three pumpkins

One thing that I absolutely love about the Fall and upcoming holidays is the opportunity to be creative in decorating my home.     I find so much joy and expression when I pull out my decorations and rearrange knick knacks and furniture to house the seasonal decor.

Here are a few ways I’ve decorated for the Fall season + things I’m loving about Fall decor and accents in the home AND a free giveaway!

  1. Use scented candles. When the first day of fall hit, I pull out my fall Scentsy scents.  The scents of Fall are warm reminding our senses of grandma’s apple pie.  When choosing a candle or scent, it should reflect the mood of the season.  My current scents are Vanilla Suede + Apple Strudel.
  2. Add fall color.  Adding the fall color – red, orange, gold – can be done in various ways.  An arrangement of silk flowers can add color and texture.  Or if you are having company over, why not place a fresh bouquet of flowers as a table centerpiece.  Some popular fall blooms are Dahlias and Mums. Add more Fall colors to your home with fall dish towels and throw pillows + blankets.
  3. Decorate with popular fall objects.  Pumpkins, squash, candy corn, wreaths all scream FALL.  You can choose to buy real pumpkins or set aside a candy dish of candy corn.  You can pull a bowl out  or find a basket and fill it with squash + gourds.  Decorating with anything that represents “harvest” will add to the fall theme.  Or fill your home with DIY fall art.

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three pumpkins – a free giveaway

*This post + giveaway is supported by Countryside Greenhouse.

As seen here, I decorated with pumpkins handmade by my mom [Dian Morgan], founder + florist, at Countryside Greenhouse.  To announce an exciting new venture of seasonal decor and floral design, Countryside Green and Blissfully Sweet Blog have partnered together for a free giveaway.  To be entered into the drawing, go to the Countryside Greenhouse Facebook Page and “Like”.  Once 50 people “like”, a drawing will be held.

What are some ways you have decorated your home for the Fall?