Here are a few ideas for bringing the colors of autumn into your home:
Reds, rusts, and chocolates can add a rich warmth and sense of refinement to a room. A splash of orange can create a modern feel. Paint cabinet door fronts or the back wall of a bookcase to draw attention to your favorite tomes.
In the dining room, a tablecloth or accent wall in rust or crimson can stimulate the appetite in advance of your next fall feast.
Naturals and neutrals harmonize well when used as a base for the colors of fall. Set an earthy neutral as your base color and decorate with accessories in the bolder colors to set a fall mood.
Harvest yellows can brighten a room even on an overcast fall afternoon. Lamp bases on the mantel or framed fall botanicals or other artwork using yellow will pop against a textured brick fireplace or wall.
Lastly, bringing colorful autumn foliage into your home is a temporary way to create a natural fall display. Use leaves, pinecones and tree branches cut during fall yard maintenance, along with pumpkins and leftovers from your end-of-summer garden, to create unique seasonal decor.