In my last post, I told you how I made the front door arrangements. I arranged some large pumpkins and craft store leaves in the urns that sit on the front porch year round.
I have two little sitting areas on my front porch. I added a festive lantern to each one. I added some autumn floral picks to the top of each lantern, and filled them with seasonal items such as pine cones and faux mini pumpkins and gourds.
On the side of the house at the end of the driveway, I've created this little pumpkin patch display.
You may remember that I used this wreath on the front door of the old house. I couldn't use it on the front of our current house because I have two doors in front. Luckily, I found the perfect spot for it here at the end of the driveway.
Come a little further into the house, and this sparkley guy from Home Goods is resting against a column in the hallway.
My living room mantel is minimally decorated with ceramic pumpkins and gourds. The large pumpkins on each end were purchased last year at Hobby Lobby. The small items were purchased years ago for just 99 cents at Old Time Pottery.
and these dried arrangements from Hobby Lobby on the family room fireplace mantel.
That's all I've got on the inside of the house for the time being. Perhaps if I manage to dig myself out from under all the moving boxes before Thanksgiving, I'll add some more. I did, however, manage to create a seasonal feel on the back patio.
A centerpiece of burlap wrapped candles and a mix of faux and real mini pumpkins graces the outdoor coffee table.
This black console was dressed for the season with a few rustic candle holders from Marshalls and a ceramic bowl (from Pier One) full of filler inspired by nature. The large basket that holds beach towels in the summer is now filled with warm comfy throws.