3 Tips to Bring Fall Colors Inside

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Creekside at Legacy in Plano, TX, is an ideal place to live if you love wide open spaces. Bringing the fall colors inside not only brightens your home, it can set the mood for the seasons to come. You don't have to spend a lot of money to decorate for the changing of the seasons. Look around. Nature gives you many different things to choose from that add both color and beauty to your home. They may even bring in a few fall fragrances.

Bring Fall Colors Inside!

Pumpkins and Leaves

Pumpkins and leaves are two of the most colorful aspects of the fall season. They both come in a variety of colors and in many shapes and sizes. To create a beautiful centerpiece, take a large tray and place a medium-sized pumpkin in the center. Pick a large handful of red, orange, and yellow leaves and scatter around the pumpkin to cover the bottom of the tray. Place a few tiny pumpkins or small ears of colored corn around the base of the pumpkin. To add to the ambiance, carve the pumpkin and place a small battery-operated light inside.

Candles and Florals

Brightly colored, aromatic candles can bring in both the colors and the scents associated with the holidays. Candles come in many different sizes and can be placed almost anywhere in your home to add a touch of color. If you don't want to worry about the flame, use an electric wax warmer to fill your home with the scents of the season. Fall is also a great time to create florals using fall foliage. Decorative grasses, mixed with long-stemmed orange carnations and daisies will make a beautiful arrangement for an end table or next to the door. 

If you're looking for the perfect apartment in Plano, TX, check out Creekside at Legacy. They offer amenities that are designed to bring out the best in apartment living. Call today to visit the office and check out all of the available floor plans. 

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