Yesterday I shared a look at our front entry dressed for autumn
with magnolia garland, pumpkins and lanterns.
And today- it is all about going a little more bold
by changing just 2 things.
I am not usually a bold and beautiful autumn colors kind of girl.
And so, that gorgeous magnolia garland and wreath is pretty amazing-and neutral
and a favorite look of mine
all through fall and Christmas.
But sometimes, I want to go big and bold…
and when it comes to saying ‘Welcome Autumn’ in a bigger way
a bright bittersweet berry wreath
against a black door
with brass accents …
well, it kind of knocks me over.
I know it is a simple combination
but it is irresistible.
I mentioned in my post yesterday that I did a quick change with the look of the front door
with just 2 things.
The first was that wreath.
I took the magnolia garland and wreath down
and put up this Fall Berry Wreath from Balsam Hill.
Serious black and white and autumn love.
Up next, I moved some of those muted princess pumpkins
and brought out a sprinkling of traditional orange pumpkins.
The funny thing about those Cinderella pumpkins is that they will lean a bit more orange
if you mix them with orange- so feel free to leave them
or just do a little shuffling around.
and stepped back and called it good.
So with just two changes- from magnolia to fall berry
and from muted to traditional pumpkins…
the front entry looked completely different.
I am kinda liking the bold and beautiful.
I am excited to be joining my friends and Balsam Hill for the Fall in Love
with Balsam Hill blog hop
Find the links for day 1 here
and it is day 2 today-
Click on over to take a peek at Shirley’s autumn vignette
And Pamela is sharing her front porch styling
And Stacy is sharing a sprinkling of autumn at her place as well.
And don’t forget to visit my blog post to see the Magnolia front door look
and the other bloggers who are sharing on this fun tour.
I work with Balsam Hill as a blogger but all opinions and thoughts are my own