Fall Sprucing

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Posted by Rebecca, October 30th, 2013

Long time, no blog? ๐Ÿ™‚

I figured I’d jump back on the blogging wagon with some simple seasonal decorating. I’m not really one to go big for most holidays except for Christmas, but I love a little Fall decor. We host Thanksgiving each year, so I keep things fall neutral to get a good 2 month stretch out of everything.

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First up, the porch. My favorite fall wreath got ruined when our basement flooded during Hurricane Irene in 2011. I went 2 years without a replacement wreath until I spotted this one on clearance at Target about 2 weeks ago.

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I added our same old doormat from Target about 3 years ago, some mums and 4 pumpkins, 2 of which Easton painted himself. Can you frame a pumpkin?

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You may have noticed that we also changed out our (off center) porch light for this one from amazon.

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We still need to put a clear bulb in there. We ordered another for the other porch light, but the glass was broken so we’re awaiting a replacement.

For the entryway table, I just added my usual twine pumpkins from Crate & Barrel several years ago. I mixed in some white gourds. Placement is based solely on the length of a 17 month old’s arms.

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I also added some gourds to the powder room, along with some orange towels and a candle. Just call me Martha Stewart over here.

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I probably could have folded those towels better. Oops.

Apparently, I lost steam once I got to the inside of the house since the family room got one lone update…

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Okay, it got two updates, there’s a pillow on the other side of the couch.

Really, we’ve spent the past several months a) living it up for the summer b) working on that outdoor kitchen and c) decluttering the house and minimizing. I’ve been trying to focus on one thing at a time, which may not be a fun and bloggable thing, but that’s life.

But! The outdoor kitchen was grouted today. Once it’s all haze free and full of appliances, I will be sure to post pictures.

Happy Halloween everyone!

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Roar!

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19 Responses to “Fall Sprucing”

  1. Hilarious outfit! Welcome back to blogland.
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  2. Kristen says:

    Cute costume!
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  3. Love that porch light (except the off center- that would drive me nuts! Our kitchen has a light above the sink that is off center- makes my eye twitch every time I look at it)
    I also love the lion costume- SO cute!! My little guy is going as a lion today too!! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  4. Love your updates…and that little lion is the cutest!! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  5. Love Easton’s costume! Adorable!

    Love the twine pumpkins too!
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  6. Gretta says:

    I am so glad that you are back. Easton is so big since last time you posted. Would love to see a post about your outdoor BBQ.
    Try and blog more oftenโ€ฆwe miss you.

  7. Vladimir Kisselev says:

    I am currently in the process of building a house and I am in the design phase. I am trying to figure out what heating/cooling system to use any suggestions?

    • Keesha says:

      Great list – I’d include a 12″ non-stick skillet. As wesns-ealoled a cast-iron skillet can be, I never find them non-stick enough to fry and egg in one. I’d throw in some tongs, a few wooden spoons, a whisk, and a towel too.If you’re going to bake – you’ll need a few other things too.

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  8. The arrangement looks good and I love how you put an aggressive color on the interior to make it more noticeable. Thank you for sharing this one.

  9. Cinny says:

    Rebecca – I haven’t forgotten your blog! I would love an update to hear from you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. I love your decor ideas! The pumpkins are the best way to accent the fact that fall has come. Here in Australia we have spring now, and the theme is more summer-oriented. It’s weird to be on the other side while most of the planet is getting ready for winter.

  12. Debi says:

    Oh where, oh where have y’all gone?

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  14. LuYoung says:

    I like your ideas for decoration Rebecca. I hope someday my home to be cozy like yours ๐Ÿ™‚
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  15. Carlie says:

    Love your Helloween decor! Also, your kid’s lion costume is sooooo adorable! My boy would love to have one too. Anyways, great post! ๐Ÿ™‚

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