It’s really beginning to feel like Fall this week, and we are loving it! Celebrate the coziness and get inspired with some fabulous fall recipes:
First and foremost, the quintessential autumn beverage — the pumpkin spice latte. If you love this drink but prefer to sip something warm from the comfort of your own home, try this recipe!
Take toast to the next level with this tasty butternut squash toast recipe! This would make a great Autumn brunch food or Thanksgiving appetizer!
A little sweet, a little savory, and all around adorable: thyme popovers with ginger pear butter. We can’t wait to try this one at home!
Speaking of savory — how delicious do these three cheese, potato, rosemary tarts look? Plus they are actually pretty quick and easy to make!
Looking to warm up with an adult beverage on a chilly Fall evening? This apple cocktail is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party!
It’s the tasty time of year again, when hosts and hostesses all over are looking for the perfect dishes and decor ideas for their Thanksgiving feasts. Make your Thanksgiving table stand out with these creative and crafty ideas we’ve collected for you:
Want to create warm welcome? We’ve found you a free printable banner that will do the trick!
We love this layered tablecloth look! It’s easy to recreate with fabric, and the rustic feel means no hemming is needed!
Butcher paper and crayons make the dining experience fun for little ones. But if we’re being totally honest, it looks great, and would be a perfectly acceptable last minute solution for the grown up table, too!
Here’s another fun way to make your table interactive — more free printables!
For easy seasonal decorations, paint some empty cans (we know you’ll have some after you’re done baking that pie!) and fill them with feathers!
You can also create a beautiful centerpiece using some rosy red apples. The white candles and greenery give it such a cozy, inviting feel.
You can also keep your table looking and smelling great by making some simple bouquets from fresh herbs! Talk about appetizing!
Only TWO days until Thanksgiving, and boy are we getting hungry! Hopefully you have most of your Thanksgiving prep underway by now, but in case you need a little extra inspiration, here are some gorgeous tablescapes and fun place settings to get you excited:
Sweet and simple! Greenery and copper for a clean place setting.
Rustic but bright!
This cheerful place setting combines natural elements with gold glitz perfectly!
Lush greens and pops of color! We love the way the deep purple compliments the bright persimmons.
Here’s a simple, classic look with white pumpkin place settings!
Love these leaf cut out place settings? You can make them for your own table with this template!
These pretty gold pear place settings are easy to make with plastic fruit and gold spray paint!
Another simple DIY: painted burlap place settings.
We love the rustic feel to this stump and candle jar centerpiece.
This centerpiece incorporates pumpkins and foliage! The little tea candles add a cozy touch.
This centerpiece screams bounty! We love the jumble of oranges and reds.
This adorable place setting has been circulating all over the web — here’s how you can make it yourself!
October is over and it’s getting chilly. This month, we’re loving cozy neutrals, earthy tones and natural textures. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorites:
This cozy living room uses simple, neutral hues, with warm but muted accents.
This gray and white living room keeps from being drab with warmer brown accents.
With the holiday season fast upon us, neutral arrangements like this fall mantel can be a great, understated approach to decorating.
We love the rustic feel of this bedroom; the varied pillows make the space inviting and cozy.
This sophisticated room makes use of a darker palette that also works great.
This neutral kid’s room keeps things sweet and simple.
This dining area looks great with a rustic table and a few pops of muted turquoise and orange.
And we love this simple, inviting kitchen nook.
This rustic kitchen makes great use of the wood and stone textures.
Which you can easily incorporate into your own home with wooden kitchenware…