Fall fever seems to have hit blogland – I’ve seen so many inspiring fall decorations and projects this month. And some pretty awesome DIYs to boot! I’ve picked a few of my favorites from September’s Best of the Nest link party to share with you. Are you ready for some serious eye candy?
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Tidbits & Twine: Green & White Fall Mantel
Kim has decorated quite a few amazing mantels but her fall mantel that’s filled with beautiful natural elements is my favorite! She’s also a great photographer as you’ll see when you check out the detailed pics of her mantel over on Tidbits & Twine.
Gold & Stripes: Gallery Wall Reveal
Emily took inexpensive gold frames that she found at thrift stores and used them to create this stunning gallery wall. I love how she arranged them around her TV – the wall behind a TV is always a tricky one to decorate, right?!
The Painted Chandelier: How to Style Five Different Looks from One Tablesetting
Melanie used a few simple elements to create five beautiful table settings – this one is my favorite (love that centerpiece!) but table #3 is a close second. And be sure to check out Melanie’s amazing new front door color!
Provident Home Design: DIY Lattice Patterned Painted Rug
Do you see that pretty lattice rug? The one that looks like Horchow’s $1899 version? Tamara made it for next to nothing using a carpet remnant and some spray paint. For real. Her tutorial shows you how it all went down.
And I always look forward to seeing the projects from our nonblogger friends who link up via our #bestofthenestparty hashtag. This month, I’m loving this easy DIY artwork by nanp1960 using a recycled frame, wrapping paper, and chevron burlap. Place the heart over the city where a little one was born and this would make the sweetest of baby gifts!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to visit the other three party hostesses to check out the inspiring links that they’ve picked to share:
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