Unless you count the scary spiderwebs that are naturally building up on our front porch, I haven’t done anything to help our house feel the fall season. So, I took 10 minutes this weekend to edit our hallway shelves to change up a few pieces and add in a little fall flair.
It’s really just a subtle difference from our year-round look (originally unveiled here):
Originally I had planned to update the shelves with each season, but the standard design has pretty much stayed the same. (Though I did toss some Christmas ornaments throughout the shelves during the holiday season.)
I had a few faux fall flowers in the closet, so I added those here and there, along with some twiggy apples.
On the middle shelf, I switched out a tall glass pitcher for a white ceramic pear, and added in a couple purplish/gold faux pumpkins that I got on clearance for 50 cents a piece for this tablescape a few years ago.
And down below, I just drew a little more attention to some green apples by placing them on top of the candlesticks.
I tried to keep a hint of the red/orange on the bottom shelf, too, even if it is subtle…
Oh, and I let myself stray from my green/gray/black/white book cover scheme to add in a beige and yellow books. It helps with the fall feel, just a little. Or am I the only one that even noticed that?
I’m thinking that this little arrangement will take us right through Thanksgiving, so it was 10 minutes worth my while.
What have you been doing to fall-ify your house?