I Love Fall!. And another about pumpkin, and another about apples ... but I digress.
I was recently inspired by this post: Transitioning Fall into Your Home by Denise at RefreshHer. It's well worth your read! You will find some fun and doable fall decorating ideas. Denise expressed the thought that fall comes gradually, not all at once, and so it's fun to do your fall decorating gradually, as well. I quite often do this, adding a judicious amount of fall decor in September, then more in October (I do not decorate for Halloween, however). Then at the beginning of November I will add in some Thanksgiving touches.
Often, though, for my front door wreath -- I have a grapevine wreath which is wound with silk ivy and change the trims with the seasons -- I simply tuck in some colorful fall leaves and it stays that way for the entire three months of fall.
This time, inspired by Denise's post, I decided to do something just a little different for September.
|The above photo was taken with my Kindle, so it isn't as good as I'd have liked. But you get the idea! Oh, and our door is not maroon as it looks in the picture. Just weathered wood.|
Have fun with your fall decorating!