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6 TIPS TO TRANSITION THE NURSERY FROM SUMMER TO FALL

We are sharing how to transition the nursery from summer to fall in style!

When the temperatures start dropping and leaves start to fall, it's time to transition the nursery from summer to fall.

Fall is all about warm autumn colors, cozy knits and comfort. Similarly, interiors will see a subtle shift, as we transition from summer to fall.

Here are our 5 tips to transition the nursery from summer to fall.


6 WAYS TO TRANSITION THE NURSERY FROM SUMMER TO FALL

1.BRING IN EARTHY TONES

The hues of the earth tones and bright fall colors will help transition your space from summer to fall in style.

The golden yellows, burnt oranges, terra cotta, rich browns, rich amethyst and sparkling citrine nursery décor can add a pop of color and warmth to the space.

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2.SWTICH OUT FABRICS

Trade in the breezy soft fabrics for cozy blankets, drapes and a plush rug. These fabrics will keep you and the baby warm as the temperatures start to drop.

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3. LAYER the textiles

In the fall, we love dressing up in layers. Similarly, layer textiles in the nursery design to add more depth and personality while giving the nursery a polished look.

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4. ADD NATURAL textures

Transition to fall easily by adding textured nursery décor finds such a woven pouf or some woven baskets.

transition the nursery from summer to fall


5. INCORPORATE NURSERY STORAGE SOLUTIONS

With the addition of more blankets and throw pillows, comes the need for more nursery storage solutions. It's the perfect time to add some woven baskets or bins. 


6. CREATE AMBIENCE WITH WARM LIGHTING

Bring in nursery lighting options that will help create a cozy and an inviting ambience in the nursery. If you don't have one already, add a dimmer to the main nursery light fixture. You'll be able to control the light and change the ambiance of the room.

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