How to Transition Your Outdoor Space for Fall

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How to Transition Your Outdoor Space for Fall

With summer's passing, autumn nights have arrived with cooler temperatures perfect for outdoor lounging. It's only a matter of time before you invite your friends over for a pumpking carving session and s'mores. But just how do you transition your summer spot into a space worthy of sipping some pumpkin-flavored drinks?

With summer's passing, autumn nights have arrived with cooler temperatures perfect for outdoor lounging. It's only a matter of time before you invite your friends over for a pumpking carving session and s'mores. But just how do you transition your summer spot into a space worthy of sipping some pumpkin-flavored drinks?

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Think accessories

Cane-line Stay Warm Plaid 

For those nights when the wind is extra chilly, keeping some cozy outdoor throw blankets on hand never hurts. Curl up with one of these and you're all set to watch leaves fall from the trees around you. For bonus style points, throw some textural accent pillows in deep jewel tones for extra warmth.

 

Think fire

 

 

Brown Jordan Fires Urth

While accessories are the first step in creating a warm environment, the next step is adding the element of fire. Placing a fire pit at the center of a seating group creates a conversational point for everyone to gather, not to mention it also incorporates stunning focal detail. With Brown Jordan Fires, you have the option of using bioethanol fuel, meaning there are no utility connections or harmful emissions—it's 100 percent clean burning. 

Think plants

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Spring and summer may bring about thoughts of fresh, colorful blooms, but your fall planters can be just as vivid. It's hard to ignore the prevalance of mums during the season, so why not make the most of them? Pot mums in decorative planters around your outdoor space and finish it off with a healthy dose of pumpkins. 

Have images of red and orange leaves dancing in your head now? Which of these tips will you try to create your fall-ready retreat? Let us know in the comments!