A Little Fall Decor

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I’ve been decorating for fall this week–even though it isn’t remotely chilly outside yet–and wanted to share a few photos.

Kirkland's Harvest Fall Decor http://bit.ly/2cW2zz3 | 11 Magnolia Lane

| Porch Decor: Kirkland’s |

I usually keep my fall decor pretty minimal–as you know, Christmas is an entirely different story–but I enjoy adding a few touches here and there.

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Kirkland's Harvest Fall Decor | 11 Magnolia Lane

| Lantern |

It’s still very warm around here, but I’m looking forward to sweater weather soon!

Fall home tour | 11 Magnolia Lane

| Gold Greek key pillow |

I’m still madly in love with my thrifted dresser:

Fall tour | 11 Magnolia Lane

More on that score {here}.

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| Elements of Style |  blue and white dish-vintage | mini pumpkins: HomeGoods |

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I gave some old faux pumpkins a coat of my favorite gold spray paint instead of donating them–they look so much better now!

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| Gold tray: HomeGoods, blue and white pot: thrifted |

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| Wreath: HomeGoods  |

Fall home tour | 11 Magnolia Lane

You can read more about how I painted and monogrammed our dining room table and chairs after they were damaged in a move {here}.

Vintage pieces in a traditional living room | 11 Magnolia Lane

This is my favorite time of year–soup, football games, and the smell of burning leaves.

Fall home tour | 11 Magnolia Lane

I hope you’re having a relaxing weekend!

Fall home tour | 11 Magnolia Lane

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Sources:

Tufted Linen Recliner

Gold Spray Paint

Bulls-eye Eagle Mirror (vintage; similar here)

Bust, apothecary jar, blue and white lamp, decorative coral, sheepskin rug, ginger jar: HomeGoods

Round Jute Rug

Dalmatian Spot Fabric (on dining chairs)

Gold Greek Key Monogrammed Pillow

Black Fretwork Curtain Panels

Tassels and gold lamp:  HobbyLobby

White Slipcovered Sofa

I hope you have a beautiful day; thanks for stopping by-

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Comments

  1. Christy, your porch entryway is to die for!!! Love the simple fall touches throughout! Happy Sunday friend!

    Paige.Rose
    from
    http://www.TheQuaintSanctuary.blogspot.com

  2. Ann O'Connell says:

    Christy: I adore the linen recliner, as well as your deor. I worry that light fabric would be too difficult to keep clean. What are your observations?

    • Hi, Ann–

      We’ve had the white slipcovered sofa and chair for almost 16 years and love it–I can wash and bleach the slipcovers whenever they get dirty. The recliner is about a year and a half old now and seems to be doing just fine. Since it’s not slipcovered, I sprayed it thoroughly with Scotchguard when it arrived and repeat every few months.

      I love the white because we move so frequently and I know it will work with whatever paint color is already on the walls; even with dogs and kids it has been a great choice.
      Hope that helps!
      Christy

  3. Bonny Pendleton says:

    Darn you for introducing me to Jane. I can’t stop shopping there!

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