Welcome to the beginning of fall decorating in our home! I hadn’t planned to do much this year but I picked up a new to me side table the other day and decided to pull some natural elements together to create this Fall side table vignette.
The simplest way to decorate for any season is to take a look at what nature has to offer. The cooler mornings, and the changing of the leaves has me in the fall spirit. I am not one to go out and purchase a lot of fall decor or to have totes stuffed away full of fall decor. So, I look to nature and the abundance of what it has to offer to help decorate the home in a beautiful way for the season.
Just a short drive from our home is a little town called Billings, MO. If you are local to our area, then I am sure that you may have heard of this quaint little town and if you are not local, I can assure you that it is worth the drive. It is fall market season and one of the best in our area happens in Billings, at Pheonas Bittersweet and Pumpkins Fall Market.
I have an entire Pinterest board that I have devoted to simple farmhouse entry styles. Some are grand entry ways with benches, baskets and hooks but I don't have a grand entry and in fact our front door opens up straight into the living room. It has been a challenge to decorate the space but I think I have finally found a simple, practical yet welcoming farmhouse feel that I love.
I love finding ways to add a bit of rustic charm to our farmhouse style. We all love the great outdoors, and so I enjoy adding it to our home in small ways. Antlers are a great way to add a touch of a rustic farmhouse feel to the home but I love when it is done in a minimal simple way. So, today I am sharing 10 of my favorite images.
I often think about how wonderful it would be to garden without the worries of little critters like rabbits nibbling on my lettuce and carrots, hornworms chomping away on tomato leaves, squash bugs devouring my squash, and all the other little pests that find my garden delicious. It doesn't matter how much I think about how nice it would be to avoid these little creatures because they won't just go away without a little action on my part. That is where this simple and easy all natural garden pest control spray comes in handy.