Bloggers We Love

Ashli from Our Cozy Cottage puts the dark (and the light!) in seasonal interior design. Using natural elements, patterned decor, soft accents and vibrant text, she creates stunning, large-scale structured yet fluid designs throughout her living space. 

Modern farmhouse, neutral, simple—with bits of whimsy in all the right places.

For every holiday season, she swaps touches of detail such as a fabric pumpkin for a ribboned wreath or a spooky bat for a willow flower arrangement. Each accent is thoughtfully placed and stand outs individually while blending in seamlessly. The writing used on her sign decor, pillows and wall art add emphasis to the holiday showcased. 

Cozy, comfy style combined with natural seasonal decor make her one of the Bloggers We Love!

Nature-Inspired Fall Wedding Roundup

The season of change is upon us! Autumn is a time of transformation, and there’s no better time for new beginnings than a fall wedding celebration. From a combination fresh & dried flower crown and dried botanical touches on an alter to natural centerpieces and earthy tablescapes, bring the rustic beauty of fall to your autumn wedding. These charming inspirations will ignite the imagination, and will bring you one step closer to your dream celebration. A touch of dried fall florals here, a splash of crimson red there, a collection of festive pumpkin accents, a sparkling gold trim. Rustic chic, boho modern, earthy eclectic and all this seasons best! Our favorite fall wedding round up highlights all the charming features of autumn for transformational inspiration.

Inspiring Spins on the Traditional Wreath - Front Door Decor DIY Roundup

Put a new spin on this seasons festive fall decor with inspiring alternatives to the traditional wreath! As the first impression into your home, front door decor welcomes guests to the warmth of the indoors. Beautiful arrangements of fall florals intertwined with bare branches, repurposed metallic accents, pinecone embellishments and rustic accents are just the beginning!  We’ve rounded up our favorite fall door decor craft projects to get your creative juices flowing before the chill of winter arrives. Farewell to the old and make something new!  

Bloggers We Love

Amy from White Cottage Home & Living keeps it simple by crafting inspiring mantel displays, charming centerpieces and vintage accents “one DIY at a time.” Her thoughtful designs combine color and texture in as little as 5 elements or less for a unique and finely curated display. With a brilliant eye for the seasons, she cleverly showcases the beauty of nature by accentuating its naturally stunning organic form. 

DIY Patriotic Fall Wreath for Labor Day

If you are looking for a quick, easy, AND affordable Labor Day wreath to dress up your front door, we have you covered! We saw a similar wreath on Etsy for a whomping $120. We recreated it with only a few items from the craft store and some Bindle & Brass Dried Cotton Stalks from The Home Depot for a fraction of the cost.

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TO MAKE THIS CRAFT YOU WILL NEED

DIRECTIONS

  • Start by placing your grapevine wreath on a table and positioning your faux greenery vertically on the left side of the wreath and horizontally on the bottom—being sure to leave room in between for your burlap bow.

  • Then layer your Bindle & Brass Dried Cotton Stalks over top, positioning then so the greenery feathers out behind them.

  • Once you have achieved the look you want, set the cotton stalks to the side and use floral wire to attach the greenery to your wreath. Repeat this step and attach the cotton stalks.

  • Attach your burlap bow between the two sections at the bottom left quadrant of the wreath.

  • Finally, place your American flags on either side of the bow by simply using the flags’ poles as picks to secure them in the wreath.

So, for more fun, less labor, and a darling front door, give this Patriotic Fall Wreath the good ol’ fashioned try. We know you’ll enjoy!

The Bindle & Brass team wishes you a safe and fun-filled Labor Day!

P.S. Remove the flags and you’ll have an early-fall wreath to get you through until Halloween!