October 7, 2013

Dressing Your House for Fall | Kreyv

Hi Living Savvy readers! I'm Jamie from [kreyv], and I am so excited to be guest posting for Tiffany. Fall is my favorite time of year. I mean, really, what's not to love about fall (besides the fact that some of us then have to endure winter when it ends)?  To me, dressing my home for fall is all about bringing in nature, layers, warmth, color, and texture. Today, I decided to share a simple fall tablescape and some of my favorite fall decorating tips.
one | Bring elements of the outside in. I love implementing nature into my decor, and fall provides tons of (free) resources. Try using leaves, pinecones, pumpkins, or branches into your home decor or table settings.  
two | Personalize items to add sophistication and a sense of individuality. I love a good monogram or a personalized place card any time of year!
three | Add layers. Layers provide personality and warmth to a space (or table setting in this case).  Layers are a good way to add color, texture, and character.
four | Light some candles. Candlelight not only adds dramatic lighting, but also makes a space feel intimate and warm. 
five | Don't be afraid of color.  Any color. Don't feel like you have to stick to a certain color palette for fall or the holidays. 
I hope you enjoyed my tips for dressing a home (or table) for fall.  I love fall and the yummy, warm food that comes along with it...if only I could find someone to cook for me! I'd love for you to stop by [kreyv] and say hi. I promise you lots of eye candy, [so cheap, so easy] DIYs, and plenty of randomness! 


How do you dress your home for fall?  For the next few weeks I have asked some very talented and favorite bloggers to share how they dress their homes for fall... 
I am so excited to see what they have to share!


Vel Criste said...

Jamie, absolutely adore your towel wall art too! Thanks for the great tips!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

what a gorgeous table! love it! thank you for sharing!

Elisa of Fancy Free Me said...

Loving the branches in bottles! too cute!