You saw with my post yesterday on the DIY Fall Wreath that I’m slowly starting to get a few fall colors into my home.
With Labor Day weekend coming up this weekend, I know that the boxes are going to be brought down from the attic in no time (aka…Tuesday 😉) and soon enough I’ll be filling all my spaces with all the pumpkins and coziness.
If you remember this time last year, I was in the midst of a full main level remodel. One year ago marks the time when we couldn’t walk on our floors because the demo made a lot of “shark teeth” according to Jackson. We were in full demolition at this point and no fall decor ever went up.
To see just how far we’ve gone with our remodel in just one year, check out my “Home Remodel” tab on my homepage!
So what does that mean for this year?
I need to temper my excitement to decorate every inch of this beautiful newness with all new and beautiful. With a baby on the way, a nursery to decorate, and Christmas right around the corner, I need to be smart about spending and choose pieces that hold a punch in my space without costing a lot of money.
Last night, I was searching a few pieces on Amazon, and before you know it, I had near 20 pieces saved in my cart! All highly rated and priced so well! I’m going to start decorating next week and use pieces I have first, but then decide on some of these favorites I have saved in my Amazon cart. No buying with “1-click” for this chick today. But in the meantime, I had to share what’s in my cart!
All links are listed below
Set of White Pumpkins // Eucalyptus Wreath // Gather and Buffalo Check Pillows // Hocus Pocus Tee // Hello Pumpkin Doormat // White Gather Farmhouse Sign // Step Into Fall Essential Oil Set // Fall Flag Garland // Hello Fall Pillow // Half Bushel Fruit Basket // Hello Pumpkin Farmhouse Sign // Eucalyptus Swag // Morning Pumpkin Coffee Mug // Fall Magnolia Wreath // Wood Gather Sign // Cozy Sherpa Reversible Blanket // Farmhouse Placemat Set
I can’t wait to share more fall ideas on Growing Up Kemper in the coming weeks! Happy Labor Day and Happy “Beginning of Fall!” 🙂