FALL Decor inspiration from the FARMHOUSE.
FALL in Indiana turns into this beautiful landscape of color. It is my favorite time of the year as most of you know if you have been visiting here at the Farmhouse for very long.
After a long and humid summer, the air turns cool and crisp, its time to bring out the cozy sweaters, enjoy all the cinnamon and apple recipes, bonfires, hayrides. We have an Apple Orchard that is only a couple of miles away and they have the best apples and fudge you can imagine.
I am sharing easy ways to start you Fall decorating. Even if you do not go all out with Fall decorating, why not have a little fun by adding a pumpkin here or a wild flower bouquet there.
It only takes minutes to add some of these Fall decor ideas to your home.
I am anxious to get my home Fall ready and will be starting on it this weekend. How about you?
Painted mason jar with Goldenrod and purple Ironweed. Both of these grow in an abundance here in the Midwest. These are like the final flowers of Summer and bring in the Fall.
Looking forward to all the colors that we will be seeing soon. This is a photo from last Fall.
Add little pumpkins around the house on a window sill or on a table. These little adorable pumpkins will only cost you pocket change.
Pumpkin on a pedestal…..easy, simple.
I adore white pumpkins. To see more this Fall Tour click here.
Layering items adds interest for example, putting a jar/bouquet inside a bird-cage.
Make a fall banner…..easy and fun….Fall Burlap Banner.
I hope some of these ideas give you inspiration for Fall decorating in your home. Do you decorate for Fall? If so, do you go all out or more on the side of simple?
AND…….on Friday, September 16th, I am joining with 20+ bloggers to bring you 5 days of Home Styles – Before and Afters. I hope you will check it out, it is sure to be interesting to see how the ladies have evolved into their current Home Decorating Styles and very inspirational too.
Thanks for stopping in for a few minutes…….I would love to hear you comments and thoughts. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below.