Happy Fall!!! The temps are cooling off and I’m so happy my favorite season has arrived. Not only am I falling for all things pumpkin, but for all things fall decor!! If you guys are like me, which I think you are because you follow along on my crazy love for decorating, you like to switch up your decor to welcome the changing seasons. What help’s me afford my love for seasonal decorating? Well, besides turning it into a job 😉 is shopping at places that sell affordable seasonal home decor, like Christmas Tree Shops and That!. I know the name of the store suggests CHRISTMAS so it can be confusing, however most New Englanders like myself know, that this store is SO MUCH MORE than Christmas stuff, check out below to see for yourself.
I’ve been shopping here since I was a girl and now as an adult I can tell you that each year their seasonal decor gets better and better! From table settings, throw pillows, faux florals, wreaths, candles and even food… if you want to prepare for an upcoming season in your home or for entertaining Christmas Tree Shops and That! has you covered! I hit up my local store when the kids were at school (insert happy dance) so I could really take my time and find my favorite pieces. I can’t wait to show you guys what I found that helped inspire my fall decor this year!
After strolling the aisles of Christmas Tree Shops and That! for their Harvest Decor products, I left with so many great pieces! I purchased a couple wreaths, some hay bales, lanterns, a wall art piece, cute cranberry colored “gather”door mat and a “fall” sign! Let’s start with my front door. I added with the wheat style wreath and then I hung the fall sign on the left side to balance the other items on the right. I know we have a lot going on here, around the door itself but I love dressing up the wood work. Summer I kept things so simple that I was ready to deck it out for fall. I recommend using 3M hooks if nailing into wood work isn’t your thing. I’m guilty of the latter 😉 I also layered my door mat because It’s my favorite trend in outdoor decorating right now.
I used the hay bales to give height to my mums and pumpkins, I also pulled some of the hay apart to create, like a bed for some of the other decor like the lanterns. I love the texture it adds. Plus it feels like a hayride, might just stop by at any minute ;).
As it gets closer to Halloween we will carve up some pumpkins but for now I love how these metal jack o’ lantern pumpkins give a festive look, with out all the yucky rotting. I plan to add some little tea lights in here so they glow at night.
Grab a PSL and come on in! Let me show you how the pretty wreath I chose for the inside, inspired the cozy color scheme…
See it there, front and center? I fell in love with the unexpected fall combo of soft greens, peaches and cranberry tones. I had this script “thankful” on hand so I used some wire to attach it. I like that it is a bit unique for this season, yet very fall at the same. If you are trying out a new color scheme for fall, use some faux white pumpkins or spray paint orange ones to save you money from having to buy different colors.
See the buffalo check pumpkins below? Those were white and I just got out a straight edge brush some gray and black paint and painted on the pattern! So paint and/or spray paint is always your friend for seasonal decorating.
The other bigger item I purchased is this “gather round” script sign which I decided to make the focal point of my gallery wall. I love how it works with the other wood and galvanized items in the room. To make this gallery wall; I simply shopped around our home for frames and other little signs that coordinated then built the gallery wall around the “gather round” sign. Just to keep it real with you guys, cause we’re all friends right? I have quite a lot of nail holes behind those frames, haha! It’s just par for the course when your a home decor blogger.
The “gather round’ is a simple sign that I love for our small house because it really gives a cozy welcoming feel to our living room.
I told you guys, I’m falling hard, real hard for all the amazing decor at Christmas Tree Shops and That! this season. I hope you enjoyed seeing all my fun purchases and my home ready for fall! We can’t wait to enjoy cozy fires on those cooler days/nights snuggled up together! If you want your home to feel cozy for fall check out the beautiful Harvest Decor selection at Christmas Tree Shops and That! you will not be disappointed! The prices are seriously SO good. Thank you for stopping by!
I love these colors! I’ve never liked the color orange in my house, even for fall. So inspiring and beautiful!
Yay I’m so glad to hear this post gave you some alternative fall color scheme ideas! Thank you for stopping by 🙂
I can’t believe I’ve never been to your blog!!!!! Huge fan on Instagram and your stories brought me here! Loving it all. Your front door and porch look amazing! You definitely convinced me to decorate with Mums this year. Living in Miami I can’t really do real pumpkins until right before Halloween because even pumpkins that aren’t carve rot in our heat pretty quickly, so mums will be a great alternative. Christmas Tree shops is a bucket list place for me. I’ll have to make a special trip to the one in August Maine when I’m there next summer as it’s only 40 miles from our summer place. The one to me in a Florida that is closest is 250 miles away 😳. I’ve admired your heart around your keyhole on your door for months… any suggestions on where to find something similar?
Thank you so much!!! I appreciate your kind comment. I’m so glad you were able to bring a little fall to your home, even in the warmer weather. I’ll sure be jealous of you in about 4 months 😉 Yes, you must try to hit up Christmas Tree Shops for a few things, they’ve really come along with with their decor. So the keyhole is actually original to the home, I guess that makes it somewhat of an antique, since our home was built in the 1930’s. Thank you again so much for the comment!
I appreciate this so much!!
Thank you so much!!!