At this time of year, I like to add a few touches of the fall season to our apartment. I prefer decorating for fall with fresh, natural items, mixing them with other decor elements. This year, I used pumpkins, chrysanthemums, and pears, among other things. I employed blue and white whenever I could and kept things simple, incorporating the fall seasonal decor in only a few rooms—the ones that we use most often.
Our elevator foyer:
The entrance hall, in which I added the mums and leopard-print velvet pillows for fall:
In the living room, pictured below, I decorated the ornamental fireplace. I keep the fireplace sparsely decorated in the summer, so I enjoyed adding a few more layers to both the mantle and the inside of the fireplace to cozy it up a bit for the fall season:
Adding brass and gold elements, like these vintage brass candlesticks, the modern decorative orb, and the antique books with gold lettering, adds warmth to the space:
I tried several variations for the fireplace interior:
Blue and white cotton plaid napkins like those pictured below are currently in the dollar spot section at Target at a price of $3 for a two pack!
My daughter has had so much homework that she hasn’t had a chance to paint me a chinoiserie pumpkin, so I decided to give it a try (don’t laugh!):
The family room:
The seasonal additions to the family room include a faux antler on the coffee table:
Thanks so much for stopping by today. How do you decorate for fall in your home?