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    Fall Decor That Never Goes Out of Style

     

     

    Decorating is fun and helps people get more into the season change! However, it’s not fun to have to keep buying decorations year after year to keep up with the Sally next door. Luckily, there are some fall decorations that are absolute staples and will age with perfection. Keep reading on to see what to buy this fall to spice up your Tennessee home.

     

    Fake Pumpkins

    Pumpkins will literally never NOT be a thing for the fall season. (PSL, anyone?) Year to year the color of pumpkin decorating may change (white pumpkins have been very popular the past few years) but that is easily fixed with a can of spray paint. Buy white pumpkins, orange pumpkins, any color you want! Feel free to mix and match for a fun combination.

     

    Wreaths

    The ultimate way to decorate your front door. Add a few leaves and other fall foliage and you’re good to go! Spicing up your wreath with fall-colored leaves will never go out of style because leaves will continue to change colors year after year with the season change and people will continue to be amazed with their beauty. 

     

    Orange Accents

    Throughout your home, make orange your pop of color during fall months. This can be as easy as changing the napkins on the table, switching out your blanket/throw in the living room, or the candles on the mantle. Subtle changes make a huge difference!

     

    Outdoor Blankets

    With the season change, it’s easy to think those late summer nights spent outside are coming to an end. Investing in outdoor blankets and throws allow you to keep those outdoor activities happening well into the fall season before winter hits. Plaid is always a hit for fall into winter months, and maybe even consider buying a wool blanket for those extra cool nights.Keep these in a basket by your backdoor for a quick grab on the way out.

     

    No matter where you choose to buy your seasonal decor, know these pieces will be cherished from year to year, and even be able to be passed onto future generations. 

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