I’m so excited to be sharing with you today a fall decor home (apartment) tour. This year I went with a Farmhouse style theme with neutral colors. These pieces are a combination of hauls from Hobby Lobby, Ross, Target and Goodwill, but they came together beautifully.
Living in an apartment complex can be challenging when you want to decorate for the Fall Season, and that includes a small front porch. I’m lucky that I have my own area leading to my front door and I don’t share it with anyone. There’s plenty of space to put at least 3 containers and possibly more if I wanted.
This week I opened up the box that had my Fall decorations. I hadn’t added any new items in a few years, so they were looking a bit frazzled. I wanted to spruce them up and maybe add some new pieces. So out came the chalk paint! This year I wanted to incorporate my plants, especially my succulents. So I decided to showcase a couple of pumpkin planters.
When you love plants and buy so many that you run out of space, then you have to go up! I recently purchased some succulents and planted them in wall hanging planters. Space on the floor is at a premium in my apartment and balcony, so these planters worked out perfectly.
It’s (almost) Fall Y’all! And it’s not too early to start decorating with some Autumn inspired art. To help get you started, I’m giving you this free Autumn printable that you can easily print and place in a frame.
September is usually the month most of the United States starts to see changes in the temperature and the colors of leaves. The vibrant oranges, yellows, reds and shades of green are an artist’s palette. I hope this September 2017 calendar captures those images.
Where has the Summer gone?! In just a few days it will be September and time to start breaking out the Autumn decorations. The stores are definitely prepared for it already, So I put together a watercolor collection of printables and mugs to get you started.
Air Plants or Tillandsias are the newest trend in modern home decor for plants. I was so intrigued by them and knew I had to have some. But, how do I incorporate such a modern plant into my vintage home decor? Here’s how I did it…
Succulents are so popular right now and you know how much I love them. But, if you don’t necessarily have a green thumb to grow them, why not get some Succulent art prints? They bring the beauty of nature into your home and will always be healthy.
We’re settling into our new home and I recently created a dining room gallery wall with vintage thrift store finds. I had a very similar display in our previous home, but here I wanted to add more items. This past weekend’s Goodwill visit resulted in a couple of new items.