Tuesday

{ Fall Decorating }


Frizzy hair season has gone, and Fall is movin' in.
It's time to change out the clothes and the decor.
Don't sweat it though. I've got some simple, easy and often free ideas for how you can bring Fall into your home.

Last year I painted this fabulous Fall sign curiosity of Ella Claire.
And, the sweater pumpkins were a cinch to make.


I also made some original pumpkins with music sheet paper and guest napkins.
I reused the old black metal shutters that used to hang on our house as a back drop for the vintage paper wreath. (remember it's Fall, so layer people layer!)


The black bat mantel was a huge hit and a great craft to do with your kids.
It's simply made from black card stock cut into different sized bat shapes, then creased in the center. I use double side tape to attach them to the wall.



Although this window box filled with pine cones looked great and was free, skip the candles. This little project went up in flames one night while hosting a party.


Our first Fall in this home I filled the fireplace with pumpkins painted with flames and candles.


So there you have it. A bunch of ideas for you to bring Fall into your home without stress.

For more ideas check out my pinterest Fall page. I have a Fall DIY page and a Fall Style page.
And, if you love to camp in the Fall, I even have a Camping Style page.

9 comments:

  1. Very nice ideas Denise. Thanks for sharing. Luv the window box with pinecones and candles.. I will be using the battery operated ones though :-)

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  2. Oh my so clever! I love the shutters turned sideways and the flames on the pumpkins- Fantastic! Here from pinterest.

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  3. I like your ideas.

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  4. gorgeous...I might have to copy that banner on the fireplace! Christine from Little Brags

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  5. I have been trying to get some ideas how to decorate my mantle.I LOVE that pumpkin and pine cone.Thanks for sharing!!

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About Denise

Denise Sabia, interior decorator and author of “The Painted Home” blog, takes everyday items found in flea markets, thrift shops or simply along the roadside and turns them into unique pieces that freshen and warm your home … without breaking your budget. Denise began dabbling in design over 20 years ago and studied at Philadelphia University. Her client base continued to grow as did her portfolio of work, branching out to decorating entire homes. Denise lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. with her husband, 3 kids, a dog, rabbit, 3 chickens, a gecko, and the oldest living hermit crab known to man.

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