Today I’m recycling a post from November 2016 with a few new mosaics. I hope you enjoy it!
A November Brunch with a dear friend means an autumn table and thankfulness.
The weather here in central Florida is getting a little cooler with less humidity, but it’s still like summer in comparision to up north. Highs still in the 80’s and mostly blue skies and white clouds. I’m looking forward to cooler weather in the next two months.
No matter the size of your porch, you can decorate it with style. Today we’ll discuss easy ways to embrace fall on your front porch. Most of the porches everyone loves are loaded with pumpkins. Sometimes it looks like there is little room to walk into the home because of the amount of decorations. I personally prefer a simple approach, but we all can pick and choose what ideas we use. Just a reminder that it isn’t safe to put pumpkins and flowers in front of the door or filling most of the steps. That’s a trip hazard. The goal is for a welcoming entry with easy access. Now, let’s explore some beautiful ideas.
It’s September and apples, pumpkins, and colorful leaves are calling. I’ve added fall touches to my home even though in Florida, we aren’t through with summer. I am now trying to capture that feeling of autumn beauty. Natural decorations can make your home look really welcoming and really do freshen up your home for fall.
One of my greatest pleasures is enjoying a beautiful table set for the season. In the next few months, we’ll celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, and just the joy of fall. Are you ready to set a pretty fall table? I’m sharing a few ideas with beautiful examples of a wonderful fall table. Read More
My home has many coastal elements. Every fall I am faced with decorating for autumn using my colors. I use more textures, tans, and browns. I add deeper toned colors as the season progresses. I look for softer shades of typical fall colors. I also love using turquoise in the fall with tans, browns, and golden tones. Officially it is autumn on September 22nd, but today I’m adding a few coastal autumn colors in the dining room.
It’s fall in central Florida, and the big cold spell that went across the country brought slightly lower temperatures and a low humidity. It’s been really beautiful days with highs in the low 80’s and maybe even 79 degrees F with blue skies. We’re getting a little rain from the tropical stom in the Gulf going over Mexico, but it’s nothing bad.