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Decorate with Nature
One temporary way to bring autumn indoors is to create a natural display, such as a blazing tree branch and greenish gourds.
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There is no need for a sizable investment in season. Something as simple as adorning an ordinary lampshade with colorful stripes can make the whole room feel a bit like spring.
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What says summer more than a sunny day on a sailboat? Take a cue from nautical style with easy-to-add (and easy-to-remove) rope knobs.
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Give plain sofa pillows vibrant personalities with easy-to-make pillow bands. These are made with wool; when the weather warms, they can be swapped for a more summery material, such as a cheerful printed cotton.
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The materials you wear from season to season can inform your interior accents. Linen is a go-to fabric in the warmer months, so it makes for a delightfully breezy bed come June.
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Paint a Seasonal Door
Although dark-purple walls might be difficult to live with (and hard to paint over), a deep-violet door creates intrigue without overpowering this entryway. The marriage of purple paint and dark wood floors also looks surprisingly classic. The door can be painted over when this darker tone seems too harsh.
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Set a Seasonal Table
Whether the materials come from your backyard or a garden center, its easy to incorporate natural elements into the centerpiece of an alfresco dinner. Position stones down the middle of an outdoor table, and intersperse bunches of cushion moss.
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Save the expense of buying a summery shower curtain. Nothing looks as inviting in a cool white bathroom as plush terry-cloth towels. This shower curtain is made from bath sheets stitched with a simple seam. It couldn't be easier -- the towels are just the right size for a standard tub, and they don't need to be hemmed.
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Add a Pop of Seasonal Color
Paint the backs of bookcases in a bright orange for the fall season -- or just line them with colored paper -- to give your case a cozy touch.
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Let Flowers Do the Talking
Nature brings out its own palette of beauties each season. A lush gathering of daffodils in April or a nosegay of roses in June will instantly make your home feel right now.
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Often times, a change in season can present a decorating challenge: With lots of April showers come wet things. This DIY slipcover provides a waterproof, attractive place to throw your tote and take off rain boots.