Fall Decor | From Halloween to Thanksgiving

Like many, Fall is my favorite season. And the joke in my house is that I’m not allowed to start decorating for Christmas (or playing its music) as early as I want to. From Halloween to Christmas I love to make our home, inside and out, as warm and festive as possible. This year I had the idea that I’d somehow like to create motifs that could be slightly altered to work for both Halloween and Thanksgiving. So I asked Posey Events to bring in some unexpected Halloween decorations – the black birds are my favorite – but that could be easily removed and replaced with corn, squash, gourds and so on when Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is approaching. I’m so happy with how it came out. Stay tuned for the Thanksgiving transformation!

[title maintitle=”Glam Pumpkins” subtitle=”Use printed pumpkins in black & white mixed in with real ones.”]

A mix of real and fake pumpkins with some sprigs of fall leaves.
Layer pumpkins on all of your tables.

[title maintitle=”Bring the Outdoors In” subtitle=”Leaves, little black birds, and twine are perfect accents.”]

Don’t forget the mantle.
Brining the outdoor in is easy with these little black birds.

[title maintitle=”Layer Up” subtitle=”Orange & purple pillows and throws mix well with B&W.”]

Skeleton vistors on the porch and piano.

[title maintitle=”Light the Candles” subtitle=”Differing heights of tapers and in blacks and whites”]

These different height candlesticks were found at Ikea.
Mixing fake with real makes all of the pumpkins stand out in your fall decor.

[title maintitle=”Gold Accents” subtitle=”Golds reflect the warmth of fall.”]

Make a subtle statement at your entry way with bold colors and pumpkins.