Decorating Your Home for Fall
IT FINALLY FEELS LIKE FALL (at least while I write this; who knows what the weather will be when you are actually reading this)! I am happy about many things when fall finally rolls around. This year my list includes: my anniversary, my kid’s birthday, my husband’s birthday, open windows, changing leaves, learning to knit a blanket (!), starting fires, and decorating for the season. Though I would love to write a post about starting fires one day, this post is about the latter–fall decorating! If you remember my fall tour from last year, I’m all about the autumn decor. I love the cozy feeling my home gives me when it’s covered in baby pumpkins and knitted things.
I think some of the best fall decor are things you probably already own or can find on the ground. Some of my favorite autumn decor ideas include:
Dried plants and flowers
Blankets and other warm textiles
Pumpkins and gourds, of course
Not that I usually spend a lot of money on seasonal decor, but this year I really did try to focus on using mostly things I already owned. This year I only spent money on a few baby pumpkins (less than $10) , mums ($15), and a scarecrow (probably $20 overall). I plan to plant the mums and keep the scarecrow clothes for next year, so there’s that.
I’d love to hear any other inexpensive fall decor ideas you have. Leave a comment or reach out via Instagram @retrodentulsa!
Now without further adieu, my home dressed up for fall.