October is finally here and I am loving it! Fall is my favorite season hands down and decorations add to the fun. So my style has changed quite a bit the past couple of years. I went through about a year of being ‘lost’ in my style…. basically not liking my old style but still struggling to find what I really did love. And of course experiencing guilt and confusion for not liking the chippy paint vintage look anymore when I SO LOVED it before. I then went through another year of finding my new style and fine tuning it. I am happy to say that I have found it and I am much more sure about what I want, which definitely makes shopping a whole lot easier! I have a great appreciation for many decorating styles and of course mixing them is SO okay too. Better in fact. Much more lived in and less ‘staged’.
With that being said, when I pulled out many of my old Halloween and Fall decorations and put them up… I just wasn’t feeling it. Too much clutter… too much everything. So I pulled down what I didn’t love and simplified things a lot. It is much more minimalistic and a lot more “me”. So here’s some Fall inspiration for y’all! Kemley style…
^^ I purchased a sprig of fake fall leaves at Hobby Lobby, cut them off the stem, spray painted them gold and copper, and made a banner. The copper pumpkin on the top shelf is a real one I spray painted as well. The wooden “Gather” banner on leather cord is from Target.
^^ I LOVE mini pumpkins… I got these from my parent’s pumpkin patch. Of course I had to spray some gold!
^^ This gold metal vase is Nate Berkus for Target
^^ The chair is from Target, it was originally teal but I sprayed it gold a few months back. I also painted a couple more pumpkins copper for outside.
^^ Recently I painted our front doors this stormy-blue color and they look SO much better. The white paint was very chipped before. I also got a new door handle and lock which I am IN LOVE with. I will post some before and after pictures soon.. the difference is amazing!
So what do you think? The inside is much more ‘minimalist’ and simple than the front porch area, but I love both. I also feel like the inside decor could stay up through Thanksgiving and still look great and not too “Halloweeny”. Haha made up words, right.. Anyway, I hope you liked it and this inspires some of you to switch up your Fall and holiday decor!