I am always on the hunt for fall decorating ideas. What about you?
I am in full-on fall loving mode.
Last year I was carrying around a 9 pound baby in my belly so I was in no mood for fall.
Heck, I was barely in the mood to waddle around my house much less decorate it for fall.
This year, I am making up for lost time.
I plan on checking off every single item on the 25 things white girls do during the fall checklist. You better unfollow me on Instagram if you don’t want to see my pumpkin patch, Ugg wearing, leaf crunching selfies.
I am prepping for my monthly warehouse sale, Lost & Foundry, and fluffing up the space in fall decor has me even more ready for cooler temps.
One of my favorite parts of having my warehouse sale is setting everything up, all pretty, and photo-worthy.
Hayden finished this desk last week, just in time for the sale. I bought it off of a FB garage sale group.
I have been tearing those groups up lately!
I went from a being a FB garage sale group wallflower who only browsed to an obsessive internet troll who must buy all of the things – practically overnight.
I painted this desk in my August Channel 4 segment (you can click here to see it).
It is painted in a color my custom color, Ball Jar Blue, that I developed with Heirloom Traditions Paint.
I finished it with Barn Wood Furniture Wax. I think the gray hued wax gives the piece the perfect amount of depth and dimension without overpowering it.
I got a big order of cotton wreaths in for the warehouse sale and I have been playing with all of the fun way to style them .
I paired one of them with some salvaged wheels for an over-the-top wreath. I just attached the cotton wreath with with floral wire to the wheel.
The cotton floral rage has certainly won me over this fall.
I used ceramic, white, floral shaped knobs to add some contrast. But now I wish I could create some cotton inspired knobs after I spent most of my afternoon fluffing cotton.
Gold feathers are the perfect fall addition and anything that pairs well with vintage brass is a winner in my book.
Who is ready for a pumpkin latte?