Spruce Up Your Home for Fall

Tips and tricks

By Ashley Moss – Guest Blogger

This article is being brought to you by cityCURRENT, Get Involved & Power the GOOD!

Fall is here. Pumpkin-flavored beverages are in season, leaves are changing colors, and the nights are cooler. It’s also time for homes to be spruced up and redecorated before fall activities begin. However, some people may not know where to begin or how to start to begin to spruce up their homes for fall. That’s where my advice comes in. Below are 5 simple ways that anyone who wants to spruce up their home for the fall season can liven up their home.




1. Declutter a closet or a room.

Clean out a closet or a room in your home. As you do so, collect all the items you no longer use, want, or wear and have a yard sale to make some extra cash. You can also give the items to a charity like the Salvation Army if you would prefer. Decluttering your home will help your home to stay organized and in order.

2. Flowers Outside

Put flowers in pretty pots inside or outside of your home. This will add a nice touch to your home and improve the appearance of your home.

3. Fall decorations

Hang up fall decorations inside and outside of your home. They will improve the overall feel and mood of your home.


4. summer to fall décor

Trade summer décor for fall décor. Fall is the perfect time to clean your home top from bottom, rearrange items and furniture, and bring some color into your life and home.


5. Scented candles

Purchase and place scented candles around your home in different rooms that resemble or remind you of what fall means to you, and light them every once in a while. They will enhance the ambience of your home.


ashley Moss

Guest Blogger // AshleyMossAuthor.weebly.com

Ashley Moss was born and raised in Memphis, Tn. She is the middle child of three children born to her mother, and she dearly loves her family. She is an aspiring journalist and writer who is finishing up her third degree at Southern New Hampshire University online. She also loves reading, writing, anything inspirational, and pizza.

See All Articles by Ashley


Interested In Joining Our Guest Blogger Program?

cityCURRENT is a privately-funded catalyst for the Mid-South and Middle Tennessee. A team of more than 100 partner companies have come together to host FREE events, along with an array of positive-oriented media and philanthropic initiatives to enrich, engage and impact the community. Our mission is to #PowertheGOOD and we invite you to join with us.

justmy features

Lessons From Chef Gary

 Lessons from chef garyRemembering gary williamsBy JR RobinsonThis article is brought to you by Krewe of DeJavu Check out their menu! Bradley Whitford "Infuse your life with action. Don't wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future. Make your own hope....

Patriot Village’s Capital Campaign Kickoff

  Patriot village Capital Campaign Kickoff By Madeline Phillips This article is brought to you by Krewe of DeJavu Check out their menu! Local Effort Underway to Build Affordable Housing for Veterans   Col. Concon has joined forces with other like-minded people who...

Memphis Grizzlies nominated for 33rd Annual Mid-South Emmy Awards

  Memphis grizzlies NOMINATED IN FOUR CATEGORIES for the 33rd Annual Mid-South Emmy Awards This Article is brought to you by Absolute Moving Services. Click to request a quote! MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES NOMINATION   Memphis, Tenn. – The Nashville/Mid-South Chapter of The...

MWBE Program Rigged?

Addressing economic growth starts with black small business and workforce development in Memphis. Memphis has an abundance of governmental and nonprofit programming to address local challenges but if its rigged; it won’t work. So, is the City of Memphis MWBE program rigged? One anonymous local MBE contractor thinks so.

Time to #BeAmazing

Share Your Story Today!

We believe there is an amazing story just waiting to be told inside everyone.  Stories that inspire change, ideas, and action.  Some stories are painful, some are fun, and others are life changing.  BeAmazing and share your story today on JustMy!

Like and Share justmymemphis on Facebook Click Now!