I understand that seasonal decorating is a capitalist scheme (instead of buying one set of knick knacks, you buy a set for each holiday/season), I just don’t care. Fall decorating smacks of the rustic more than other seasons, making my little progesterone-drenched heart flutter. I’m fairly new at this having only been a mother for two years (if you don’t get that connection click here), but I’m learning quickly. I aspire to get better. Right now I can aim for sparkly and cheap. Here’s a crash course in how a woman who never imagined non-ironically using the words “color scheme” decorates her home for fall in a cheaply cohesive manner.
Nothing Says Fall Like An Unnecessary Amount of Pumpkins
I’m not kidding. Big ones, small ones, plastic ones, shiny ones, fake-ass looking ones, most of them from the Dollar Tree. I like to dot unexpected places with them. This is soon becoming “everywhere.”
White Pumpkins Paired With Fall Bouquets Are Elegant
See? What’d I tell ya?
The Fireplace Is Too Busy Announcing The Season To Warm Us
The best thing about a fireplace mantel is seasonally decorating it. Hands down.
To Ensure Best Fall Decorating Sacrifice Lock Of Hair To Cute Scarecrow Scape
Martha Stewart, if you’re reading this, I need you to get a grip on the raging insecurity you must now be feeling. Don’t leave me any nasty comments.
I Want To Be These Ladies When I Grow Up
Do you guys decorate for fall? However you do it, tag me on Instagram, I’d love to see. If you liked this article, please share it!