With the drop in temperature lately, you can definitely tell fall has arrived! On the blog today, I’d like to show you some of the changes I’ve made around the outside of our home for this season. This post is part of a Fall Outdoor Decor Blog Hop, hosted by my friend Tara from Lehman Lane. Be sure to check out all the beautiful tours at the end of this post.
I replaced our summer wreath with this new DIY wreath that I made for fall. This project will be shared with my e-mail subscribers next month as part of my upcoming e-book, titled “12 Months of Beauteeful DIY Projects.” If you’re not already subscribed to the blog, you can subscribe here.
After our new pool was installed, our landscaper planted a bunch of arborvitae shrubs near our back fence. I love seeing these shrubs out back and can’t wait until they all grow into each other! A wall of greenery is what I like. 🙂
How cute is this “Happy Campers” mini-flag? I recently picked this up from Lowes on clearance for under $5.00. We love camping so this flag perfectly describes us. Plus, the fox and squirrel remind me of our kids since they love roasting marshmallows! 🙂 Fall is a great time to go camping. By the way, camping in your backyard counts too! 😉
One more look at our pool. Sadly, we are closing it for the season later this week. You can see that this area is very bare compared to my previous post here. A safety cover (one that is strong enough to hold an elephant) will be installed. Where am I going to get an elephant to test out the manufacturer’s claim?! 😀
Red Rocket Crape Myrtle
We had this myrtle tree planted last fall after our new pool was installed. We were told this myrtle was fast-growing and had beautiful blooms that blossomed from summer into fall. Our landscaper was right! It’s almost October and there’s still plenty of blooms on this tree.
Patio Conversation Area
I love this little sitting area. Now that it’s fall, I made a few decor changes to this space to give it more of a “fall” type of ambiance.
Pillows — I can’t get enough of them!
Our majestic palm (Ravenea rivularis) tree is still going strong.
I kept the decor minimal for this outdoor sitting area.
Cute harvest decor alert below. Thank goodness my kids don’t treat these stuffed decor items like toys anymore.
Multi-colored mums. Can’t decide on a color? Here’s 3 in one pot. Genius!
This sign spells out all the beautiful things to LOVE about fall. Wishing you a great season!
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Check out all the amazing outdoor spaces from my talented blogger friends below:
Lehman Lane / 2 Bees in a Pod – Vicki’s House / My Life from Home / North Country Nest
Our Crafty Mom / Twelve on Main / Little Bits of Home / Beauteeful Living / Fun Home Things
Simple Nature Décor / Timeless Creations / Refresh Living / UnCookie Cutter
2 Purple Couches / Our House Now a Home / Knock it Off Kim / Green with Décor
2 Bees in a Pod – Jenn’s House / Joy in Our Home
What’s your favorite way to decorate for fall? Have a question or comment? Thanks for reading! Xo, Tee.
I always love seeing your backyard – it looks so relaxing!!
Your backyard looks so pretty! I would love to spend a cool fall evening in your sitting around – it looks perfect!
I LOVE that wreath! And the colors of your mums are gorgeous! Your pools slide is so fun too – I love pool slides! Such a gorgeous outdoor set up and SO awesomely decorated for fall. Love, love, love it!
You absolutely nailed it, Tee! I love what you did with your outdoor space. 😀 I hope I had your skills because I seriously suck at home decoration haha
Your yard is so gorgeous! I love your fall touches, especially multicolored mums! I haven’t seen those around here, did you pot them yourself or buy them that way? So beautiful!
I love decorating. The colors you chose are my favorites. I love anything purple or blue. I love the outdoor furniture you chose. I wish I had a outside deck to decorate.
Your wreath is one of my favorites that I’ve seen this year…so pretty!! And all of your outdoor decor is so lovely. I especially love the fabric pumpkin on that tray…super cute!
Love that little tray! That pool.. so amazing!
I won’t be able decorate my deck in the backyard thanks to a rowdy puppy who destroys everything. Your tour has excited me about fall. I’m looking forward to decorating my small front porch with some of these ideas.
It’s amazing how the subtlest of changes can make such a difference. I’ve made it a point to start making these changes as well (more so in the house) just to make the house more season-appropriate.
I could spend hours in your outdoor space! It looks so relaxing and inviting. We also have a Crape Myrtle and it is one of my favorite parts of my landscape. I’ve never seen a multi-color mum before, but now I’m on a mission to get my hands on one — or five! 🙂
Your outdoor space is so beautiful! I love how minimalist the sitting area is especially, I agree that those pillows are fantastic! And I adore succulents, that was a great touch to add to the table as a decoration!
Your myrtle tree is beautiful and I’m sure your kids are sad about the closing of the pool! Something to look forward to next year. It’s a beautiful space!
Just a beautiful space Tee!!! I love the new fall wreath you made and those arborvitaes are going to look amazing behind your new pool. Thanks so much for sharing your outdoor space!!!
What a cute fall outdoor space with that lovely pool of yours. Enjoy the holidays
Your outdoor spaces and landscaping are so beautiful! Love your pillows and decor. Happy Fall
I love the minimalist approach you took to the sitting area – it definitely enhanced your pillows and flowers! And that DIY wreath was gorgeous! Here’s to relaxing the night away on the cozy fall nights.
Your yard is so pretty as always! Love all the pillows you have out!
Thanks for your comment and for visiting, Meg! I have a thing for pillows…haha
Autumn is my favorite time of year, and I miss decorating for it. I used to have a house to decorate in New England, which is autumn central, but now I live in a small apartment in the centre of a European city, so I don’t have enough space to decorate or to store decorations. Thank you for this post… it reminded me of home 🙂
Thanks so much, Sage! Autumn is among my favorite seasons too.