That’s A Wrap | Top 3 Summer To Fall Decor Transition Strategies
The heat wave that has left us gasping this last while isn’t entirely unwelcome but It sure makes you wonder what happened to those cool August evenings you’d had furry moccasins and cozy sweaters all lined up for? Closing up the cabin and returning to the city is always bittersweet. We’re not quite ready to let go of the relaxed rhythm. If you’re grasping on to summer for dear life, there are certain decor elements that move easily between seasons.
We were recently quoted in Elle Decor on how to decorate with vintage quilts. A functional art form, quilting dates back centuries and can be gorgeous on the end of a summer guest house bed but can be equally beautiful framed in a shadow box or mixed with more contemporary fabrics in a city dwelling. Click here to read more.
Like a breath of fresh air, a cluster of wildflowers packs a big colour punch. Spring, summer or fall, we love arranging momentos from our walks throughout the house. No need to give up the habit here in the city. Fall fair season is just around the corner with colourful sunflowers and pumpkins and so much more. Swapping out shells for pinecones and chestnuts is a simple adjustment and one everyone in the home can contribute to.
White After Labour Day:
We personally subscribe to the fact that white is the new black. White jeans all year round. So too can white look just as beautiful in winter as it can in the blazing heat. White can be very cool but also warm and inviting.