Happy Wednesday! So if you haven’t already noticed (you probably have but it seemed like a good transition…don’t judge me), I changed my theme today. I’m so incredibly excited to have finally done this. While I liked my old theme, it had always been a temporary thing. I never planned on keeping it.
Anyways, I’m really digging the new layout of my blog. I feel like it’s more attuned to my personal style and taste. It took me forever to settle on a theme though. Over the past few weeks, I think I’ve demoed about a thousand, so you have no idea how excited I am to finally have one selected.
In light of my change of design, I thought I would show some inexpensive fall decoration types. I love changing up my bedroom décor in accordance with the seasons. And I do it for fairly cheap.
On my nightstand, I have this little setup of autumn trinkets, all of which I purchased in Target’s dollar bin. Yep. I only paid a dollar for these little goodies. It’s a pretty awesome feeling.
Target usually sells cute, inexpensive decorations for every season. I actually have Christmas and Halloween signs similar to this “Harvest” one. I love them because while they’re simple, they manage to give a room a ton of seasonal flare.
The little wire pumpkin is a nice accent to the “Harvest” sign. If you know me, you know I adore pumpkin decorations (typical, I know…though strangely I’m not a big fan of pumpkin spice). I have a few other mini pumpkins scattered around my bedroom as well.
Another item that easily spruces up a bland room is a candle. I’ve got this wonderful one from Bath & Body Works, of course, in the scent “Pumpkin Pie.” I keep this on my candle stand from September to November. It’s very simple but very festive.
This next item is also a product of Target, though unfortunately, not the dollar area. I picked up this autumnal bird last Fall and it’s still my favorite decoration. Animals plus hats always equals a success.
One way to indulge your inner child while simultaneously getting in the spirit of Fall is through candy corn. I filled this glass jar from TJ Maxx with these sugary candies. It adds a bit of color and texture to a surface and is convenient if you’ve got a sweet tooth.
Thank you so much for reading this post. Your support is wonderful. Also, let me know how you like to decorate your room for Fall. Any good tips I’m missing?
Until next time.
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