5 Ways to Spruce up Your Home For Fall– Why not try some Fall cleaning this year? Don’t save it all for the Spring! Take advantage of the last bit of warm weather and spruce up your home as you prepare for winter.
- Autumn Accents– Don’t have the time or budget to commit to permanent home changes this Autumn? No problem! Update and spruce up your home with some seasonal accents. Fall colors like deep red, burnt orange and mustard yellow will bring your home to life. Add some new hand towels in the kitchen or some new, seasonal pillows for the living room.
- Bring the Outdoors Indoors– Are you sad to see the beautiful summer flowers go? Fear not, there are many beautiful Autumn flowers that can be cultivated outdoors and indoors. Spruce up your living space with some indoor plants. Don’t let the colder weather discourage your green thumb!
- Clean Your Outdoor Living Space– There is nothing worse than letting your outdoor furniture sit all year to have it be ruined the next budding Spring. Make sure to clean up your outdoor living space and to put away any unused outdoor furniture for the winter. Cold temperatures and harsh conditions can deteriorate your furniture, making it unusable for the next warm season. Hose down porches, rake leaves, and start fresh for the next season!
- Check Your Windows– During the summer and early Fall months, it is easy for creaky windows to go unnoticed. Before the cold weather rolls through, be sure to double check that all of your windows and doors are sealed and working correctly. This will help you with future costs and trouble.
- Unclutter Your Home- During the cold months, you and your family will be spending a lot more time indoors. Don’t overlook clutter and live in disarray! Clean up the odds and ends and prepare for a new season. Try donating any items you don’t want or need. Give your home a fresh feel and contribute to your community.
Make the transition into the colder months less stressful this year. Be proactive and spruce up your home this Fall. Have any other cleaning or improvement tips? Let us know in the comments below.