The best part about home decor is that it doesn’t have to stay the same. Our home is constantly changing, and the addition of this little table is the perfect example. I used simple tricks to decorate this space on a budget, and I will share how you can do the same!
This little table is the perfect example of how easy it can be to switch up home decor. Believe it or not, someone had thrown this table away! My Dad saw it on the side of the road and knew that I would love it. He was right; thank you, Dad!
It fit perfectly under my favorite sign from True Woods NW. I love that it gives me a space to create a little vignette. For Fall, I used a lot of warm colors and textures to create a cozy feel. Antique crocks, amber glass bottles, architectural salvage, doilies, vintage school items, feathers, and corn stalk leaves made for the perfect combination.
What really pulled this whole vignette together was my fall candle, sweater weather, from my friend Lainie. She is the creator behind the small shop, Ohh Soy Goodness. She has so many amazing hand-poured soy candles to choose from, but if I had to choose this one is my favorite! It is a classic fall scent in my opinion, and the name could not be more fitting. The best part is that it’s scent carries throughout the room even when the candle isn’t burning. You can shop her candles HERE.
Decor on a budget
One of my biggest goals is to share ways to create spaces you love in your home on a budget. One of the easiest ways to do that is by mixing old items with new. In fact, the only new item in this space is the sign, which is an item that will work for all seasons. Almost every item on the table (including the table itself) was thrifted or gifted to me. The best part about collecting antiques is once friends and family find out, you get a lot of amazing gifts! Like this table from my Dad and 3 out of the 5 crocks/ jugs, which were given to me from a friend at work.
When making purchases, try to find items that you love and that can be used throughout different seasons. One of the most affordable ways to seasonalize (let’s pretend that’s a word) is by bringing the outdoors in. The only part of this vignette that is exclusive to Fall decor are the corn stalk tops and leaves that I stuck inside the crocks. Everything else can be transitioned into winter decor and used in other ways throughout the year. This way, the only seasonal decor you need to store is the dried florals/greenery. However, if you are short on storage, these things can be replaced the following year for free or close to it by taking clippings from the yard or shopping local farm stands.
I hope this space has inspired you to think of decor in a new way and to find ways to decorate on a budget. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. It truly means so much to have you here!
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