Fall into the season! Chilly temps are blowing in while tree leaves are changing color — a sure sign that Autumn has indeed arrived. It's time to spruce up your home with a few seasonal accessories. Check out these 6 kid-friendly DIY decor projects that add some seasonal eye candy to your home — without breaking the bank!
Is your home ready for the spookiest night of the year? From hanging ghosts and spiderwebs to tombstones with eery soundtracks, there's just no limit to what you can do to your home — inside and out — on Halloween. Skip the trip to the big-box store this year, and check out these 10 DIY decor ideas for Halloween.
Have you checked out Sweet Paul's Fall magazine yet? It's absolutely overflowing with Fall inspiration, including this adorable pumpkin lamp. Paul made it with a funkin (a fake pumpkin).
Since a funkin is made from low-density foam, it's incredibly light, making it perfect for a seasonal decoration like this overhead light. Want to make your own? Source your own funkin here, and then read more about the project over at Sweet Paul.
Most of you don't bother much with changing your decor along with the seasons, but I'm always looking for excuses to switch things up and add some new home accents. Right now, I've been on the hunt for a charming and chic wreath that will look autumnal but not old-fashioned.
I'm torn between the sophisticated full foliage options, simple acorn-and-stick adornments like this Smith & Hawken Fall Leaf and Acorn Wreath ($99), or one very cool wreath made out of herbs. Either way, these would look great hanging on a front door, in the kitchen, or in another subtle spot. Do you decorate with wreaths? Check out my finds below and tell me which one you prefer.