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Layering Fall Into My Home


 
I adore  fall
and 
I adore 
seasonal decorating 
both inside and outside 
my home.

I have been doing this so many years
I have it down 
to a 
quick and easy
layering process.



Since I
 decorate seasonally 
I keep a neutral palette with my furniture
so I can change accessory layers easily.




This makes it a simple process
to layer in the season.

I start with 

Textiles

Pillows
Table Runners or Tablecloths
Cozy Throws
Rugs (some years)





I love
 collecting seasonal pillows
and
 especially for fall!
I love mixing in color and textures!




 My Next Layer

Candles

 

 I add collections of them as centerpieces.

I also add them to my mantle shelving.

I basically spread them all around 

our living/ dining area.

It makes for

 a beautiful, warm glow

especially with a fire in the fire place.





One of my favorites about 
Fall 
is getting up before the sun
for
Coffee, Candles and Gratitude
before the sunrise.





Next Layer
Natural Elements

I always have lots of 
plants and interior trees.
For me 
they bring life to my spaces.


In the 
Fall
one of my favorite natural elements to bring in
besides 
flowers 
are 
Pumpkins
Inside and out!


This is the first time I added in a very large
Floral Arrangement
I am absolutely loving 
the dramatic impact!





Every morning 
I can't wait to see how the flowers change!





I also love highlighting seasonal change
in my
Outdoor Rooms 
as well!

This year I did a gorgeous 
Fall Planting 
in our front yard planter.





For the first row in 
the Planter
I added a sweet low growing flower row.

Next a row of Pumpkins with a ton of character.

Behind those
a row of 
Ornamental Corn
in a deep purple tone.

Behind those are my herbs and tomatoes
which are finishing up their season.

Since our large planter is in our front yard
I keep the seasonal pretties up front 
and 
the 'crops' in the back of the planter.





How gorgeous are these ornamental corn stalks.






For the front terrace
I added 
fall throws and pillows
as well as more
pumpkins.





For our newest terrace
I simply 
layered in a few more
pumpkins.

They are so fun and easy to work with!
I keep them out until 
the day after Thanksgiving
And there is no storing these decorations involved!




Similar layering inside our 
Courtyard

Lots of Textiles




Pillows
Layers of throws
A Rug
and 
of course some 
extra large pumpkins
candles
and
 strung lights above
all 
Layer Fall 
into even my outdoor rooms!




Fall 
seasonal  decorating
 can be quick and easy
if you just think in terms of 

Layers

Think

Textiles
like

Pillows
Throws
Runners and Tablecloths
Rugs

Candles
and 
Natural Elements
like 
Flowers
Plants, Flowers and Pumpkins

Thanks so much for visiting here!
Leave a comment and let me know
what your favorite 
way to seasonally decorate is.
I'd love to hear!



As always my friends

I wish you love and joy

as you 

Style Your Life







19 comments:

  1. Beautiful, subtle but with an impact! I am too colorful and maybe slightly tacky 😘😘with my fall decor! But I love it all, flashy or tasteful!

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    1. Thank you so much Gayle! Seasonal decorating should always bee about what brings us joy! I appreciate your visit here darling!

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  2. Love your color, layers and textures! I especially love the front bed with the flowers and row of pumpkins! You are so talented at creating interest and vi ranch to every area!

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    1. Ginger so lovely to see your comment here darling! Thank you for you visit and kind words! XO

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  3. *interest and vibrance 😉 😊

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  4. gorgeous and so effective yet so simple thank you for the ideas Tamera
    Marie

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    1. Marie thank you for visiting and gift of words darling!

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  5. Beautiful photos, T.
    Nicely done!

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    1. So Lovely to see you here darling! How are you doing these days? Sending big hugs! XOX

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  6. YOU MAKE IT LOOK SO EASY!
    WHERE DO YOU STORE YOU SEASONAL GOODS?I HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO SPACE FOR THAT........I"m lucky if I get a PUMPKIN OUTSIDE!Since the TRICK or TREATERS do not come anymore all kids grown and gone I'm nOT MOTIVATED!YOURS LOOKS DEVINE.............XX

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    1. Hello dearest Elizabeth! So happy to see you here! We rent a storage for the seasonal decor, although one of our next home projects we are doing (we as in Jeff), is building our own storage casita at our house. My very own extended prop closet! Speaking of closets ... I am still in awe of your very own new beautiful dream closet! I'm off now to visit your blog darling!! Sending big hugs!! XOX

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  7. Ohhhh how I love this post- everything!!! I'm looking for a table runner like the one you have on your coffee table! And I love the pillows that are rust & cream, looking for some like those, as well. So many good ideas here...and the pumpkins in the flower bed!!! lined up so pretty!!! This just makes me smile - and the wheels are turning on what I want to do here next!!! Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration!! :-D

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    1. So lovely to see you hear Roxanne! And thank you ever so much darling! I know you love this time of year, as much as I do! I can't wait to hear what you do with the inspiration! I hope you share ... especially since you live in such an iconic fall wonderland! Big hugs to you! XOX

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  8. Such beauty, Tamera. You've given me some wonderful ideas that I plan on implementing since we are entertaining more outdoors lately. I want to purchase a couple of comfortable couches but I wonder, do you bring everything indoors in the evening? I know you have a "tent"-type of enclosure, do you put everything in there and/or are there materials that you can leave outside?
    You make everything look so luscious and fun!

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    1. Hello dearest Catherine! Sol lovely to see your comment here! All of my outdoor furniture is made to live outside. I do bring the pillows and throws inside when it rains, which is usually not very often in the fall. My tepee, that you so sweetly remember was a one season star. My recommendation for buying textiles for outside, is to buy acrylic or polyester, as they don't mildew in the dampness and are easy to throw in the washer.

      My other favorite piece for our new normal, of outside entertaining is a gas fire pit. We have added one in both the front and backyards. Not only do they put out heat, they make for the most lovely ambiance. We will probably be adding standing heaters as well this winter.

      So excited to hear of your outdoor entertaining area! Feel free to ask me any other questions. I am always so honored to be of help! Sending you big hugs darling! XOX

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  9. Gorgeous as always! I looooove the front flower bed and the outdoor rooms are just so cozy! When I see your email in my box, it literally makes my day!

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    1. Renee thank you so much for visiting and commenting here! Your sweet words, made my day!! Big hugs!

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  10. Tamera ... I love when you share glimpses into your wonderful home. It's warm, cozy and stylish all at the same time. You make it seem effortless. Your choice of pumpkins is stunning ... the color! I've pinned a few photos so I can remember this for next year when my gardens are a bit more mature. Your outdoor living spaces continue to be glorious ... the way you layer textured pillows and throws ... I'm in awe. Thanks for sharing fall at Casa Tamera ... it's enchanting! xo

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    1. Juliet thank you ever so much for your kind words! They are so appreciated, especially coming from your extremely talented self! I continue to marvel at your Snowberry renovation! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting! XOX

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