I’m a huge fan of pretty Fall decor (like, who isn’t, right?). I’m not however a fan of decor pieces that are fragile and expensive.
So, my solution is often to come up with a creative DIY project that is simple and inexpensive. This easy project took me all of about 30 min, most of which was waiting for the spray paint to dry.
I already had some grey and gold metallic spray paint on hand, so while I was waiting for the spray paint to dry, I gathered some birch branches that had fallen from my big birch tree in my front yard. I made sure they had lots of tiny branches growing off the main stem, where I could add my leaves.
I love how the gold leaves shine when the sunlight hits them.
Once completed, I decided that the perfect place to display these pretty fall branches was right in the middle of the living room. Lol. Why not, right?
I paired them with other fall decor items, like my casper pumpkin, white artichoke, and grey pumpkin under a cloche I recently picked up at a thrift store. All these items together help create a seasonal atmosphere, without being too over the top. It’s a subtle touch, but adds just the right amount of drama to the space. I’m all for decorating for the holidays, but I don’t necessarily like to have big ol’ orange pumpkins everywhere. Since I want my seasonal decor to flow well with my existing decor, spray painting items and using muted tones is a perfect solution.
See you at the end of the week, where I’ll show you my Thanksgiving Tablescape. Happy Fall Ya’ll!!!!!!!! 🙂
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