Fall officially arrives on September 23rd, but I am getting ready by having both my indoor and outdoor fall decor done. I still haven't transitioned my closet over yet. I will wait till the weather is a lot cooler before I put the warm weather clothes away.
Today I want to share some of my indoor fall decor and next week I'll show my outside fall decor. As always, the first item to be transitioned over is my metal tier tray which sits in the center of my dining room table. I change the decor of this tray out for every season and holiday. They are so much fun.
I bought all the ceramic pumpkins, hay bales, and the orange sign from the Dollar Store. Everything else I had already in my stash.
One thing I noticed when looking at other people's trays on Instagram is that I use a lot of florals in mine in comparison to other people's trays. I don't know if that's right or wrong as I don't think there are any rules to decorating tiered trays. I just know that after I put all my items in my tray, I don't like seeing "Holes" and so I fill those holes with florals.
I always include a coffee mug in my trays. This leaf print one is from the Dollar Store.
Faux birds are a favorite decorating accent of mine too. Do you see one n the coffee mug?
My dining room has a plate rail going all the way around the room. I changed out all the plates to fall ones. I then did a fall vignette on all the other surfaces in the room: the two dining hutches and the piano.
I changed out the peachy-pink glass ware I had in the dining room hutch for spring/summer and replaced them with fall china.
I also changed the place mats from the blue & white ones I had on the table all summer, to these natural round ones. I thought the rough texture was perfect for fall.
The "Grateful, Thankful, Blessed" sign is up on the wall most of the year, but it seems to be especially appropriate for fall/Thanksgiving.
I did put a little fall decor in the rest of my home, but I will only share a few pictures as some of the rooms are very dated and haven't been renovated yet. This is my entry table that greets guests when they first enter my home. The "Hello" basket and galvanized pitcher and rooster are there most of the year. I just added some fall garland to the table.
On the metal accent tray also in that room, I changed out the spring floral and added a couple of fall stems.
In the upstairs bedrooms I simply switched out the spring floral arrangement for a fall one on the nightstands.
What about you? Have you decorated your house for fall yet? I'd love to hear from you!
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