Decorating for a specific holiday and season can ramp up that freaking out feeling. If people get intimidated decorating for their home in a general sense, upping the ante and having a specific season can feel like wayyy too much work. I am here to crush dreams, well let’s actually say nightmares. Decorating nightmares. I have some quick, simple and crazy low cost solutions to add a little fall to your home. These projects all need either hot glue guns or tape. Either will work great.
I had these two ceramic vases that I purchased years ago from Goodwill. I created the sequin pumpkins (which can be found here) and the leaf mason jars (link here). This all worked really well together except for these ceramic vases. One of these things is not like the other, the blue was not working with the rest of the look.
I got this ribbon? I say it as a question because I am not sure what to call it. It is a paper that has the appearance of wood or tree bark. Anyways, this “ribbon” was purchased from Michael’s craft store for like $2 or so.
One thing I planned for when purchasing my couch was to bring out color with throw pillows. I have standard 24×24 pillows and have pillow shams for them, which I change up. I usually rock a gray and turquoise look year round. I purchased these yellow and gray pillows from a Etsy store. It is a fun touch to a fall feel.
My house tends to have a very gray specific theme going on. I am 50 shades of gray around here. Wait, what? Anyways, bringing in a few brown tones for fall is the best way to warm up a space for fall. I have this chair and throw on my front porch and adore the coziness of it all!