Now that we’re officially in the Fall Season here in the United States, I’m ready to prepare my home for colder weather with a cozy revamp. To inspire you to make your historic (or maybe just older?) home feel more like Autumn in the Northeast, I’m showing you 10 of my favorite DIY decor projects for Fall.
I love Halloween. Have I made that point clear yet? It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Sao every year when a new batch of fun Halloween decorations premieres, I am super excited to see what I might be able to snatch up (if I wait until November 1st for the clearance). This year, my particular obsession was a mirror and skeleton set from Grandin Road. The snag? It’s $500! No clearance sale will ever make that affordable. So I decided to make my own. He’s not as sinister as the original, but I think he’s great nonetheless.
It seems like people mostly assume Fall is a style and they don’t want to commit to a complete overhaul of their spaces for just a couple of months’ impact. I totally get it. I wouldn’t do that either! So instead, I’m showing you how I’ve updated my own living room with autumnal touches that stay true to my own style. The impact is the same (some might even say better) but the effort is minimal.
In this series, I’ll explore one pre-designed room and pull budget-conscious look-alike pieces. None of these rooms is an actual room a client has requested. These are spaces I’ve chosen to mimic. Therefore, I’m offering these for free. If you have a specific room for which you’d like to get sourcing …
I showed you all last week how easily I was able to update my guest room with a little paint, some $10 drop cloths, and new throw pillow covers. Those were the only decorative accents I introduced to that room and it looked like an entirely new space, right?