Bring some coziness to the table by using an old, plaid wool blanket as a tablecloth. It's very fitting for fall and saves purchasing extra linens. A patchwork quilt or simply a plaid piece of fabric would stand in nicely as well.
Similar to layering jackets with sweaters during the cold winter months, textiles cozy up this winter-inspired bedroom. Ensure guests stay warm by leaving them extra-warm covers at the foot of the bed, like this off-white cable-knit blanket and cashmere plaid throw.
These two ordinary throw pillows have been added on to with festive touches. A plaid blanket scarf makes one look cozy and seasonal while a simple white bow makes the other look like a Christmas present.
A twin over full bunk bed in a mix of rustic wood and iron brings mountain style to the design of this space. Mixing and matching pillows in neutral tones against brown plaid blankets nod to western style without feeling kitschy.
Forget plain old paintings and sketches -- the art in this teen's room is a unique combination of antique tennis racquets and an oversized metal initial. Rustic plaid linens are complemented with contemporary-inspired -- and matching -- striped pillow, throw blanket and window treatments. Antique record boxes serve as a storage space-packed bedside table.
A traditional wicker rocking chair, with a pocket for books and magazines, looks completely fresh next to a modern brass floor lamp. The plaid wool blanket and rocker rock fireplace surround add nice warmth and texture to this reading corner.
Why settle for a blanket and a basket when setting up a table and chairs would make your picnic guests feel super special for just a little bit more effort? Find a scenic setting in a valley, a grove of trees, a pretty field, an orchard, or even a quiet corner in your own back yard. Use a lightweight or folding table and chairs to create the wow-factor without the heavy lifting.