Thankful for a Space to Call Home

Hello peeps! Thanks for checking out the blog today!

The fall season is quickly coming to a close, but I thought I’d share a quick post with an overview of my Fall Living Room set up before everything comes down for Christmas Decorating! Check it out….

I used a lot of dried flowers in my spaces this year. These dried roses made up the shelf above my bed, and I also used dried hydrangeas in the living room.

As usual, I stuck with my neutrals and let the textures do the talking through pillows, blankets, florals and accents.

One of my favorite things from this season is this set-up above the day bed. I used some leaves from the yard and some inexpensive frames to give a somewhat botanical feel for fall. (You can read more about them HERE.)

By mixing and matching a lot of neutral, textural items (books, blankets, frames, pillows, vases, beads, wood pieces, etc.) and choosing ones that could bring in those warm, fall tones, I was able to pull together a cozy and curated space.

And that’s exactly what we need this time of year: a cozy space to come home to. I sure am thankful for this little spot of mine and the ability to make it what I want. We take so many little things for granted everyday, and at this time of year, it’s a perfect time to pause, reflect and simply be thankful for all our blessings.

While the shopping and eating is great, be sure to make time this week to simply be still and be thankful.

I’m also thankful for all of you who take a moment to read these posts of mine, who double tap a picture on Instagram, or who leave a kind word on a social media posts. Those small actions are appreciated more than you could possibly know.

Let me know if you have ANY questions about this space of mine in the comments below, and as always, thanks for checking out my blog! Happy decorating and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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