Welcome! If you are new here, I am glad you stopped by. If you are a long time follower, thank you for your faithfulness! Today I am lucky enough to be a part of a Fall Home Tour Blog Hop. It is going to be full of great ideas and creativity. Don’t you just love how everyone has a different eye and perception for designing?
I have some Simple Ideas For Fall to go along with our Fall 2015 Home Tour Blog Hop.
I love decorating for Fall.
Especially using what I already have. Whether it is vintage book pages, old cake pans, muffin tins, or even a real bird’s nest, I like to decorate with all of it.
If you didn’t know already, we live in a small condo in Las Vegas. I try to make it as homey and give a cottage feel as much as I can.
Something as simple as a pillow, a wreath, and some bittersweet gives our tiny porch a welcoming Fall feeling.
I found my most favorite Fall candle scent-Vanilla/Cinnamon at Kirklands. I haven’t been able to find it for a few years. Yay! Now it smells like Fall. And how cute is the tin leaf tied with the jute?
My tea lights are resting in tart tins on real wooden stumps. I love how they look at night.
And my vintage muffin tin is a fun way to add creativity to a tablescape or tray. The candles fit perfectly in the cups.
I love blue, so my Fall decorating always includes touches of blue here and there.
I pull out my pecan and pine cone garland for Fall decorating and sometimes use it through the first of the year.
Another way to use pine cones. I placed them in peat pots and spray painted them metalic gold. It was actually featured on Huffington Post last year.
Like I said, I like to keep blue tied in somehow. Adding real fruits and veggies adds texture and variety, as I did with these tangelos.
After I purchased a thrifted tiered basket and fluted pan, I added pomegranates and artichokes to make a centerpiece.
Pumpkins on candle sticks are one of my fave ideas. Especially the pumpkins with variegated colors.
For a fun and unique idea on my tablescape, I dipped the handles of my flatware in Fusion Mineral Paint. I am excited for my family and friends to see!
I couldn’t have been more thrilled when I was walking back from a swim when I spotted this nest under a pine tree. It was empty, in perfect shape and a great size for a pumpkin to find a home. How come everything looks so much better under glass?
A Fall Family Bucket List is always fun for any family. You can have a FREE copy by right clicking the picture and pressing PRINT. It is my Fall gift to you.
I will be sharing how I made my book page and burlap garland next Tuesday, I hope you will join me then.
Thanks for joining me in my Fall Home tour. I hope you were inspired to create your own Simple Ideas For Fall. It doesn’t have to be a lot of work. Just use what you have and enjoy the process.
Make it a lovely day and take some time to see ALL 20 of the Fall Home Tour Blog Hop below:
Fall 2015 HOME TOUR Blog Hop
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