Fall is in the air my friends, which means it’s time to break out those fall decorations and spruce things up a bit!

To be 100% honest with you, I am not a fan of redecorating my entire house for the fall season. I usually just focus on creating a few vignettes around the house to bring in that autumn feel.

So this year, I worked up a new wreath for my front door and changed up the decor in my kitchen by putting together a fall mantle.

My goal was to use mostly what I already had on hand, and I think I did pretty well! Overall, I spent a little less than $50 for both projects, and almost all of that was on the floral supplies for the wreath.

I am a BIG believer in decorating on a budget! That’s one reason why I love so much using vintage and thrifted finds in my home decor. You can change them up and re-use them in so many different ways!

I was inspired by a look Noelle at Upsy Daisy Cottage pulled together over on Instagram. Using some of her flow blue china, she added in some deep orange tones for a really sophisticated fall display in her kitchen hutch.

Y’all know I love flow blue! I have been collecting it for years, but have never thought to incorporate it into a fall mantle or any other decor! 

But paired together with some warm woods and a few pops of orange, I think it came together perfectly 🙂

YouTube Tutorial

I have been spending a lot of time lately over at the Lost & Found YouTube channel! I have found a whole new community of painters and junk lovers there, and it’s been a lot of fun!

I filmed my process of making the fall wreath and pulling together the mantle display, you can watch the whole process here:

And if you aren’t already a subscriber to my YouTube channel, I hope you hop on over and visit with me sometime 🙂

Here are a few other fall projects you may enjoy . . .

Painted Pumpkins with Fusion Minera Paint

Classy Halloween Porch Decor

Welcome Home Fall Banner with Free Printable 

Cool Color Scheme Fall Decor

Thanks so much for visiting with me today! And Happy Fall!

 

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