It finally feels like Fall in Texas! Well, it's under 90 degrees which is considered Fall weather here. I've started to transition our home decor to a Fall theme to help get me in the mood (even if it's still 80 degrees most days).
Here are a few simple ideas to create an easy Fall decor transition:
I love decorating our entry table to different themes because it is the first thing guests see as they enter our home.
I changed the pillows around, and put the pillows from our master bedroom out in the entry hall because the color scheme brings more warmth to the decor. Swapping out items from different rooms is an easy way to change decor themes.
My favorite fall item is our Thankful Tree! I love walking into the house and having our Thankful Tree out greeting me. Such a wonderful reminder to be giving thanks daily.
Our Thankful Tree is our fall activity to record all the things we are thankful for on a leaf, and adds as a beautiful decor item as well.
And hearing the things Caleb is thankful for is hysterical! I asked him if he loves mommy, daddy, and Mila as we were writing our weekly "thankful leaves", and he said, "Yes! And Daddy's phone." Week 1, Caleb was thankful for "cars". Priorities from a 2 year old!
The kitchen is still filled with shades of blue, and I added some pumpkins and pinecones in the mix. I love the color combo!
I kept my couch pillows the same in the living room, and added a DIY pillow to bring a bit of warmth to our Fall decor. I created the image on photoshop, and made a custom pillow from Tiny Prints. I LOVE it! I think I'll be making custom pillows for every season because it was so easy to create! And if you don't have time to play with a DIY print, you can use mine! Download the "It's Fall Y'all" jpeg here, and upload it to Tiny Prints to create this pillow. It's my thankful gift to you!
And lastly, my favorite DIY chalkboard is the center of my mantle display. Our season of thanks is rooted in this, "Give thanks to the LORD for He is good." Psalm 118:1. Yes, God is good and He does good!
It's fall y'all! Happy fall decorating!