It’s that time again. If you could take all the hype from fashion week, Christmas, and the launch of a new Apple product and combine them into one single event it would be that of the beginning of fall in the land of bloggers (and Starbucks patrons, of course). This year I’m excited, for sure, but instead of writing on all the chalkboards or making all the burlap banners, I’m feeling some slightly more offbeat decor.
Source: Vintage Revivals
This rattan headboard is my pumpkin spice latte. Mandi at Vintage Revivals spray painted this puppy with Rustoleum Oregano. Paired up with that incredible rope light and midcentury dresser, this headboard is perfection.
Source: Magnolia Homes
Have you seen this vine wreath? Not only is it pretty simple to make, it’s lovely and green and rustic. I love how subtle it is. It’s earthy, like fall, without being hokey. This is on my to-do list.
If you like what you see, you oughta click through to Upcycled Treasures‘ article, “Creative Ways to Use Corrugated Metal in Interior Design.” Why does corrugated metal make me think of fall? Because it feels like the roof on a cabin in the woods on a chilly fall night, that’s why. It just looks the way a campfire smells. And that is a win in my book.
Source: Upcycled Treasures
This dining room has a lot of classic fall elements: a farm table, earthy neutrals, chalkboard art, and mini pumpkins. But I can’t stop staring at that green chandelier. I’m kind of in love. It’s so quirky and happy. Anyone who has been around here long knows that I just can’t do the white-washed home, so the fact that Katie from Upcycled Treasures had a neutral pallet of a room and slammed it with color via her light fixture is just rocking my world.
Source: DIY Playbook
Aside from the adorable fall home tour that is on display over at DIY Playbook, there is a list of all the best blogs to visit this week for fall inspiration (over 30 blogs). So. Freakin. Excited.
So what are you doing to celebrate fall? Do you redecorate? Bake? Simply enjoy going outside again (my Southern friends)?