Turning Summer Into Fall In One Day

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

How's everyone's week going so far? I hope good! I've been slowly changing out the house from Summer to Fall.
I think one of the most important things when you're changing your rooms from season to season, is when you're adding your seasonal decor change out or move out the other decor as well.

Let me show you what I mean.

Here's my dining room before during the Summer months.

It has a lighter more airy feel to it. With coastal prints, white hydrangeas, and green grass on the large shelf to the right. But I didn't like the look of shell prints with pumpkins. So all of those things went away until Spring.
 Your message will get lost if you don't put some things away when placing your seasonal decor out. 

For Fall I wanted a warmer, more cozy feel to the room. So I replaced the coastal prints on either side of the french doors, and added some landscape prints that had gold, browns, and black. 
Next I was excited to add my new cow hide rug that I bought at this amazing store here in Tampa, RareHues Modern Vintage Market under my dining room table, and I love it!! It instantly gives the room a warm feeling. 

In order to make the transformation go fast and smoothly, I planned out what I wanted to do before hand.
 Then I went around to the stores and my own house (don't forget to shop your house!) with an idea already in mind.
That way when I decided to change out everything it only took a couple of hours to do it!

On the large shelf I added a big bundle of wheat, also from RareHues. I tried making one a few years ago, and trust me it looked nothing like this! I also took a sea grass tray that I already had, and glued a sweet little birds nest and bittersweet to it.

As we get more into October and November I'm sure I'll be adding more layers to the room. I'll have pictures of the living room side later this week to show you it's transformation from Summer to Fall!

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