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I’m not sure what it is about holidays and living in the south. When I lived out West I never really had the urge to decorate for the seasons (minus Christmas) Now I look forward to sprucing up the place to go along with whatever season we are in.

Fall down here is definitely not the same as it was growing up in Minnesota. For obvious reasons. We have two seasons here in FL, hot and less hot. So when fall rolls around I get a little homesick. Picking out pumpkins in 80 degree weather doesn’t quite do the trick. So adding a little fall flare to my home helps!

When it comes to decorating for the season/holiday, less is more. You don’t want to go too overboard because then things look cluttered. Try and stick with a theme/color scheme.


Adding little changes and pops of color here and there will make your decor noticeable but not too much.


A lot of times I see people go WAY overboard with their holiday decor. Which is okay if that is what you like. Its VERY hard for me not to go crazy, especially at Christmas time.


I love love love this time of year. I also like to change things up. Each year I decorate a little different than the last.


Plus I usually acquire five one or two new pieces every year to add to my decor. That also helps with not spending too much and going overboard. If you add to your seasonal decor slowly you will have an easier time sticking with the theme.



And last but not least, can we talk about candles? That is one thing I tend to always go overboard on! But who doesn’t want to walk into a home that smells like fresh apple pie? Below are two of my all time favorites! You can click on the picture and check them out for yourself! I promise they all smell heavenly! 


indexHappy Fall Y’all!