You would think as an interior designer my house would be perfectly decorated for fall and the Thanksgiving holiday. I LOVE fall but I struggle to fully embrace the season until the weather and my surroundings start to reflect the transition. Thankfully fall weather has finally arrived in Saint Louis and my motivation kicked in! That is until I pulled out my fall decor and was totally underwhelmed with what was in front of me. After an hour of trying to make it work I decided it was time to reinvent my holiday decorating style. Sounds easy, right? What I thought would be a quick glance at Pinterest turned into 3 hours of my life that I will never get back! I have to admit I was a little overwhelmed but also super inspired by the different takes on the traditional Thanksgiving decor. Here are a few of my favorites…..
A MODERN TAKE
MAD FOR PLAID
BLUE AND WHITE
I would love to know what your Thanksgiving style is! If you need help discovering yours, contact us to find out about our Holiday Decorating Services.
Need more inspiration? Stop by our Thanksgiving Decor and Recipes page on Pinterest!
The St. Louis summer heat has finally subsided and fall is in the air! I tend to want to curl up on the couch with a book, blanket and a scented candle around this time of year! I was inspired by Arhaus to share some quick tips on how you can make your home feel cozy during these cooler months.
Everyone first thinks of orange as the go-to fall color. However, I tend to lean toward neutrals and muted colors. Olive green, plum, golden yellow and warm metals are some favorites as well.
As the weather gets colder, we tend to add on layers: a blazer, scarf, etc. The same goes for your home. Drape a chunky throw over your sofa and keep a few extra in a textural basket nearby. Another idea is to layer a plush shag rug over a jute/sisal rug for a soft feeling underfoot.
Now is the time to introduce some heavier textiles into your space. Velvets, cable knits, faux fur and hide all add interest and warmth.
BRING THE OUTDOORS IN
Simply placing a deer shed atop a stack of books, displaying a dish of mini gourds or acorns and sticking some freshly cut ginkgo stems in a vase can go a long way.
FALL INSPIRED LIVING ROOM
What is your favorite way to incorporate the fall season into your home? Do you prefer a subtle look or do you embrace the season with full force?