This weekend my parents came to town to help us break in our new rental home! I’m so in love with the amount of space we have now. Not to mention the exceptional lighting and all the potential it holds for my renter friendly updates. On Saturday my mom and I hit the stores shopping for home essentials and a wee bit of Fall Decor :D!
Before officially moving in I painted my living room walls Bohemian Lace White, which gave me a blank canvas to start with. My intention going into the Fall / Winter season is to keep it as clean and minimal as possible with small touches of Scandinavian patterns, woven baskets, neutral fall decor, with a touch of blush accents. Today I’m sharing some before & after pictures of my Fall Fireplace Updates, what we bought, and linking similar items! Be sure to check out the video of my very first IG TV!
SHOP THE LOOK
>> Pumpkin Decor <<
I didn’t want to spend too much money on pumpkin decor because I’ll most likely put them in storage once Halloween has passed. I added a small pop of color with a Blush Velvet Pumpkin.
>> Baskets <<
You can style Handwoven baskets for any season. My favorite places to buy them are at TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, and World Market. Throw a few around your fireplace or by your TV console to fill up empty spaces.
>> Florals <<
I wanted to keep my floral accents minimal this year, sticking to a few stems in neutral white or brown tones. Micheals Stores has a great inventory and you can always find coupons on their website. I also linked the exact pampas grass I ordered on Etsy below.
>> Throws <<
I’m always on the hunt for a new throw blanket. There is nothing better than snuggling up on your couch with a new cozy blanket – try to convince me otherwise. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites picks from TJ Maxx (which you can now shop online!).
>> Garlands <<
One of the easiest fall decor items to liven up a space. Throw one over your fireplace or on your dining room table for a fun Friendsgiving centerpiece.
>> Candles <<
>> Pillows <<
Fill up your baskets, chairs, and couches with a few seasonal throw pillows. Or for a cheaper alternative, check to see if your current pillows have zippers and just change out the throw covers.