Saturday, September 7, 2013

Textured shades of Autumn

Greetings Darlins...

For me the change of seasons is something I always seem to anticipate.

 A farewell of one season can be bitter sweet.

 Ahh...a fresh new season who can resist?

Especially Autumn, it marks the beginning of the holiday season...
I created a little color pallet for you, maybe it will inspire a new favorite.

I have been making chilled lattes lately, here is one and the color is so on point in my casual living room.


Sweet pumpkin is a warm and delicious color.
 I am in LOVE with Ticking and Tartan!

In this room we could lounge with a great movie and eat a fresh made Carmel apple!

A simple yet pretty way to embellish a sweet package is with twigs and fall leaves.


This room is beautiful.
It is has many elements of my Casual Loves Elegance style.
Statement rich Coal wall and leather furniture. So warm and cozy, I think i might get comfy!


Mmmm... I refer to this as Vanilla.
 Mixing Vanilla in your autumn decor with sweater knits adds snuggly texture.
 It will transition into the Winter Pallet beautifully.
A great DIY for vintage sweaters isn't it?

Oh deer, these sweater knit covered bracelets would make fun stocking stuffers.
So when we finish the Vanilla chair...
we can sit by the fire in our Coal room and work on these!

My Design tip: A change of season is the perfect clean slate time to try something fresh in fashion and in your home. Be inspired by natures own hues, adding textures is a great way to cozy up your space.

Here's to Autumn! Let's enjoy the new season

Hop over to SSO SECOND SHOUT OUT blog for my series Saturday's "Designing with Vintage" 
Get started with your Autumn shopping!




  1. I'm loving the knit bracelets! What a cute idea....

  2. AH! That pipe wood rack/tower! Your encouraging words make me think that would (wood) be a striking element to welcome in Fall & Winter.

    yes, the knit bracelets - how are "we" securing the knit bits around the bangle?



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