to the outside of your door. Carve out pumpkins and gourds and use them as flowerpots for colorful mums. Or, put together a centerpiece of oranges studded with dried whole cloves—nothing screams fall more than this festive and fragrant addition.