Fall Decor- sustainable and cozy!

At the risk of sounding way too basic, fall is my favorite season! Not just because it is my birthday season AND my wedding anniversary AND my baby’s birthday. Its also because I am a total homebody and will take any excuse to stay in, cozy and warm! A nice hot cup of tea, some soup, a cozy sweater or warm blanket snuggled on the sofa… heavenly!

To celebrate my favorite season I’ve recently made  a few new “fall themed” banners. These are super cute for your fireplace mantle, on your front door, or as part of your Thanksgiving decor! Here’s a few pictures!

Like all my banners, they are made with 100% recycled food packaging. I am committed to continue using only post-consumer and sustainable materials in my banners and garlands, so this is nothing new! Low impact decor for the win!

And a little close up on those gorgeous tassels- the perfect fall color yarns mixed with vintage lace!

You can find these new banners now on my etsy shop: www.throneandthimble.etsy.com along with all my other banners and garlands! Since these are seasonal, they will only be available through October and November, so grab one if you like! Wishing you all a very happy fall!

Advertisements

Dining Room Decor

dining room

So previously I have shared with you some mini-transformations of different spaces in our apartment (See my vanity area here, and my SO’s office here). We have been living in our current place about 6 months, so most spots are already the way we like them, so I figure I should share that with you also!

First up, our dining room!

Now, our apartment is fairly small, so it’s not really a dining ROOM per-say, more of a dining area, that is a corner between the kitchen and the living room.

Table: We got it ‘as-is’ (previously returned) at IKEA. This table is much smaller then the previous one we had, but I really like the simple and sleek look and the color.

Chairs: Got them for about $20 each at Superstore. Yes, we bought our dining room chairs at a grocery store. Don’t judge. The curved shape makes them comfy and they are light enough that we can move them around easily for company.

Art: Got it at Home Sense for about $25. I originally was not a fan of the strong colors, but my SO convinced me otherwise, and since then we always get compliments on it!

Table decor: My DIY bottle vase made for FREE. See the DIY here.

I will continue to share other parts of our space in future posts, so check back soon! ❤