Fall At The Turnaround House
Since the temperatures this week have ranged from the 30’s-the 50s here in northern Utah, I think it’s safe to say Fall has arrived! It’s been fun readying my home for the season. I don’t have a lot of “decorations” that I use, but I get out candles, throws, and some Harvest dishes that I like to use every year. I mostly decorate with natural decor such as branches and pumpkins. I’m sharing some pictures of Fall at The Turnaround House with you so you can see how I decorate for Fall.
I tend to be a minimalist when it comes to decor. Part of that is my style, and part of it is lack of storage space in my little farmhouse. I think that’s one of the reasons I like using natural seasonal decorations because they don’t really cost anything and I don’t have to store them. If you’re a subscriber to Wilma Magazine, the September issue has lots of specific examples of what and how I gather items and use them in my home. What’s your favorite way to decorate for Fall? I’d love to hear about it!
Homemaker’s Guide – Bringing Autumn To Your Home suggests ten ways to decorate your home using what you already own and with your current design aesthetic. There’s no need to go out and buy a bunch of decorations (unless you want to). You can get your seasonal guide here.