This year I’m in love with neutrals in home decor. Easy to use, elegant, light, bright and versatile are words I think of when I think of neutrals. Today I’m sharing a few tips for using neutrals for fall decor and how I kept my seasonal decor budget friendly this year.
As usual, I didn’t go shopping. Not exactly, I just shopped a few of my favorite items in my house that I wanted to use for fall. I gave everything the once over with my Finish Max Fine Finish Paint sprayer and transformed them into a beautiful neutral white that compliments everything .
In less than an hour I had everything painted, and my Finish Max Paint Sprayer cleaned and tucked neatly away in it’s box.
Painting was the easy part, especially with the Finish Max Fine Finish Paint Sprayer because it’s so easy to use.
My challenge was patiently waiting for the paint to dry so I could start decorating.
Do you have 21 seconds?
I made a super quick video to show my favorite features of the HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Paint Sprayer and even included a few before and after pics of some challenging neutral fall decor paint pieces.
Transforming a few items to my new neutral fall decor was only half the fun. The other half is moving everything around until I loved the look!
I promised to share a few tips for using neutrals for fall decor, and here’s a few of my favorite ones.
Tip #1 Mix neutral seasonal and non-seasonal items together for interest. Neutrals are versatile, and look great anywhere, against bold and contrasting backgrounds as well as neutral and white backgrounds.
Tip #2 Use varying textures whenever possible. They add interest.
Tip #3 Stay with similar shades of white in your vignettes.
Bonus Tip #4. Keep it fresh by moving decor items around. I may use the white pumpkin on my entry table, or in a centerpiece on our table later.
My last thought on using neutrals for fall decor. It’s your home. No matter how you decorate it, it will look festive and welcoming. I’m taking the time to enjoy the season and all the opportunity it brings. Not just for a pretty home, but for the friends, family and special memories that come with it.
I hope you do as well.
Some of my other favorite paint projects with HomeRight products 7 Good Reasons To Paint Outdoor Furniture With A Paint Sprayer and How to use a Paint Shelter.
Tell me in the comment section below what you would transform with a HomeRight Fine Finish Max paint sprayer?
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Love it all! Especially that twine pumpkin!!!!
You go girl!
Happy day friend!
Hi KariAnne… I love that pumpkin too:) Thanks for your visit my friend:)
Marie from The Interior Frugalista says
You know how much I love my HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer Wendi. I have a beast to paint cubby that I’ll be using mine on soon. Love your neutral tablescape – it is so soft, pretty, and classy.
Mary-In the boondocks says
Wendi the white looks great on your pieces. Such a pop and they look fresh and crisp. I think many of us are moving away fom color and towards neutals lately. Great tips.
Hi Mary:) I agree. I see neutrals everywhere this year in seasonal and holiday decor. To me they are much easier to decorate with because they don’t clash with how my rooms are decorated already. Probably like you, the deep reds and autum colors don’t work so well since we are coastal. Looking forward to seeing your neutral decor too!
great tips Wendi–you know I love my Finish Max! I’ll be using it tomorrow. 🙂
Thanks Gail! I can’t imagine not having my paint sprayers now that I’ve become so used to whipping them out and getting great results! Thanks so much for your visit & see you later this week!
Great minds think alike! I’m working on a picture set with similar colors… loving neutrals, whites, and pops of gold this year!
I so agree! Neutrals are super this year, especially with some gold! Share your project on my Facebook page when you get it done.. I’d love to see it!
I’m not on facebook, but I posted it on Instagram, and on Pinterest… it’s up today! 🙂 Thanks so much for asking, and for sharing!! 🙂 xoxo
Thank you so much! With your eye for painting and projects I’m sure you could take this concept and really do something with your home decor! Thanks so much for your visit & have a great week!