Hey my friends!
To stay with simplicity and budget for my fall decor, I am pulling a few browns out of the attic, adding some dried hydrangeas that were graciously given to me, and moving stuff from here to there.
I love that by using a neutral color palette, I can throw in a few browns, purples, greens, etc., and make a big statement.
I found this great galvanized bucket at my last yardsale of the season. Not old, but I sure love it.
I pulled this gorgeous old green chair out of my grandfather’s barn loft. I absolutely love the patina on this little baby.
Add a fun tag here and there to add a little more interest.
A little grapevine pumpkin added to a candlestick adds a little more fall prettiness to my dining room buffet. So simple…
Later this week, I am going to show you a great old brown suitcase that I picked up at a yardsale recently.
Fall décor on the cheap…just the way I like it!
Still keeping it simple on the home front.
**update on my mom…she had her last double drug treatment this last Thursday. Doctor said everything looked good and her numbers were all good. He also told her that this next group of treatments should not be as bad. Praise God for that! We are so thankful that she is finished with this first phase. I will tell you that the last couple of days and the next few days will be rough on her. I would so appreciate you helping pray her through it. We are still leaning on Him and fully trust in His perfect plan. Thank you, a thousand times over, for caring and for praying.