The end-of-Summer is the one time of year when our home decor "unwinds" from colorful and vibrant . . . and shifts to soft neutrals.
I love cotton boles. They are incredibly beautiful, especially in the Fall when paired with pumpkins, berry twigs, and other natural elements.
I bought this stunning wreath while on vacation with my mom and sister here.
White hydrangeas are always a part of my decor, any time of year.
They are my year-round favorite flower!
I have seasonal favorites too . . . like Black-Eyed Susans and sunflowers ~ July through November.
I especially love sunflowers throughout Summer, especially at the end-of-Summer.
Their golden hues are a warm welcome for Fall, one of my favorite seasons.
There are even simple desserts, like a slice of warm Butter Poundcake and fresh sliced peaches,
that seem to taste the best at the end of a long Summer season.
Towards the end of Summer, I tend to decorate our family room, dining room, and kitchen in more neutral hues.
I carefully pack away my bright and vibrant Summer colors and patterns, and exchange them for . . . beige, grey, and whites.
I find that this soft and muted canvas allows me to 'dream of Fall,' and all its beauty.
For me, it's a peaceful and pleasant way to transition into a new season.
LET'S STAY in touch!
Do you do anything special to prepare your home
for a new season?