WALL TO WALL FALL STYLE - Dimples and Tangles

WALL TO WALL FALL STYLE



Although I typically don't decorate for Fall until later in the month, I've been thinking about what kind of decorations that I wanted to do this year.  Last year I made a drastic shift from traditional Fall colors to using a mainly orange and pink combo, and I decided to continue that untraditional color palette again this year.  I'm excited to be a part of At Home Stores' "Wall to Wall Fall" campaign and show you some of the fun Fall accessories I found there this year.  After an hour or two of roaming the store and aisles and aisles of Fall decor (you can't make a quick trip to At Home, it's huge and there's SO many good things to see!), I had a cart full of versatile seasonal pieces to freshen up my Fall style. They challenged me to use what I chose in a variety of different rooms, so here's a look at what I came up with!

My "anchor" piece that I started with was this wheat wreath.  I knew I could use it lots of different ways, and while beautiful as is, I could add some embellishments to it at some point down the road if I want to change up the look.  For now I simply tied a bow and hung it over my Entry mirror with some pink and orange ribbon.





You might remember this squirrel from a Fall tablescape a few years ago, although he got a new paint job this time to fit my pink and orange theme.



Moving to the Dining Room, the wreath transitioned to a centerpiece surrounding a group of orange taper candles.



I fell in love with the candleholders the minute I saw them.  You can see the top a little better in the mantel photo below, but I loved the shape and the fact that they could double as a vase.  They would also be really pretty hanging on a wall from a bracket like a lantern!


I found some faux orange lantern flowers that reminded me of the real ones I saw growing wild along the Thames River in London, they have the coolest shape! They were perfect to add a pop of orange into a bunch of fresh flowers to signal a transition to Fall.

Decor Tip- Mix a few faux stems in with a bunch of fresh flowers.  It will stretch your fresh bouquet further and you can obviously use them over and over.  I bet no one will notice the faux from the real!


Just like in the Entry, the wheat wreath is perfect to hang over a mirror. I left out the pink here and kept the mantel pretty neutral.


Assembling a variety of pumpkins is about the easiest way to decorate for Fall, just pile them all together!  The color and texture of this unusual yellow one caught my eye and although I don't use yellow often I couldn't resist adding it into the mix. The orange pumpkin was also unique and almost sculptural made up of it's interesting wood shaving pieces. I like to vary the shapes and sizes of pumpkins so I finished off the group with some simple gold metallic ones and tiny wood ones with cute metal leaves attached (these are the white ones and I sprayed a few of them pink).


Lastly, I used a few of the pieces to add just a hint of Fall in our bedroom.  I like to acknowledge the season in the bedrooms without going overboard.


I used these blue pillows and the gold metallic pillow this Summer in the At Home Throw Pillow Throw Down challenge, and I love them to calm my pillow mix down- just a bit! ;) - for Fall.


So there you have it!  By choosing a variety of basic pieces (pumpkins, wreath, candleholders, seasonal ribbon, pillar and taper candles and filler flowers) I was able to create multiple Fall looks in several different areas of my home.  I want to know, have you started decorating for Fall yet?  Do you have staple Fall pieces that are easy to transition from room to room, year to year?


*This post is sponsored by At Home Stores.  I'm always happy to partner with this store that I have shopped at since I was a teen, thank you for supporting Dimples and Tangles sponsors to keep great content coming! 


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14 comments

  1. I don't properly think I can ever convey to you how much I adore the bright colors you use in your home and showcase on your blog and social media. I am OBSESSED!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Ellen. Those kind words mean a lot! Have a great weekend!

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  2. If someone told me one could mix hot pink, orange, green, blue and metallics with wild abandon, and have it look like the best page in a style magazine, I would think...never! You pull it all together with aplomb, and your house is stunning! I never tire of seeing your creations.

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    1. Well thank you so much! I feel like some might think I've gone off the deep end sometimes with my color, but it makes me happy!

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  4. i echo Ellen's comment above. i love your bright colors and your Wall to Wall Fall is spectacular. your blog is really a bright spot in my week. Happy Weekend.

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  5. Beautiful, as usual! Quite an interesting combo of colors and I love it!

    xo
    Pat

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    1. I love your two gold bamboo mirrors. Where can I purchased them>

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  6. Love the hot pink and orange combo. There is an At Home store about 10 minutes from my house. I think I see a wheat wreath in my future. I think I may take a stab at a DIY of the yellow leaf pumpkin.

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    1. I hope you find some good things, Stacye. I want to see your pumpkin, that one had the prettiest texture! You have the best DIY ideas!

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  7. I just went all over town searching for wheat wreaths!! I started At Home but they were sold out. Found two at joAnnes!! wooohoooo. I did a jig in the store...and they were 60% off. I'll adapt your ideas to our home for fall. Have bridal showers coming up later this month and want to be festive! Thank you> Mary Louise.

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    1. Glad you found some! I love that they are beautiful as is but can be dressed up if desired too! They will be perfect for a Fall bridal shower!

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  8. For mirror question above, they are vintage. I found them both on Craigslist at different times.

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  9. I love your fall decorating ideas Jennifer. I love fall colors and I use a lot of pine cones. I put them in wire baskets, wooden bowls or just lay them on a stack of books and maybe just add a few sprigs of berries here and there. When it is time for Christmas decorating I pull out the berries (not always) and add red, gold and silver Christmas balls. It makes the transition so easy.

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