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Fall Decor & DIY Trends You Have to Try this Season at The Village at Union Mills

Fall Decor & DIY Trends You Have to Try this Season at The Village at Union Mills

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With the summer season ending, it's time we change our home décor, inside and outside. While we might still have a few warm days ahead, bringing out your fall apartment décor before the end of September is usually the best time to transition. Luckily, we've highlighted the best fall décor that is simple and cheap, so you can have the apartment you've always wanted.

Fall Decor You Should Try:

Cottagecore: Speaking dry grass and flowers, the Cottagecore look is still the talk on social media, especially for Fall. So, what is a Cottagecore? This is a décor made from homemade food, cottage-style decor, soft shapes, and colors motivated by nature, but the main element is handmade accents. Undoubtedly, most people love this décor and enjoy making it from scratch.

  1. Add Different Textures

One way to instantly create cozy spaces in your apartment for the cooler months is by adding tons of different textures to your room. Even if your apartment has a neutral color palette, including various textures will add style and elegance to your apartment.

  1. Stovetop Potpourri

Do you love the smell of winter or autumn? Anyone can intentionally bring the scent of winter and autumn this cozy season with some stovetop potpourri. Just make one with orange and apple slices and cinnamon sticks. You will also require a dehydrator, a closed container like a jar, and add a little water to get the most out of these elements.

Can I DIY These Ideas for Apartment Living?

Whether you want to buy these decors or DIY will depend on your budget, time, and skills. It's not hard; you only have to mix a few items and design them based on your preference; have fun while you work. Contact us if you'd like more renovating and décor ideas, or visit our website.

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