You Can Elegantly Decorate For Fall With A Chic, Neutral Color Palette!
If Pumpkin Spice Is Wrong, I Don’t Want To Be Right
PSL’s are on the menu again which means fall is officially in the air! Are you getting any of the fall feels? While we don’t get much of a true fall season here in Southern Cal, it has always been my favorite. Fall fashion, fall décor, a bit of a cool breeze—there are so many reasons to love this time of year. When it comes to fall home décor, do you prefer the brighter shades or neutrals? I tend to steer away from bright orange and lean toward shades of white and beige with a touch of bronze and green. This way, my seasonal updates can last through Thanksgiving. You can elegantly decorate for fall with a chic, neutral color palette! Subtle tweaks feel festive yet sophisticated. If you’re looking for a few neutral, autumn-inspired pieces, we’ve got some great options.
What’s your favorite fall time activity? Decorating the house (shocking!) and baking are high on my list, but shopping all the exciting new fall fashion literally makes me giddy. If you missed Erin’s post and video on the latest fall fashion trends, be sure to check it out here.
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This vase is beautiful and looks way more expensive than $29.99. I actually ordered the 16” and the 12”. Perfect for eucalyptus or pampas grass stems. If pairing them together, I’d fill the taller one and leave the smaller one empty. The vase opening is small so you don’t need a ton of filler.
I purchased a few of these last fall and I’m happy to see they are back this year. The vanilla pumpkin scent is lovely. If you want a candle with less of a "pumpkin-y" smell, this might be better for you than #8.
I’ve been known to enjoy a bag (or 5) of candy corn. Sad but true. Don’t you think the sugary gems will look sweet in this glass pumpkin? If you don’t have a sweet tooth, a candle would look festive inside too.
Susan has been in the magazine publishing industry for just over 25 years focusing on marketing, circulation, and editorial and is currently the Managing Editor for the Where Women Create series of magazines. Susan resides in sunny San Diego, CA with her husband, teen boys, and pathetically perfect pup, Rusty. With a passion for pretty things, witty words, travel, and all things family, writing HOME content comes naturally because, truth be told, her homebody game is strong! There’s no place like home!
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