Fallifying Your Home

I looked it up, and ‘Fallifyingis a word, lol.  We’re talking simple ways that you can bring Fall into your home in order to make the most of September, my personal favorite transition month!  🙂  The morning air turned today, and when I took Kuma outside at about 4:45 AM, there was a slight chill in the air.  It was exciting!  That’s part of the reason I love this time of the year so much…  There’s so much promise — cold weather, more frequent family time, and of course, pumpkin everything!

Some of you may be waiting to decorate for Halloween until next month, so I thought I’d share some simple things that you can do around your home to switch out your Summer decor and make it a little bit warmer.

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Bring in some warm-colored flowers, and throw them into a basket instead of a pot.  The basket will add a layer of texture that is perfect for colder months.

Screen Shot 2017-03-15 at 7.01.59 AMThrifty Decor Chick

These velvet pumpkins are everywhere these days, but I love them so much.  They are the first things to come out at my in-laws’ house every year.  And you can get them lots of different places — AJ’s, HomeGoods, etc.

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Throw some gourds, pine cones, and kale in a bowl for a quick centerpiece.  Take out the kale, and it’s perfect for day-to-day decor.  I love the white-washed colors in this display.

Screen Shot 2017-03-15 at 7.04.22 AMJulie Blanner

I’m a fan of using antlers as decor pretty much any time of the year, but especially during the Fall and Winter months, I love ’em!  How pretty is this idea?  I would love to see this sitting on a side or foyer table.

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And how about this for cute and easy?

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Country Living

Of course, pinecones are always an effortless choice, too.

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