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Hey guys! Welcome back. I hope you are having an excellent week. I am back today with another Fall post. And today is all about simple ways to make your home more cozy this Fall. I haven’t really done too many of these in my own home yet because I might be moving soon, but once I find out for sure one way or the other, I will be including these in my own home. So here are some super simple ways that you can make your home more cozy this Fall.

Add some candlelight.

I know it gets darker earlier now, so instead of turning on all the lights, especially if you don’t need all the lights, light some candles instead. Or use lamp light instead and then add some candles for a little extra. Candlelight is so warm and relaxing and can make such a huge impact on the overall effect of your home. Having a candle with you while you are watching a movie or reading just adds a little something special.

Add some blankets.

Bring out the throw blankets because many of us have plenty to spare. It’s that time of year where the weather simply does not know what it’s doing, so adding adding some throw blankets can help keep you warm when you aren’t ready to turn the heat on yet. It also just helps your home feel more inviting and cozy which is the mood we are going for here. So bring out a couple of throw blankets that you can spread out.

Add some flowers.

Flowers are always great no matter what time of year it is. They help add some natural decor and they are so pretty. Having some Fall-colored flowers can make it even better because it will go with the rest of your decor and just add some bright pops of color. It’s something that is really simple, but again can really add to the coziness and freshness of your home during this drearier time of year. It’s a great way to do something a little different.

Create a coffee bar.

Or any kind of bar you would like. Something that you can use to make your favorite Fall beverages and treats. You can set up some mugs, a few different snacks, coffee, creamers, hot chocolate, and whatever else you may need to make your favorite Fall treats. You can even add some Fall decor to make it even cozier. And this will even be useful as you transition into Winter so it’s a great thing to set up now.

Add some wall art.

Whether it’s pictures you have been meaning to hang up, Fall-themed wall art, or something you made yourself, hanging things up on the wall or switching out your wall art can create that cozier vibe because you will have different Fall-themed things to look at and that help create that overall mood you are going for. There are so many different options as well that are budget-friendly if you don’t already have something.

Fall is such an amazing time of year and the perfect time to start getting cozy. Hopefully this helps provide some inspiration. Thank you so much for stopping by! I really hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did. Let us know down below in the comments what your tips are for making your home more cozy for Fall. Don’t forget to follow before you leave if you have not already and I hope to see you next time!

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