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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Fall Decor Inspiration to Copy

With the changing seasons and the upcoming holidays, we will all be entertaining more, so a lot of us are looking for ways to dress up our homes and give them a little bit of a new and updated look without breaking the bank.  A few well chosen and placed accessories can give a room a whole new look - almost like a mini-makeover.

If you have a brick wall almost anything you put in front of it will look amazing, but this whole vignette is gorgeous and full of easy to copy Fall inspiration.  How about taking a log you find in the yard and drill a few holes to hold some small votive candles and to poke a few dried hydrangeas into.
Another great tip here is to place some small pumpkins on candlesticks mixed in with your candles.

Home Stories A to Z
Black and white is always so chic and this room has been given a touch of fall with the use of faux fur.  Fur always reminds you of cool days and something to snuggle up too.  You could add a faux fur throw instead of the bench and get the same feeling.

Designs By Laila

Animal prints are a neutral that goes with any season but I especially love them for Fall.  How about adding one simple Skeleton to create Halloween chic.

Two Ladies & A Chair

Bring the outdoors in and add a few feathers & cotton stems for a really pretty centerpiece.  Take note of those fabulous faux pumpkins.  She gives you a tutorial for making those too.  (hint - Dollar Tree & fancy knobs.)

You already have all the pumpkins and candles, so cut up some birch branches and create a Farmhouse Fall Tablescape.  For that extra touch weave a few branches from the yard through your vignette.

Ella Claire

Fall just seems to bring up memories of plaids and cozy blankets.  Add in tons of texture and it brings a room together.

Golden Boys & Me

Even the most minor change makes a difference.  I simply added two dark blue pillows to warm up a really neutral and monochromatic room.  If you keep your home neutral most of the time, add a splash of a darker color with a throw or a couple of pillows and change the look in an instant.

What is your favorite trick to add some simple fall?

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  1. I really like the plates! There are so many antique plates at the brocantes, and some of them have such charming images and designs--really works of art.

  2. Lots of inspiration here. I believe the farmhouse look with the log is my favorite. I generally change out burnt orange hand towels in bathrooms, fall pillows with pumpkins that happen to match my "already on the sofa" pillows. The few Fall-colored fauxs that I like twirled around the candle holders that have off white candles, I invested in three sets of pumpkins that are not orange for inside decorations and they usually end up in vignettes around the room. I do put my fall plaid throw over the back of the sofa. All I know and do. JudyC

  3. All gorgeous ideas Marty. Love your living room for fall.

  4. This is beautifully decorated. Winter is coming and I found it really difficult to decorate my home. Because in winters with the home decoration it is really important to keep your home cozy also. I just loved your decoration tips.

  5. Marty, you need to change your blog name to the "Pillow Queen". Nice post, yes even the smallest pop of color will change a room. Grins, Sandi