Some of My Favorite Bedding Creations


If you know me then you know I love to make a pretty bed. I don't know where I got this love for bed making from, but I'll see a new pillow, shams, quilt, duvet, etc. and then a light bulb in my head goes off and I'm creating a new bedding look in one of the bedrooms and this happens over and over. I just can't help it. I never buy everything new to create a new bed. I'll mix something new that sparked this new creation with some older bedding I have on hand and I have quite a bit from over the years. I have also let some pieces go.

Today I thought I would share some of my favorite bedding creations.
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Fall Foyer and Sitting Room Tour


Today I'm sharing the fall foyer and sitting room tour. I don't add a lot of fall cutsie decor in the main living area of the house. I like to keep it simple and just change up the pillows and add some items found in nature.

I took some shots from different angles than I normally share.

The Fall Sun Room 2019


Now, that it is begining to feel like fall around here I've added some fall accessories in the sun room. This is the room I live in so I waited to decorate in here. It was just too hot before. I believe that was the longest hottest summer I can remember. We broke all kinds of records. We still need rain.
I love an easy elegant French farmhouse style in most of the rooms, but this one along with one of the guest bedrooms is where I can add some cutesy stuff if I'm in the mood. 
Just by adding a fun colorful striped throw, a cute fall pillow and some pumpkins this room has the feeling I was going for.

French Country Style Fall Kitchen


October has arrived with temps still in the nineties here in the south, but cooler weather arrives this weekend and I can't wait. It's hard sprinkling fall around the house when it's so hot. I have not even bought any large pumpkins or mums yet. Usually I go to the pumpkin farm in September, but I'm waiting for it to feel like fall before I can walk around and choose pumpkins.
We were on a car lot all day yesterday and I was soaked from sweating.
Oh, and yes, I bought a new car. 😀

Today I'm sharing my French country style fall kitchen.
 I have added some simple fall additions using things found in nature like fruit, gourds, and dried florals.

Fall French Farmhouse Table


The days are shorter, the temps will eventually be cooling down and we even have leaves falling which is probably because we're in a drought. 

I thought I would, for fun, put a fall table setting together to share using what I had on hand along with a few budget friendly purchases. 

Fall French Farmhouse Table