Before we dive headfirst into the holiday season, I'm going to take it a day at a time and try really hard to be present to the day at hand. I want to enjoy the shifting light of autumn, the cooler temps, try a new recipe and cozy up the house with a few layers and textures of the season. For me, keeping it simple is the key to enjoying the holidays.
Mantel peeping. Mine for fall.
I've seen some beautiful finds online recently so I thought it would be fun to share them.
by Brooklyn designer Emily Fisher uses satellite imagery and nautical maps with a combination of traditional quilting and appliqué. So unique!
These copper metallic trays from
would be beautiful to anchor a Thanksgiving table or buffet.
, these bedrolls are a cross between a mattress and a pouf. These would be perfect for movie night or sleepovers and would be a huge improvement from the blow up mattress. I love the heather and charcoal fabric.
And to support your Instagram habit, check out the beautiful feed of interior stylist and decorator
I love her style; fingers crossed that one day she'll write a book.
And finally, this
recipe is perfect for my grandmothers iron skillet. I've added this recipe along with a few more yummy iron skillet recipes to my
board that I would like to try this fall.
Cheers to a great week ahead!