Fall Decor and Recipes – Home Matters

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The features this week are all about fall decor and recipes. These autumn ideas and recipes will surely get your comfort cooking and home inspiration flowing!

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Donna @ Modern On MonticelloFacebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Mel @ Decor, Craft, DesignTwitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Allyson @ Southern SunflowersFacebook | Pinterest | Instagram

Before we get to the features, I’m going to add my own fall home decor to the mix for more inspiration for you ~ frugal fall mantel decor. I’m all about decorating on a budget, so hop over to my post to see how I decorated for fall using thrifty items.

fall mantel decor with greenery and flowers


Heidi, from Eleanor Rose Home, is sharing part one of her living room update. She shows off her new and affordable linen curtains that look perfect with her inviting and cozy decor. Heidi’s color scheme makes it very easy to bring in fall decor when it’s time to decorate for the season.

Fall home decor - living room update with new linen curtains in room with earthy color scheme

Hunny, I’m Home made this pretty farmhouse fall wreath using an autumn Dollar Tree sign. The sign not only helps towards making this a budget-friendly project, but also adds some extra fall personality. She used picks from Walmart which also keeps the project affordable.

fall home decor - diy farmhouse fall grapevine wreath using retro truck sign


Arlene, from Flour on My Face, is sharing her fall recipe for homemade fig preserves. She suggests using the preserves on toast, on a bagel with cream cheese, or using it as filling for strudel. Hop over to her blog to get the recipe!

fall recipe for fig preserves shown in a canning jar

What screams autumn more than a comforting fall recipe for apple crisp? Artful Homemaking‘s recipe only calls for basic ingredients making it an easier recipe to whip together. I can smell it cooking right now, can’t you? Visit her blog to grab the recipe!

fall recipe apple crisp in casserole dish

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