Fall Flower Colors Make a Great Decorating Palette

Now that summer has officially ended and fall is here, it’s time to change up your décor a bit.  The fun fall colors and flowers can make quite an impression.  Fall colors are pretty easy to guess: red, yellow, brown, and orange, of course.  The colors of falling leaves abound during the autumn months!  Because these colors are usually very strong, you do need to be careful not to overdo it.  Too much can make a room look dark, so if the walls and flooring of your room already make it darker than you’d like, only use a few autumn-colored items for accent.

Where can you add fall colors?  Here are some ideas:

•    Tablecloth, table runner, place mats, and napkin rings
•    Candles
•    Gourds
•    Pumpkins, especially small ones
•    Pine cones
•    Scarecrows
•    Throw pillows
•    Blankets and wraps to put on your sofa
•    Leaves, branches, and twigs
•    Fall wreaths using many of the above items

You’ll also want to take a look as some fall flowers when working on your new décor.  They’re beautiful, and since some people tend to think of flowers as spring and summer décor, your guests may not expect to see bright blooms on your table in the autumn.  There are a number of different flowers that bloom in the fall.  Here are some you might want to add to your décor:

•    Orange roses
•    White daisies
•    Chrysanthemums
•    Copper canyon daisies
•    Marigold
•    Mountain Sage
•    Caryopteris
•    Sunflowers
•    Carnations

We can help add some flowers to your new décor!  We have some amazing fall flowers in Houston, TX.

Fall Celebrations in Houston, TX

Fall is here!  If you live in Houston, TX, there are a lot of different fall celebrations, events, and activities you and your family can participate in.  Some of them are outdoors, but the weather stays fairly warm during much of the fall.  Here are a few things you can head out and do this fall.

Go to the pumpkin patch at Double Creed Farm!  The patch is open on the weekends.

Listen to live country music on the first Monday of each month at the Giddings High School.

Attend the Galaxy of Stars quilt show Sept. 20 and 21.

Go to the historic Montgomery wine and music festival on Sept. 21 in nearby Montgomery.

Or you can do some early Christmas shopping at the Just Shop for a Just Cause craft market on Sept. 21.

Attend some of the great plays being performed at the Unity Theatre.

Take a Ghost Walk in the historic downtown area (Sept. 27 through Nov. 3).

Go to the Dewberry Farm Fall Festival.  This festival is open every Saturday and Sunday between Sept. 28 to Nov. 10.

These are just a few things going on in Houston this fall.  Are you going to any of them?  Anything not on the list that should be?

Fall flowers in Houston, TX.