I’VE BEEN ADDING A FEW RUSTIC BOHO PIECES TO THE CABIN FOR FALL. IT ACTUALLY MAKES IT FEEL MORE LIKE A HUNTING LODGE TO ME!
I have to say Fall is my favorite time of the year here in the mitten state. I always look forward to the days cooling off and the trees leaves turning bright amber, and rusty orange. There’s just a smell in the air that can’t be mistaken for anything but fall.
I’d been holing off on my fall decorating inside but caved when I spotted these boho pillows at TJMaxx. I’ve been so good about not purchasing any new pillows for over year but decided it was time for a new look.
I purchased 2 new pillows and my bestie took 2 from my stash off my hands. Not wanting to look like a pillow hoarder again if a new one comes in one has to go out. Keeping my stash down to a controllable number.
Everything else you see in the photos has been recycled from past years or moved from other rooms in the house. My MIL came over and asked if I had new curtain. I had to laugh the curtains are old. She never even mentioned the throw pillows and there what’s new.
Did you know in boho decorating it’s trendy to have a straw-hat collection hanging on the wall? For me it’s not only a collection I actually wear them. Ones for wearing when I do yard work and the other two I wear with my boho outfits. Ya know the best part about wearing a hat’s not having to do my hair. Once again I’ve grown it out and it’s shoulder length again.
What comes over me I’ll never know but I cut my hair short and wear it that way for a few years and then I grow it out long again. For me my hair grows like a weed; I cut it off and it grows back in no time making it easy to changes styles often.
I also changed the artwork on our walls. The pretty green that’s on our kitchen island was also in many of the wall pieces. Those are all stowed away in the basement for now and I went with neutral colors for fall.
If you follow me on Instagram you’ve heard me say our entire family and all our employees just got over a bout of the flu. I HATE being sick so I got right on making a batch of Elderberry Syrup to take every day to boost our immune system. Luckily they grow wild on the roadsides where I’m from so picking is easy. I brewed up a batch in my Instapot this time and it turned out perfect. I’ll share how I did it and give you my recipe in the next post.
If you didn’t get a chance to read my last post you can go back and see the pumpkins I harvested from the garden this year. Right now I’m using them on the side porch along with a few mums to decorate with. I need to get out and photograph that area so I can share it with you.
I’ve been a little lazy with keeping up on blogging lately but I’m feeling in the mood again so I’ll have many more fall post to share soon!