Front door wreaths: National Tree Company. Front door welcome mat: Threshold. Back door wreath: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia. Back doormat: Threshold. Sconce: Arroyo Craftsman. Dried Hydrangea Bouquet: Terrain. Table runners: small here, large this way. Cinnamon broom: Trader Joe’s. Faux Garland: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia. Lit Pumpkins: Spritz (small, medium and large). Real white pumpkins: Trader Joe’s. Faux white pumpkins: Hyde & Eeek! Boutique, Threshold. Water Hyacintch Pumpkins: Opalhouse (small version and large size here). Pumpkin sugar bowl: Old, similar here. Brass burst object: Anthropologie. Faux Gingko Stem: Opalhouse. Dining room sources here, front porch sources here, and formal living room details here.
I will never be that person who fully decorates their entire home for every holiday, but I like to give some of our main spaces a little seasonal update. Keeping things neutrally autumnal themed allows for all the fall feels for Halloween and Thanksgiving without having to decorate, take everything down and redecorate again. Instead, I can just make accent additions as needed. In the interest of keeping it real, I don’t have time for that and neither do you. I used both faux and real pumpkins, and will be adding more real white pumpkins later, most likely lining the steps outside because I don’t love having a lot of the real pumpkins inside since you don’t realize they’re leaking until it’s too late. I learned that the hard way.
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