Saturday, November 22, 2014

Fall Decor 2014 at the Colonial

Hello World!  Nothing like waiting till almost Thanksgiving to show you the Fall Decor I've put up at the new Colonial.  Get ready, this is a picture heavy post. 


 There is no Fall on the front porch.  But, I did happen to throw up a wreath I've had for eons.  

Here's a sneak peek into the entryway.  

 Here's a little arrangement I put together.  I had pretty much everything on hand from a Hobby Lobby run I made last year.  This arrangement sits on the coffee table in the Family room looking into the formal Living room. 



 Here's another arrangement I made this year.  

This sits on the breakfast room table. 

Aren't these owl salt and pepper shakers just way too cute?  I picked these up at Home Goods.  

 Here's the backside of the arrangement.  

I love my little blessing pear.  

This fabric wreath is hanging on the breakfast room window.  

 Little Dedicated set these Thanksgiving figurines up herself in front of her pumpkin patch artwork. 


 For the dining room I put this little arrangement together.  The runner I picked up at, you can guess, Home Goods. 


Fall wreath on the back door. 

 I couldn't let the pool area go without a little bit of Fall decor. 


Hope you enjoyed our little Fall decor at the Colonial.  

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I'm off to watch the following with Little Dedicated. 

Have a cozy evening and remember to be kind to one another!  
Joy to the Full!

Toodles, 
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