Hey friends! Today I'm sharing my simple fall shelves! I've implemented every single beautiful piece that I shared with you in last week's blog post. I was able to create something beautiful that didn't break the bank. If you're visiting from Instagram, Facebook, or Youtube welcome! I'm so glad you're here. If you missed last week's post about my Fall thrift store haul click, here. Disclaimer: this post may contain affiliate links. This helps me continue to provide you with how-to DIY projects as well as helpful blog posts. To learn more about what affiliate links are click, here.
I get so many compliments on these shelves & to be honest... I don't know how I actually lived without them being here. I love having a spot to display my gorgeous finds, so if you want to make your own for under $20 head, here for the tutorial. It's such a simple low cost DIY project.
There is nothing that I love more than when the temperature changes & I can begin pulling out Fall decor, those chunky sweaters & boots. This time of the year has always been a favorite of mine. The jury is still out on if that's because my birthday is in Fall. Fall has always been about football, family, apple picking, bonfires, hayrides & corn-mazes. I honestly jump at any free time I get to spend with my family, because it's so important to me.
I thought it would be fun to share my decor process with you guys, so I hope you'll make sure & check that out below. In my last post, I shared how I love my home to look collected over time. In order to achieve that look I needed to do a little shopping. I shopped my home, by looking in other spaces for decor that I could move around, and I hit a few of my favorite stores like Target, Walmart & Hobby Lobby & Goodwill. If you missed the tips I shared in last week's video you need to check that out & save some coins.
How awesome do these books look in contrast to the bold tones in the platter?
I am such a fan of using this years Fall color, Amber with a deep mustard.
I think that adding this gorgeous large scale print on the top shelf was just what I needed to bring the eye upward. Don't you?
I kept it simple on the console under the shelves, so this space would remain fluid. Now that it has been painted to match the kitchen cabinets, I think it really shines!
The addition of the amber glasses is just the perfect touch. I didn't want to overdo the amount of amber that I used. I wanted it to make a statement, but not become the star of the show!
Tell me... Are you a fan? What do you think? If you have any questions, comments, tips or tricks to add to my Simple Fall Shelves blog post, please leave them in the comments below. I love to connecting with you guys. Don't forget to grab this week's freebie, subscribe & check out the video I made for you below!