There’s a time in the year where you can totally infuse color into your décor, and its call Autumn/Fall. This season is the perfect time to introduce a pillow into your décor, in the form of a pumpkin harvest decorative throw pillow. You’re probably thinking! Why? Well, just think of all the colors that are representative of autumn/fall. There are the yellows, the reds, the oranges, the browns, the blacks, the rust, and the greens, just to name a few. The colors are reflected in the changing leaves, the pumpkins and squash, the harvesting of crops on the farm, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and of course this all leads to the grand finally of Holidays, Christmas.
Autumn/Fall is such a wonderful time of the year, because it brings to light the good in us, as we celebrate so many seasonal activities and holidays. Decorating your home with a pumpkin harvest decorative throw pillow is a good way to start the season off. Whether it’s Halloween you’re celebrating, or welcoming family and friends for a Thanksgiving Day celebration. The message of the season will already be infused into your room décor, making your home an inviting and cozy place to be. The harvesting of outdoor colors, and bringing those colors indoors, adding this transfusion of colors onto a pumpkin harvest decorative throw pillow, is awesome!
When Autumn/Fall comes around
The season starts with an array of colors that is presented to us with the changing of the guards, sort of speak! It begins with the falling of the leaves, a chill in the air, the autumn/fall smells and tastes, a cozy room filled with comfort, and a pumpkin harvest decorative throw pillow to cuddle up with by the fire-place. These are some of the things that comes to mind when I think of Autumn/fall. How about you? What are some of the things that comes to mind when you think of Autumn/Fall?
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Written by Terry Parson