Tuesday, September 30, 2014

New Chandelier Decorated For Fall

Hello Friends! Today, I would like to share my new chandelier decorated for Fall.
If you like this look, you can create everything you see here by going to Michael's. So, let me get to the supplies needed....
I purchased 5 glittery floral picks in the Halloween section.
 5 Sunflower Picks from the Fall section.
 One roll of wired jute ribbon, in the ribbon section.
Two fall garlands, fall section.
Lastly, I purchased one 9ft. Christmas garland. (Christmas aisle)
Here is my new Tuscan style chandelier.
So this is how you assemble and layer the following items.
Step #1: Drape the Christmas garland around each branch of the chandelier, tie it on using the branches....they act like twist ties. When that is done, you can now use the christmas garland to tie in and secure your fall garlands into place.
All that's left to do is stick your fall picks in where you want them and then swag the Jute ribbon in, using the christmas garland branches to secure it into place.
Super easy, very inexpensive, and makes and huge impact when you enter the room!
Cozy, warm, and festive for fall.
 I have so much to show you, but I've been so busy it's been difficult to sit down and do a post. Below is a sneak peek of my kitchen decorated for Fall.
 I can't wait to share my Baker's Rack decorated for Fall, it's so cute!
Well that's it for today! Thanks for stopping by! XOXO, ~Liz
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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Autumn Table Display

Hi there! I hope everyone is having a fantastic week! Well, the weather here in Washington has changed, it is now cooler and rainy, so I am back in "nesting" mode, ha!  
 I started off by hanging a fall wreath from my mirror using burlap ribbon.
 Two Tuscan style pots sit beside a galvanized metal basket  holder which is filled with wooden acorns and a mix of faux pumpkins and gourds.
 The colors POP against the black table and mirror.
 The Gourds in the wreath mimic the Gourds in the metal basket.
 The Pineapple basket I always use in entryways, because the pineapple symbol has been a universal sign of hospitality and welcome for many centuries all over the world.
If you have a basket, a basket of any shape and size....just toss some pumpkins and fall leaves inside, and ba-bam, instant color and impact! 
Beside my table sits two Tuscan style chairs, and this completes my foyer Fall Display!
 I have a ton of things to show you, so stay tuned!
 Thanks for stopping by! XOXO, ~Liz
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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Tuscan Style Wall Shelf Decorated For Fall

Hello Friends! Today, I would like to share a Tuscan style wall shelf, decorated for Fall.  I found the Fleur De Lis metal wall art at Ross, and the black shelf at Hobby Lobby.
The greenery is from Hobby Lobby and the sunflower arrangements are from Wegmans. 
All I did was set the greenery down on either side of the pumpkin and then stuck the sunflower floral picks into the greenery. Simple, simple, simple.
I just love the pop of color on this wall shelf.
You can find this pumpkin at Tuesday Morning.
I must admit, I have a Fleur De Lis obsession.
Pretty, inexpensive, and festive for Fall.
What are you placing on your wall shelves for Fall? Thanks for visiting! XO, ~Liz
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Welcome To Our Front Porch

Happy Fall Y'all!  Today, I'm here to show our front porched decked for fall. This year, as you can see, there is no deco mesh in my garland. I decided to go without out it this fall and try something different.
I ran to Michael's and grabbed (3) 6ft. christmas garlands. I, first, hung the green xmas garland around my door. I then added in my fall garland and tied them into the green garland using the branches. Super easy! I added some fall berry garlands and some burlap ribbon. Whala, complete!
I found this cute pumpkin wreath at Homegoods today and hung it with my burlap ribbon.
While at Michael's...this Rooster and vase jumped out at me and were 50% off. I knew I would incorporate them into my porch display, somehow!
I founds this metal wall art at Ross and hung a fall wreath on it that I purchased from Rite Aid. 
(Have you see Rite Aids fall goodies? So cute!)
If you have some metal wall art, get a twisty tie and tie it onto the piece. You can do this throughout the seasons.
A view of the porch!
I am *so* enjoying all the fall colors in my displays, so warm and cozy!
I added some fall wheat to a planter and stuck greenery in around it.
I threw in some orange looking pillows, perfect for Fall! 
I picked up this sign from Homegoods and placed a faux pumpkin beside it.
The twig pumpkins you see on the table are from Rite Aid.  Drugstores often carry the cutest holiday decor.
I'm planning to add boo-blinker lights that are orange and amber colored throughout my garland.
 Last fall, I found this house and never dreamed that it was possible to purchase it, this year, I'm in awe that we ARE here, and feel extremely thankful. 
Here is a close-up of my garland.
I may even spot-light the front door for fun....
Have you decorated your front porch for Fall? What did you do this year, I would love to know? Soon, I will be adding fall mums in all colors and REAL pumpkins.
Thanks for visiting, sweet friends! 
XOXO, ~Liz
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Let's talk Pumpkins

Hi there! Many of you will be pulling out your fall pumpkins (if you haven't already) in the next few weeks.  The anticipation of fall, cooler weather, and cozy homes are driving many of us to start early. I am one of them! ;)
Today, I'm going to share a few ideas on how to "jazz up" how your pumpkins are displayed.  
Place a few pumpkins and gourds on a pedestal and add some fall leaves and berries. Simple. Festive. Pretty.
Here I have mixed one pumpkin in amongst my fall owls and leaves display.
Add your everyday greenery in with your pumpkin display, it tends to soften the look.
Add pumpkins in with greenery, artichokes, corn, berries, and a sunflower, or two!
If you have a dining room that doesn't get used often, why not decorate the table for fall. Place a charger down, put a plate on top of the charger, and add a pumpkin for a cute fall table display.
Instead of placing candles on your candle holders, place pumpkins on top.
 When decorating your hutches, or shelves, add greenery and fall plates.
If you have baskets or decorative boxes, add some greenery and set pumpkins down on it.
If you have a cloche, add glittery faux pumpkins, it adds a beautiful pop of color in any room.
Take your big glass candle holders and drop in a bag of pumpkin potpourri and add a festive fall candle.
Add pumpkins around your candles.
Fill a basket with some moss and set pumpkins on top.
Use pumpkins next to your table centerpiece.
Scatter pumpkins along any shelf using different sizes and styles.
Real pumpkins are best, so add them to your tabletops, so festive! Thanks for visiting! 
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