Fall Decor

I've always said I'm never a big fan of fall...mostly because I just love summer. It also means we are one step closer to winter. However, I have enjoyed decorating the house for fall! After a few DIY projects and painting our living room (with Benjamin Moore's White Dove) I'm excited to share some of it! I made this tassel ghost garland by following this tutorial and made the bows with a ribbon from Michael's.

I loved combining the textures in these pumpkins on the mantle. My mom made the velvet ones with real pumpkin stems, and I found the knit ones (with cinnamon stick stems) at a local antique store.

I was not sure what to do with this blue and white piece that I picked up last year. It was actually first used to hold the cards at our wedding, but I wasn't quite sure how to make use of it again. However, I really liked how these gourds fit in it!

My console table got a little seasonal update! These mini pumpkins fit right into a little blue and white bowl (that I also wasn't sure what to do with) and hanging the preserved boxwood wreath with the same ribbon I used on the mantle garland.

I re-purposed the small amount of fall decor I used to have in my Charlotte apartment in the guest room/my office. I found the hot pink pumpkins (with glittery stems) at an antique store last year!

The other side of the room with mini pumpkins from Target.

I got a little too eager to decorate the front steps and bought my mums a little too early. I was also pleasantly surprised by the yellow/orange mums growing in these pots left by the previous homeowners. So they unfortunately are the only ones left, but we enjoyed the white and purple ones while they lasted!

Thanks for reading!

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