Even though I live on the west coast of Florida, I can tell fall is in the air. Believe it or not the air is a little different and of course, the sunny Florida days are getting shorter. So I did get the fall decorations down from the attic, which isn’t much. Stop by come in see my fall home tour. The Shiplap pumpkin is easy to make for your fall decor.
I generally don’t decorate the mantel but this year I decided why not. On one side I put the 3 rustic pumpkins by the small landscape painting. You can make your own rustic pumpkin patch here and check out how I updated the small painting here. On the other side, I have a large vase for height and pumpkins on either side.
Moving to the coffee table and end table, I made small changes from when I transitioned from summer to fall.
I placed a small planter filled with magnolia pods and a plant to the end table. Nothing major.
My entryway opens right up to the Great Room. I have a small console table that I always decorate each season. I moved the vase of apples out and added in more rustic pumpkins and a little skeleton made from a clay pot, my nod to Halloween.
The house has a very open floor plan, the piano… no, I don’t play. I was going to take lessons when I retired but I started the blog instead. So I think of the piano as the bridge between the Great Room and the Dining Room. I added a tall candlestick I painted white and plopped a pumpkin on it.
The Dining Room got minimal changes. I took away the vase and added a cream pumpkin to the tray . By the way, the pumpkins are the Dollar Tree ones. You can do so much with them.
Then I removed the summer placemats and used the cream placemats with embroidered leaves. I bought them at Big Lots many years ago and love them. Plaid napkins that coordinate with the placemats and dishes complete the look.
The kitchen table is sporting fall placemats and napkins. The centerpiece is the tray I made and the Fabric Dollar Tree pumpkin along with candles.
That wraps up my fall tour. I am so glad you decided to stop by come in see my fall home tour.
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