Easy ways to dress up your home for fall

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tableclothMost people might like to have their home decorated for the season, but they don’t want to spend countless hours on their precious weekends doing so. There’s no reason you can’t keep it simple and just put out a few key items around your home, to make it look cozy this fall for your family and friends.

The easiest way to change the look in your home is to have a few festive tablecloths that you can quickly choose from and drape over your kitchen table. Depending on the style of your home and personal preference you can either get a patterned tablecloth or a solid color.

With patterned tablecloths, such as one with fall leaves or a harvest theme, you won’t have to decorate your table top as much. You don’t want it to be too busy-looking. If you go with a solid color for fall, such as a green, brown or burnt orange, you will have a little more freedom with what you put on the table top. Try using a satin tablecloth in one of the aforementioned fall color for a very easy and stylish look in your home.

All you need now is a few simple fresh items in your entry way and kitchen. Pick up a few fall-colored flowers and small pumpkins. If you don’t want to over-do the orange pumpkins for fall, then get a few winter squash or another variety of pumpkin. Arrange in the center of your table or on a corner of the island in your kitchen. It will look like you put effort into decorating, but really the whole process shouldn’t take you more than a half an hour at the most. Happy fall decorating.

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