This past weekend, I decided that it was time to bring out my fall decorations. I don’t decorate for every season, but fall and Christmastime are the exception.
Many of my décor items are ones that I’ve had since I started living on my own so I’ve had them for a few years. That, and a few of them are items that are handmade. These items include felt pumpkins from Target, a Rae Dunn pumpkin, a few throw pillows, and some signs that I scored from Homegoods a few weeks ago. Furthermore, I also have a few items that I painted from trips to paint ceramics a few years ago, and they add a great touch.
Additionally, I crochet pumpkins, so I am able to make quite a few of them without breaking the bank. You can check out the easy pattern that I have been using here.
Finally, the last thing that I do is add a touch of fall in my kitchen by adding fall themed mugs. I have collected (or hoarded as some may say) so many fall mugs, so I like to make sure that I can use them during the fall season. They always add a great vibe to the room as well.
That said, I wanted to provide tips for fall décor, as it could get expensive. The best bet is to go the handmade route if possible. The pumpkins I mentioned are great and inexpensive to make. If not, Target’s Dollar Section, Homegoods, Marshalls, and TJ Maxx are always great bets.
How are you decorating for fall? Let me know in the comments below.