Rustic Fall Vignette

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I told you I wouldn’t be going away completely over the next few weeks, did you believe me?! While I won’t be going all out with fall decor this year, I couldn’t help but put together a little fall vignette to help satisfy my need for decorating for my favorite season. Since  I haven’t been venturing out of the house much these days, I needed to use things that I already had on hand and this is what I came up with!

Here is my Rustic Fall Vignette for this year! What do you think? Not too bad for free, right?

Rustic Fall Vignette by @tarynatddd

I actually don’t like to spend a lot on seasonal decor anyway because I like to put my money towards bigger projects in the house. So when it comes to seasonal decorating, I generally walk around my house and see what I can ‘borrow’ from other rooms. This is just another example of that.

Rustic Fall Vignette by @tarynatddd

The metal cases, chalkboard and basket are all from our family room, all of the pumpkins are from my fall decor box that I’ve had for years and the sign I made from scrap wood laying in my garage.

Rustic Fall Vignette by @Tarynatddd

And over here, this amazing piece I just received from my grandma (along with some other cool things). My grandparents recently sold their home and they have been giving me some of their beautiful vintage pieces including this apple sauce maker.

Rustic Fall Vignette by @tarynatddd

Rustic Fall Vignette by @tarynatddd

Rustic Fall Vignette by @tarynatddd

I’m so excited to finally have some fall decor up around my home! I am hoping to get to a few more things too :)

Linking up to Thrifty Decor Chick‘s Fall Mantel Party.

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Taryn is the owner/editor of Design, Dining and Diapers, a lifestyle blog that focuses primarily on DIY home decor, seasonal crafts, easy recipes and just being a mom! She is all about making things for less by upcycling thrift store finds, using what’s on hand and transforming dollar store finds. Taryn lives in the greater Seattle area with her husband, 2 year old daughter and newborn son.

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  1. JaneEllen says

    HI Taryn, good to see you’re alive and well. Hope new baby is doing great, getting any sleep? Sure hope so. And the rest of yours also. You must be falling more and more in love with your new little guy. What a wonderful miracle he is, they all are, so very precious.
    I had an apple sauce maker from KY but like the idiot I am when we bought this place I got rid of so many of my old incredible vintage pieces. How exceptionally wonderful that your Grandmother gave you that and whatever else. I’m very envious. Please be smarter than I was, don’t ever get rid of it for whatever reason. I love those pieces. The stories they could tell. Love your fall arrangement, fun to shop the house isn’t it? See things in a whole new light. Happy weekend

  2. says

    amen! i want to get all the regular decor up before i can even deal with seasonal! you are so good at borrowing though:) looks like each piece was meant for this vignette:)

  3. says

    Looks great! I have the same mentality I try to borrow from other spaces to decorate or make things out of items I already have. I think you sign is my favorite.

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