I love the fall! It is one of my most favorite times of the year. I don't really do much seasonal decorating in the spring and summer, and fall kind of kicks off the change in decor around our home. (It also kicks off the season of boots, leggings and scarves, but that's not what you are here for. You can see more of that fun if you follow me on Instagram.)
This year, I decided to go pretty traditional with lots of reds and oranges in my fall decor. (You can see how I decorated last year here and here.) Without further delay, let's get this tour started. You can see above what our porch looks like. We haven't picked out pumpkins yet, but they will eventually go out here too, for now a little fake pumpkin adds some color.
I made this simple wreath with a few leaves I snipped off of larger stem and stuck them to a mirror frame that I had wrapped in white and navy string. I had a hard time getting the "C" to hang straight, so I just attached it with gold wire. I like how it just floats in the middle of the wreath.
I added a large stem of leaves and flowers to our entryway console. (Here's a tip on the fall greenery: wait until November/December and stock up on the clearance stems for next year. Those suckers are expensive if you don't catch a sale or clearance. I got almost all of mine for 80-90% off at Hobby Lobby last year!)
Those copper bowls that I shared on Instagram that I picked up at the flea market a few weeks ago are perfect for fall.
More bright and fun fall color throughout our living room. Nothing is overly fussy, just simple little groupings spread around our spaces.
The jar of marbles adds a colorful touch in the dining area, and the leaves bring out oranges and reds. The copper colander is all bright and shiny and filled to the top with inexpensive fake mini pumpkins and gourds that I spray painted white.
What is your favorite season?