Showing posts with label Fall Accessorizing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fall Accessorizing. Show all posts

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Building A Fall Vignette + Video

Hi there! Today I will be sharing my latest fall vignette. As you come in the front door, we have a large Georgian Style staircase. Remember my farmhouse vignette post (below)? Well, I tried to mimic that look, but on the other side of my staircase.
 H E R E   IS  MY   V I D E O
(How To Build A Fall Vignette - You will see me start from scratch and build this pretty, festive Fall Display)
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Arched Iron Gate, Wreath, 2 Topiaries, 1 Candle Holder, Ribbon, Raffia, Beaded Lamp, Fall Floral Picks, Fall Garlands, Cloche filled with Fall colored beads, orange lights, and a porcelain chicken.
Decorating should be about having fun while you are being creative, and I had fun creating this vignette.
I found this chicken at Homegoods over the summer. I was trying to make my bird look like she was nesting . 
 My how I love adding these orange lights, it makes everything glow.
The picture below is what my vignette looks like without the glow of orange lights.
 This shot was taken in the afternoon. I love this look....it has fall written all over it. 
Thanks for visiting, hope y'all have a great weekend.
XOXO, ~Liz

Thursday, September 15, 2016

DIY Farmhouse Box - Decorated For Fall (Video)

Hi there! Join me and I'll show you my new ~ Rustic Farmhouse Box that my husband built for me. Come see how I made this box a beautiful focal point and centerpiece for a table in my hallway.
B E L O W   IS   MY    V I D E O
Sigh, I just love this time of year. I think I like fall decorating better than Christmas decorating. 
 Here you can see a glimpse of my farmhouse box. I intended to use it on my dining room table, but ended up going this route instead.
 The candles you see here smell like pumpkin spice, the smell is divine. I love adding height to my decor, it makes the vignette more interesting to look at.
 Cozy, Cozy. Cozy.
 The pumpkins and gourds I found at Walmart and added them into the mix.
 So there's my farmhouse box decorated for Fall. 
Thanks for visiting.
XOXO, ~Liz
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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

My Autumn Front Porch and Video

Welcome to my front porch decorated for Fall. I will be adding fall mums and real pumpkins and gourds, and maybe some corn stalks, but for now, this is what it looks like.
I love Autumn, it's my favorite time of year. I always get excited to decorate my porch every year. Your porch should be welcoming and cheerful and represent your style.
I added vibrant Autumn colors. I wanted the colors to POP! 
 I added orange lights in my garland and around the candle in my lantern.
My porch GLOWS at night, it's so pretty. I will try and do a night video so you can see how pretty these orange lights are.
 If you have pots on the front porch, set a wreath on top of your pot and add a pumpkin.
I got these pillows at Ross last week, perfect for the porch! 
Don't forget to hang a wreath on your door. Fall is the perfect time to add one, if you don't have one already.
Check out my V I D E O below.

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Monday, September 5, 2016

My Autumn Tree And Video

Hi Everyone, I hope you enjoyed the long extended weekend, we did. Join me today, and I will share my Autumn Tree that I decorated.
This is how my tree looked as I began to fill in with my floral picks.
I always have fun playing with different ways to add in the picks.
The colors just pop!
I love the way the light hits the top of my tree-topper in the morning.
So, this year, no deco mesh on my tree. Instead, I ran to the Dollar Tree and picked up tons of floral picks and ribbon, that's it, super simple. Umm, and cheap to boot!
 This is my black halloween tree I drag out every year. This tree was pre-lit with white lights, but I added two strands of orange lights to add that warm autumn glow at night. I began dressing the tree with the tree 
topper and worked my way down the tree. You will see more detail in the video below.
 I absolutely love this tree. It is void of any and all ornaments. So, when I say it's simple, it is! All I did was use floral picks and ribbon.
 The colors are a bit more muted that what I normally use, but I love it.
 When I think of Autumn, I think of all of these wonderful colors throughout the tree. 
 It really glows and adds warmth - very, very cozy, indeed!
 Kids love these trees, so if you have children and even if you don't, you will really enjoy this type of tree all Autumn long.
 Add some Fall ornaments, or create a "themed tree" for fall - pack the tree with pumpkins, owls, etc....and you can transition it into a Halloween Tree in October.
Below is a quick video snippet I took, I hope you like it. 

Thanks for visiting, sweet friends. 

xoxo, Liz
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Friday, September 2, 2016

Decorate Your Candle Chandelier For Fall

Hi there! Join me and I'll show you how I decorated my candle chandelier for Fall.
I found this candle chandelier at Ross for only $13.99. I knew just where I would put it, above my kitchen island. 
I dressed the chandelier by looping two different garlands around the bottom of it, and then added candles....simple, simple, simple.
 I love the ambiance, so warm and festive.
 See...it has that Autumn glow. 
Below is a quick video snippet of my chandelier. 

Thanks for visiting! 
xoxo ~ Liz

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Fall Entertainment Center

Happy Friday, Friends! Today, I would like to share my Entertainment Center decorated for Fall.  
On the top two shelves I have two large oversized plates in green and brown. I keep these plates out year long.
I placed a pumpkin on top of my book boxes.
On the lower two shelves, I placed two Autumn plates on either side, and accessorized with a Fall arrangement, a black bird, and a basket with a pumpkin sitting in it.
Here is the middle portion decorated. See my Owls up top? I placed the Owls in amongst greenery, fall leaves, pumpkins, and corn.
I had to Tuscan-ize this arrangement a bit, so I added my metal wall decor and hung a fall wreath from it. I sat my Tuscan canisters and two topiaries on either side.
I love this wreath.
In the below picture, I added a simple porcelain pumpkin. 
On this shelf, I added the other matching Autumn plate and placed a pumpkin in a basket.
Thanks for stopping by and have a fantastic weekend! XO, ~Liz
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

No More "Cookie Cutter" Kitchen

Hi there, friends! Today, I would like like to share my new display cabinet in the kitchen. A cabinet to display things for every season! 
I like to branch away from "cookie-cutter" kitchens. Why not personalize a kitchen to your style and decorating taste, right? So, that's what I did!
I removed the cabinet doors and hardware,  removed the shelves, and then ran to Home Depot for some spray paint primer, and some paint.
I purchased these shelf brackets from Home Depot to add some extra support.
I decided to go with Black paint, I thought it would look good against the warm colored cabinets.
You can see the paint is drying in the photo above. 
I couldn't wait to start accessorizing for Fall.
I started with the top shelf and began to layer things. I started with some green floral pieces and then added a fall garland to that. I placed a pumpkin on a pedestal and then added pumpkins, fall corn, and a fall berry garland to finish the look.
I added an Autumn sign, and below that shelf, a Rooster Platter and some pumpkins propped up on candle holders. Lastly, I placed an acorn and one more pumpkin beside it, and whala, project complete!
I am proud to report that my house is all decorated for fall. The only thing left to do is my "Fall Tree" but I will hold off a few more weeks. The house looks so warm and cozy, I have so much to share, can't wait!
Thanks for visiting! XOXO, ~Liz
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