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10 WAYS TO USHER IN FALL THAT AREN'T CHEESY AF

Confession: mainstream fall decor makes me want to throw up. I'm baffled by the abundance of glitter and painted pumpkins that I see on Pinterest and Instagram. How did we get here? Why is it that as soon as the season changes, it is acceptable to plaster our homes with chintzy decor? Image credit: Insieme House Don't get me wrong, I LOVE fall. I to long to switch up my home decor to be in tune with the change in season. I even LIKE pumpkins! But one or two in front of the house is plenty for me. An effort to combat this epidemic, I've rounded up 10 ways to welcome fall into your home that aren't cheesy AF. 1. MAGNOLIA LEAVES: As some of you may know, I have a thing for monstera leaves.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR INTERIOR STYLE THROUGH YOUR WARDROBE

When it comes to interiors, many people struggle to define their personal style. Usually my clients can't put a finger on how they want their house to look. They'll show me inspiration images but their ideas will be all over the place. If this is your dilemma, there is a really easy way to uncover your interior style; just look in your closet! Chances are, your favorite clothing pieces will dictate your interior style. To describe this phenomenon, I've picked three fashion bloggers and have compared their personal style to their style at home. Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam Julia described her style to Refinery29 as "very feminine, classic, and colorful." You'll usually spot her wearing s

FRENCH PATIO REVEAL

For as long as I can remember, my parents have wanted a patio off of their house. This summer, they finally added a French inspired, gravel patio, giving them more outdoor space to eat, read, and entertain. This project was single-handedly completed by my father who claims this is the perfect DIY for someone with "more brawn than brains." If you don't have a lot of experience, or a lot of help, this is a great project because it is very straightforward and can be managed by one person. This project is also very budget friendly and was finished for less than $1,250! WHAT YOU NEED: 1. Enough 4x4 pressure treated wood to frame out the exterior wall of your patio 2. A powerful drill 3. 1/2" dr