Happy first week of Fall! This week I’m going to be sharing with you 3 different ways to decorate your entry table/console. I love decorating for the holidays, but I’m always taking a different approach! From going all out to keeping it simple. You can use these 3 concepts in your home as inspiration when decorating your home for fall.
To be clear I’m no minimalist. Although, sometimes I want to have a fresh simply decorated space. With fall in mind I kept things cozy & to the point. I used my rule of decorating in groups of 3. I chose a gold sign that reads Thankful, A stack of books adorned with a knit pumpkin, & a set of vintage brass candlesticks.
Super simple & easy to recreate with 3 of your favorite fall or everyday items.
More is More
Going over the top can also be really fun during the holiday season. This option was especially fun to create because I really loved how it came together! Again, groups of 3! (Seriously, now you’re going to notice it in everything. hahaha, sorry!) Anyways, I chose to place my lanterns on each end then fill them with any pumpkins that would fit. From there I placed three pumpkins in the middle using a book to add some height to one of the pumpkins. I added more pumpkins in front of the lanterns then I blended everything together with some faux lambs ear stem greenery. Finally, I decided to toss in some gold candlesticks.
It looks like a lot, but all you need is some greenery, a handful of big & little pumpkins & potentially some tilted baskets, lanterns or books to add height on each end of the table.
Made for Family
Incorporating family pictures always makes your decor more special. These pictures are from our 1 year anniversary photo shoot! This whole set up can be made family friendly or just have more of a family focus. We don’t have kids yet, but I’m already trying to think of ways I could still decorate & not worry about things breaking, haha! For this entry look I used two framed photos, some faux stems, pumpkins, books & a small wood tray.
Use as many framed photos as you wish, faux fall stems & books, pumpkins, candlesticks or any other items you would like to use to center the space between your pictures. To make it all KID FRIENDLY: Take the glass out of all your frames (make sure to use cheap frames to avoid any special/fancy frames from breaking). Use only plastic or foam pumpkins. & There you go! books & faux greenery are already unbreakable for the most part. SO Easy.
I hope you enjoyed seeing these 3 different ways to decorate for fall. I’m determined to make decorating fun, easy & kid friendly. Even with our pets I have to be careful where I place things.
I found all my fall/home decor at Target, Homegoods & Joanns! Old books & candlesticks from goodwill.
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