We recently published a newsletter listing our top five favorite things for fall. Here is our amended edition with bonus material. Our Favorites for Fall Pinterest board has more. Check it out here.
Five Favorite Colors
Looking for a change? These are our color choices for updating the inside of your home for fall. They are cozy, but not overbearing. Some of them are all time favorites and we would categorize them in our “Secret Weapon” Department. Now not so secret as we are blasting it out to the universe. Dragons Breath has been in our principal designer’s arsenal for about 10 years. Nicole, loves the depth of this cool, but dark brown. She says it’s very lavenderesque at times.
Some More Amazingnesss for Fall
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The Original Five Faves for Fall
1. Paleo Pumpkin Pie
We are chow hounds, but try to be healthy. “Try” is the key word. Nicole, our principal designer, had ice cream for dinner last night. True story. She also cured herself of most of her food allergies in addition to other problems she was having. We’ve learned that grains and sugar cause inflammation and digestive issues over time. She favors the Paleo diet whenever she can. This seasonal recipe is grain free! Give it a try!
There is no reason you need to stick to oranges, reds and browns. See our Favorites for Fall Pinterest board for more unconventional color stories for Fall.
3. A Specimen Board
Get your butt outside and collect some dried botanicals and seed pods and showcase them all on your wall. This is a great project to do with kids! For a step by step, click here.
4. Chevron Pumpkins
We thought we were over chevron until we saw this fun idea. Here’s the tutorial.
5. The Brahms Mount Herringbone Throw
Of course we had to choose a favorite thing. And of course, that favorite thing has to help you transition into the cold weather. Professionally, it’s a throw. Psychologically, it’s a woobie. This woobiethrow, by one of our favorite retailers, Serena and Lily, is sure to keep you warm in the cooler months. Click here to buy it. Also see the recycled sweaters blankets that you can buy or make on our Favorites for Fall Pinterest Board.