fall decorating tips
Jennifer Howard | Cottage on Bunker Hill
Fall is a great time to get creative with your home decor. And one of the best ways to do it is by thrifting! You can find all sorts of unique and affordable pieces at thrift stores that will add a touch of seasonal charm to your entryway.
I keep my eye out for vintage pieces like this jug for $6.99! I also look for things to upcycle or makeover.
The brown & cream jug already had a Fall vibe. A bunch of dried wheat finished off the Autumn look.
Mix in non-seasonal items when you are decorating like a lantern or candlesticks.
Keep your eye out for wicker picnic baskets for a fun display idea! Here I added a natural garland and a mushroom print (free download on my site).
Always try to add greenery to your displays. It makes anything you style feel organic and come alive.
Dried hydrangeas are perfect for Fall. Here I put a bunch in a vintage wood bucket next to the entry table.
An easy decorating tip: tie old books together with a string or ribbon and tuck in dried flowers or a feather.
With a little creativity, you can easily decorate your entryway for Fall with thrift store finds. So get out there and start thrifting! You might be surprised at what you can find.