Fall In Love With Home: Welcome Home

Wow! I can't believe that tomorrow is the first official day of fall, even though it will remain in the 90s here for a little while longer. I hope that y'all enjoyed the all of the posts last week, and I hope that you were able to look at your home differently and that love your home more! I was truly blessed writing these posts and learned more about myself and my home through writing this series. Today, I am going to start showing y'all my fall decor room by room! Fall is one of my favorite times of year to decorate because of the rich colors that the season brings.

I love a good entryway! The decor in the entryway can set the tone for the whole home, so I like to put a lot of thought and effort into this area of the home. I left some of the main pieces the same from the everyday decor to the seasonal decor, but then I changed up the small items to give it more of a fall feel.

The cotton wreath was a labor of love. When I first started to put it together, it looked like a mess and I was convinced that I was never going to get it in the shape of a circle, and much less get it to look like a wreath! But after a while of twisting and bending it finally took shape. I might just have to find a place for it all year long.

I love these little pumpkins! They have a little light in them, so then it is dark you can turn them on for a little flicker. I like to use items other than candles on a candle holder. Think outside the box!

For me, flowers are a must regardless if they are faux or real they just add a little something extra to a room.

I love the details on these vases. These were both thrift store finds for under $2 each!

Sources |
Black Frame: Kirkland’s
Cabinet: Marshalls
Candle Holder: Home Goods
Mini Pumpkin: Marshalls
Flowers: Michaels
Pumpkin Cupcake Candle: Bath & Body Works
Curtians: Fabric from Ikea {Post Here}

Welcome to my home! I hope you will come back and tour the rest of the fall decor in my home with me over the next week and a half!

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