First off, I just want to thank you all for the love and support on my post Monday. I honestly can’t even begin to tell you all how much it means to me to have you here and following along on my journey. To have such kind, caring, and loving people reading my blog is something I’ll never take for granted and I appreciate it more than I can express. You all are truly the reason I work so hard on this blog every day and I definitely wouldn’t be doing this with you, so thank you!! Now, let’s chat about some cozy fall decor on the patio, ok? I’ve been excited to share this cozy little space with you guys because I’ve actually been using it a ton lately. We’ve had some pretty warm days around here over the past few weeks, so this has become my favorite place to hang out and watch the kids play.
If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ve probably seen this vintage crib I converted into a little love seat a few years ago. We’ve moved it all around the house and now it’s worked its way onto the deck. It’s actually super comfortable and always everyone’s favorite place to sit. The kids especially LOVE it. And it just makes the coziest spot to curl up and watch the sun go down on a cool fall night.
I’ve become obsessed with these funky little heirloom pumpkins. Aren’t they so cute? I just love the muted colors–the green ones are my favorite.
Remember that pumpkin patch pillow cover I mentioned last week? Where there it is! I still can’t believe it was under $10. BEST. AMAZON. FIND. EVER.
This cozy little spot has been one of my favorite places to hang out lately. And I just love how cute it looks all spiffied up for fall. I’m trying to enjoy this space as much as I possibly can right now because I know winter is on the way. In fact, it could start snowing any day now that we’re officially into October. But let’s just pretend that isn’t going to happen any time soon and this beautiful fall weather will stay forever, ok?!
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