The witches and goblins will disappear at midnight on Halloween, and the pumpkins will usher in the first day of Fall!
Tommy McMullan - Designer
La-Z-Boy, Mobile, AL
The day after Halloween is the official First Day of the Fall Holiday Season!
I am sharing some beautiful examples of Fall arrangements using pumpkins and objects you already have in your home, and other ideas using branches, leaves, and berries pulled from your yard or from the side of the road! Happy Halloween and enjoy your Fall decorating!
Farmers markets and grocery stores still have plenty of pumpkins and colorful Indian Corn available!
A La-Z-Boy room beautifully decorated for Fall features the Talbot sofa
Halloween has always been a favorite holiday at our house. As a child, I lived out of town on a farm so my mother would have a Halloween carnival in October and invite both adults and children where we bobbed for apples either in a tub of water or hanging from a string -no hands allowed! It was a great time.
As the children grew up and went off to college, we would have a pumpkin carving contest in October to keep the fun alive!
CUTE IDEA: Pick any simple cookie cutter that you have in your baking set and use a mallet to help drive it through the shell of your pumpkin. When you're done, consider spray painting the entire thing one color if you want to make it a year-round piece.
Colors are like humans. Each one has a meaning. Each one conveys different feelings. Each one matters. How to mix people and how to mix colors is very important to understand because not all colors - or people - work well together!
When artists choose colors harmoniously, spectacular results follow. It's the same when designing a room!
Choosing contrasting colors with
one complimentary color
can be the way to go.
Click here to read my earlier blog on primary colors!
Primary colors are still on my mind! Happy, free, and bright!
I do love the primary colors.
However, using all three together can be a LITTLE TOO MUCH!
CHOOSE FROM LOTS OF LA-Z-BOY STYLES...
"Marine Blue 4"
One of a collection of four
"Silver Leaf Graphic Red"
One of four colors
Also in red and blue
Distressed brick red lamp plated gun metal
Valentine Framed Prints
with Champagne Frames
Earlier this week I wrote about the color RED and how this color means business, commands attention, and exudes excitement. However, incorporating red into your home decor is sometimes easier said than done.
Too much red isn’t always right for certain spaces. Too little red won't even make dent in your design.
Fortunately, pairing red with another color (or two!) can bridge the gap between subtle and statement. There are so any options that work with red! Here is one of my favorite color pairing to help tame this beautiful but commanding color!
Not too early to shop for holiday decor!
Pillow from our Surya Collection