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A Touch of Fall

Hi Everyone,


Are you in the mood for Fall decorating yet?
I know a lot of you have already started and I've seen
some really pretty Fall inspiration from a lot of you!

This is how our foyer looked over the spring and summer.

When I found this coat rack at Homegoods recently,
 I thought it would look great for Fall so that
was my starting point.

And this is our foyer now.

{You can see "The Blog Boss" there in the corner supervising :}

I love how the deep red looks with the light blue on the walls.
When I saw the red pears at the grocery store, I thought they
would be the perfect thing for the two pots.  I nestled them
in some spanish moss.


I already had this "Welcome" sign and I thought it went
well with everything else.


Okay, "The Boss" is giving me the "evil eye" so I guess
 I better wrap this up! 
He says you have all had enough of my "yammering"!  : )
I'm sure that's not true though, is it?

I liked how adding the scarf gave it that warm, cozy feeling
I think we all start craving this time of year!




So have you done any Fall decorating yet?
Maybe this will help put you in the mood if you 
haven't yet!!


Thanks so much for stopping by ~ I love sharing these things
with you ~ believe it or not, not everyone gets as excited 
about finding the perfect color mum or the just right
 accessory as we do!!


~ ~ JoAnne


~ joining ~


Modern Country Style ~ Fall In Love Link Party


The Inspired Room ~ Fall Nesting Party

Chic on a Shoestring Decorating


Comments

  1. JoAnne I haven't even begun to do my fall decorating yet, but yours looks wonderful!! Love how you added the pears and spanish moss to those pots, very pretty! And I love that Welcome sign with the birds nest, if it suddenly disappears don't look here LOL! Have a great weekend, Martina

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  2. What a great post! I love your style, JoAnne. I love your foyer all gussied up for fall. I love HomeGoods too. But most of all, I love The Boss! :-D

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  3. ohhh I love that rack! It is perfect for fall. Your entry is beautiful...I decorated mine yesterday and will share this evening!

    The boss is adorable!!!! My kitty never misses a photo op LOL

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  4. I love the coat rack you found at Homegoods - it's very fall like. The pots with moss and red pears is so cute! What a great idea! I just started getting all my fall decor out and hope to get a lot in the next few days.

    Have a great weekend!

    Lori : )
    Thrifty Decor Mom

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  5. Nope, I'm packing it up instead of taking it out. Be glad when I can decorate though.
    Brenda

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  6. That is a great collection of things for that spot. I love the pots of pears! And, the scarf. I have lot's of fall posts on my blog ~ I started way early. www.bsneeringer.blogspot.com

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  7. I really like the coat rack AND the empty frame! The negative space the frame provides is often more interesting than a picture in it. andrea @ townandprairie

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  8. from Faith @ Crochet by the Sea...also a Buckeye....love those mums...look forward to them blooming in the garden this time of year...
    you paint that lovely picture of the birds nests...with the eggs...charming.....I have the paints...I need to practice...any particular method you use? It was very nice visiting with you...found you via Flaunt your Fall...:)

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  9. I love these colours too. They look so restful and calming. You must smile with delight every time you walk past.

    Thank you so much for linking up to my Fall In Love party.

    Sarahx

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