Friday, September 25, 2009
Western Decor Fall Center Pieces & Accessories
How to Decorate Your Western Home on a Budget For the Upcoming Holidays
With the upcoming holidays fast approaching, spending additional funds on new western furniture may not be an option for you. Instead, change some simple things in each room to give your home a burst of new energy just in time for the season of fall and winter festivals.
We spent less than $20 for our fabulous rustic western decor center piece for our foyer table during the Thanksgiving Holiday. The majority of the $20 was the fall foliage and candy - the rest of the items were found around the house.
To start building your center piece find a pair of boots that are rustic, but semi-clean. Next add your fall foliage to the boot using your favorite colors of flowers. We opted to select flowers that would match our boots, not necessarily our room. Place your boot in the center of your table, now is the fun part. Browse through your closet, storage building, decorations, your kids' closet/toy box and start gathering western decor items that are fun, shabby, and authentic. Now, we did use a "toy gun" in our piece, but most of the other items are functional western gear. After we balanced our western decor center piece, we added seasonal candy pieces to offer to our guest when they passed by. You can add "mini" center pieces throughout your home for added conversation and to offer "mini" gifts to your guest.
Of course cowboy boots do not have to be your center piece - an old saddle, rigging, or even a couple of small stick horse with the ends cut down will make wonderful starts to your holiday center pieces.
At H&M Valley Ranch Western Decor Store we want to help our customers make the most out of the holiday seasons and their pocket book! As stated in our previous western decor blogs, we are excited about Christmas and Thanksgiving. We are going to offer more western decor products available through our online store, but also ways that you can enrich your home with items that you probably already have. If you don't have them, they can be easily obtained through resale shops or thrift stores. So subscribe to the H&M Valley Ranch Western Decor - Facebook, Twitter, or blog to stay up-to-date on all of the latest western decor ideas.
~H&M Valley Ranch Western Decor Store
Posted by H-M Valley Ranch Western Decor Store at 11:10 PM