I am joining in with the Seasons of Home bloggers to show our family/living rooms. Season change is always a time when I love to revisit my decor, and change things up a bit. In many of my design clients homes, we are starting to bring in touches of fall as well, and visit fresh furniture layouts. In my own home, I really wanted to add some of my own hand-painted fall art into my decor, and I was tired of the mirror that I’ve had above the mantel forever now.
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It started when I found this great basket at Homegoods for my coffee table, and I filled it with plants ( a Pothos,and a Snake plant). I tucked a few pumpkins in for color, and a few wood beads, and I love how they look against the greenery.
I love how simple and pretty it is. I liked last year’s decor too. I think every year is my new favorite.
I changed out my blue velvet drapes from something a little lighter. This side of the house can get dark in the fall,and I wanted to bring as much light in as possible. I tend to get down in the dumps after the holidays, when winter really kicks in. I am an outdoors, sun and garden person. In reality, I probably have SAD, so bringing in as much winter sun as possible really helps. I am really going to up my plants this year too.
I love the curtains, because thought they are a floral pattern, I felt like the colors were fall-ish, and they went well with my rug from Target. They don’t have it anymore, but this one from Wayfair is very similar, in fact, I almost like it better.
I added a few pumpkins, and a fall throw to bring in some color, and fall texture.
I decided to keep my mantel simple, and just add the new art pieces, and a few pumpkins and grasses. You can find pillow versions, and canvases of these prints here.
I decorated a lot with grasses from my yard. This is Quaking grass, and I love how the ends turn a pretty golden yellow.
Thank you so much for joining me for a little tour around my living room! Make sure to visit the other bloggers sharing their fall decor!
If you love boho style. You can watch a video of how to make a decorative paint poured bowl here.