Happy November everyone!! It’s that time of year where we start transitioning our homes from fall to winter decor. I’m usually a “jump right into Christmas decor” kind of girl, but I’ve partnered with Balsam Hill recently & I’m excited to share some of my decor transition tips on their blog today [HERE]. Head on over there to check my tips out and to see what floral’s I used here in our living room to get the perfect level of cozy winter decor.
You know my obsession with pears so I was so excited that this garland and wreath mixed fall fruit with some winter greens. It’s the perfect warm and cozy combo for this in-between time of Thanksgiving and Christmas! Anyways, I hope you enjoy my tips on transitioning your seasonal decor [HERE] & I hope you also enjoy this partnership with Balsam Hill as I will be doing a few of these to combine our forces to share our best tips with our best products and styling. Thank you guys so much for stopping by the blog today and every single day to see what we are up to & again, Happy November!!! xx
Cindy in Oklahoma says
Breathtaking…again! This needs to be on the cover of a magazine. And you, missy, need to publish a book of your décor ideas. Please?
Vicki Pfaff says
Stunning! So cozy and inviting with the lights, and the greens giving a hint of the upcoming holiday season, but keeping the fall feel with those gorgeous pears. Love!
Kim Lippelman says
Love it!!!!!!!! It’s so warm and inviting. Great look. Just do a holiday blog special of your whole house ?
Kris @ Junk Chic Cottage says
Gorgeous love those mirrors. Stunning.
Liz! The inspiration is just oozing in your posts! The mirrors are stunning and Balsam Hill has it going on with at garland. Thanks for sharing, glad to see that happy smile on your face ?.
Lisa Kaiser --Mabelandmaudes says
WOW! This is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love it!
Debbie McR says
LOVE. THIS! The mirrors make me swoon. Where are the pom pom pillows from? Maybe I missed that in your post. Happy Fall Y’All!
Beautiful mirrors and fall mantle. I have enjoyed your Fall decor and had hoped to see more of it in blog land before rushing into Christmas decor. We are already inundated with Christmas decor, months ago in every store we step foot in. I think the answer might be to hang decorative pumpkins on fake Christmas trees at the first sign of fall. LOL.