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3,016 Results for "Fall Decor"

Autumnal Wine Country Living, My living and dining rooms, dressed for Autumn, Dining Rooms Design
Fall decor 2010, Fall decorations, Holidays Design
Front porch, Front porch fall decor with scarecrows, wreath,pumpkins and gourds, Holidays Design
HARVEST ENTRY, Since moving from Florida to Arizona, one thing is for sure: I've enjoyed decorating our entryway for Spring, Fall and Holiday. To see Spring, please view Spring on the Stoop - Crisp, clean and filled with pink & purple flowers. For Fall, it's quite the opposite: remembering our NJ home stoop, I made swept piles in the corners of each step using a bag of wood bark chips from Home Depot - mixed with a few faux leaves PLUS pinecones I collected here in AZ. I used another bag of bark chips around the base of my urns & lanterns at the door -- and since the weather cools off here for Fall, I was able to use real pumpkins too. The branches in the urns add height to frame the doorway -- they are to me a keepsake from Florida -- I found them back in 2010 and still use them seasonally today. For Fall, I hot glue leaves, for winter: leaves are removed and sparkle snowflakes are added. In Spring, I wrap the branches with pink blossoms. This decorated entry makes a perfect spot for a family photo, a couples Christmas card, or even just a friendly seasonal pic to have has a keepsake..., Home Exterior Design
European cottage kitchen, I was blessed to have a patient and talented custom cabinet maker who is now a friend for life!  Cabinets are a mixture of painted "Buttercream" and stained "Espresso" with lots of "furniture" features.  The range hood and plate rack/buffet were made from inspiration pics I'd saved.  I love my pull-out spice racks that are "hidden" in the legs on either side of the drawers below my cook-top, which are always a surprise when people see them the first time!  I really love the double islands and use them both (especially the sinks!) and it's especially nice when family or guests volunteer to help!  We have a coffee bar and desk area in the breakfast nook that we use a lot as well, especially during the winter months.  Thanks for looking!, Kitchens Design
Fall Decor in Kitchen, Kitchens Design

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