Bringing some cozy Fall vibes your way today! I spruced up our family room a few weeks ago and we’ve been loving the changes.
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This beautiful Fall print was my inspiration this year. I ended up taking the glass frame off of it (the reflection of our french doors was driving me crazy!) and the colors are so bright and vivid. Just stunning! It reminds me of our time in Virginia and I’m going to be bummed when it’s time to take it down!
You all know that I struggle decorating this fireplace mantle because it’s so big. I found this large ceramic vase and filled it with my favorite faux Fall leaves. Then I just layered some of my cutting boards on the right! I needed something with some height and love the warmth the different shades of wood bring into the room. Fun for a change!
*pumpkins are real :)
It wouldn’t be Fall without a dough bowl full of pumpkins somewhere right? I turned my fireplace on for these pics and kept checking my pumpkins to make sure they weren’t wilting! Planning on moving this fun display when/if we actually get to use our fireplace this Fall. ;)
I kept my shelves really simple and just put a favorite basket on the bottom, my staple wood oval trays on the top (always fun with a few white pumpkins inside!) and this favorite pot with a faux plant the middle.
This room is making me so happy this year. The warm colors and touches of gold.. isn’t Fall decor comfortable and inviting? It’s my favorite. Until Christmas decor comes around and then that’s my favorite. And Spring in the Spring..
and my husband thinks I’m picky? What does he know.. ;)
Here’s a fun Fall decorating idea.. toss some wheat (I got mine at the craft store) in a glass jar and tie some wooden beads around the top. So simple and perfect for a side table, coffee table, centerpiece, etc.
More pics of this space because I took too many. But you already knew that. :)
I hope you enjoyed my touches of Fall in the family room! This room has been a mess all weekend so these pics are inspiring me to whip things back in shape tomorrow. Does anyone else feel like your home gets turned upside down and shaken around during the weekend? Monday is always a major “put things back together” day for me after the kids go back to school.
Pumpkin spice candle will be burning strong. :)