Happy Fall Y’all! It is finally that time of year and what better way to enjoy than with some Fall decor inspiration! I’m showing you my cozy pumpkin light Fall centerpiece today, but you can find much more inspiration at the end of this post. Together with my blogging friends, we are all showing you some of our decor this season.
It’s that time of the year, when I get all sentimental and am longing for cooler days, clouds and pumpkins everywhere. Anyone relate?
Maybe you ask yourself, then why the heck is she living in the South of Spain? Honestly, sometimes I don’t know. And wish I was living in the North somewhere far away from all the beach buzz.
It’s just from September til Christmas I feel this way, funny. After that I’m all thankful and feel blessed to live in the warmer climate. Messed up, I know.
Cozy Pumpkin Light Fall Centerpiece
Anyways, trying to make the best of it all and honestly, it isn’t all that bad to live down here… it’s pretty good actually. So one thing that really makes me feel good, is decorate for Fall and get cozy anyways. Even if it might not be as cool as I wish. Read more about that here too.
This pumpkin light Fall centerpiece is really giving me all the feels, especially when it gets dark out and the pumpkin lights up. I bought the ceramic pumpkin years back in Canada and I use it each year. It’s one of my favourite cozy Fall decor pieces that I own.
I’ve managed to find some dry leaves in the backyard, even though everything is still pretty green here. This was a plant that I totally forgot to water, so now I get to enjoy the look of it’s dried leaves inside at least, haha! The glass they’re in, is actually an empty face mask jar I’ve kept.
Overall this is a simple yet very cozy and warm Fall centerpiece. I used my DIY tray as a base. The pumpkin light itself adds already so much interest and coziness, the dried branches go well and the little golden tea light gives it a bit of glam I think.
I am slowly adding bits of Fall decor to my home, although I am keeping things pretty simple and neutral overall. Real pumpkins are just not an option right now. It is still way too hot and they don’t really sell the pretty small ones here anyways. But my ceramic pumpkin light makes up for real ones I think!
Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you get lots of inspiration for your own Fall decor and also checking out my blogging pals posts below!
Wishing you a lovely Wednesday!