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How Much Do You Change Your Home Decor With the Seasons?

I've given you a few suggestions for how to prepare your home for fall, and I'm eyeing some rather autumnal must-haves for September. How much do you change your home decor with the seasons?


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sheilakaye sheilakaye 8 years
I change things out and move my furniture around all the time. I am easily bored with things.
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 8 years
it never really changes except for decorating for christmas.
vmruby vmruby 8 years
Never.....i decorate for some holidays but I never change what's in all the rooms.
rhodes18 rhodes18 8 years
so far, i've never changed anything other than holiday decorations, but i'd like to start making subtle accessory changes that would reflect changing seasons
Moley25 Moley25 8 years
hardly at all.... I would if I had the money, time, and space, however!
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
My house is full of pastels so it would be pretty strange if I started putting fall colors around the house. I hardly ever make any changes for the seasons.
koolbr33z3 koolbr33z3 8 years
Hardly ever.
abryant850 abryant850 8 years
I just change the accessories on my mantle. Right now I have starfish and sea urchin vases for the summer...during the holidays, i have pine cone candles and some cranberry accessories...and i change the pillows on the couch
mfern64 mfern64 8 years
Everything pretty much stays the same. On the first floor all the rooms are similar in style and colors, so I tend to move around the art work and some of the small furniture pieces.
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 8 years
Other than pulling out my winter duvet, putting away the fan, and decorating for xmas, I do nothing.
mlmoreno47 mlmoreno47 8 years
I put on my winter bed spread which is a darker color and a lot heavier than my summer blanket but other than that, not too much! Oh, and I bust out my humidifier and space heater and put away the fans!
libs1dlab libs1dlab 8 years
I'm with popgoestheworld. The most I do is get the flannel sheets on the beds when the nights start getting chilly.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 8 years
I don't have the time, money, or storage room to do this.
NikkiCouture NikkiCouture 8 years
Season changes affect me so much that my decor is a reflection of it. In the fall I use more browns, winter burgundy, spring white and summer blues/corals. And yes, I has a storage room specifically for these items, which also includes my Christmas decorations (which I won't even go into). Mostly I change pillows, candles, blankets, rugs, the centerpiece on my dinning room table and curtains. Along with artwork.
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
slightly - different accessories and i change the cover on my sofa. it is "linen" coloured for Summer (it seems cooler to me) and chocolate brown and more textured in fall/winter - i have a KArlanda sofa from IKEA so covers are easy to find and fun to use.
LadyP LadyP 8 years
Um, hardly ever.
SugarCat SugarCat 8 years
I do decor for holidays but other than that everything stays the same! I wish I had money to decorate for all seasons!
davie-k davie-k 8 years
The only thing I do is put out the rugs and mats for the colder months that I've been keeping hidden away in the summer.
LadyLibertine LadyLibertine 8 years
Hardly to not at all. Sometimes by mood I may make some changes but the whole money aspect means pretty much stays the same.
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