I wanted to do a less traditional fall tour this year. I didn’t go hunting for pumpkins. My usually colorful home has become a little more neutral and I worked with some greenery I had in the garden and one beautiful croton bush and calathea from the local produce junction.
Lets get started:
For my horse bowl below I walked around our fall garden and just picked whatever is
currently blooming and still alive. A couple of succulents and mums work perfectly together.
Oh and since I made a flower arrangement, could you vote for my stylemaker flower arrangement on the BHG website by clicking HERE (Make sure to click the “next” button at the bottom of the page to make the vote count)? You have to scroll down to see Cuckoo4Design’s. Thanks so so much!
And I feel like I always need angle shot of this living room view because it’s my favorite:
The throw on the chair is actually a table runner which you can find HERE:
This is the Otomi inspired pattern that I worked on and which is now available in my Etsy shop. Click HERE to see.
It’s perfect for Ikea Besta doors or you could even use it on a window cornice. I will write an extra post about it yet. I know again that it’s not for everyone because it is so busy but I’m digging it.
Who can resist a Lama in a sweater? I sure can’t!
If you are new here you can also see the rest of my plate wall by clicking HERE.
And if you follow me on Instagram then you have seen the vintage settee I added to my dining room. I found it at a local auction. It makes it way more cozy. All I need to do is raise the legs a little with some brass furniture coasters. The pillow is unfortunately not available at Lowes anymore but I found a gorgeous alternative HERE.
I’m actually waiting for a new rug for the bedroom but you can find my new pillow HERE:
You can also see my daughter’s new fall rug addition to her room by clicking HERE, just in case you are new around here or missed it:
That’s how I’m welcoming fall this year. And I’m totally not missing the pumpkins.
You can shop my look here:
Make sure to hop on over to my friend Kristin of Bliss at Home. She’s next on the list and her tour is stunning.
Click on the below images for some more fall decor ideas: