One of my favorite things about Fall is watching people transform their houses. Whether it is a wreath on the door, a re-do of their mantle or a complete decor overhaul, Fall seems to bring out the decorator in all of us! The White Walls Facebook Page has been abuzz with handmade Fall wreaths so instead of featuring one White Waller today I'm celebrating the season by featuring nine creative women! :)
I love the combination of the rustic wood, the metallic letter and the gorgeous fall colors from Andrea Moore of The Wreath Marketplace!
Devan Haag Chmelar's gorgeous and classic wreath would be a stunning addition to any front door - and Devan shares a ton of home decor ideas on her Magnolia Mills Restoration Facebook Page!
The fun curly-ques on this wreath from Christine Palmer make me ridiculously happy.
This wreath from Amber Davis could easily be changed for every season...and who doesn't love burlap? Amber is an Army wife of seven years and the busy mom of a 5 and 3 year old!
A square wreath!! Yes!! I love everything about this - from the unique shape to the succulents in the corner - this needs to get on my door. Thanks Cassie Hoyt!
My friend Erin Morris is one of the founders of White Walls - and this season she created this BEAUTIFUL wreath made out of a chalkboard! A chalkboard!
A darling little fall fox? Could this be any cuter? Love this wreath from Lydia Putman!
We can't forget about creating Halloween wreaths - and this one from Tori Rhodes perfectly combines Fall colors and Halloween fun!
Lisa Platt loves her side business creating tulle and paper wreaths on her Gold Creation Facebook page - and this super spooky Halloween wreath is a fabulous example!
Leticia Johnson is Active Duty Air Force (for 24 years). A wife and mother of 2 daughters, 20 and 14. She is currently stationed in Colorado - and she created this black and gold wreath as a classic Halloween home decor piece!
I am OBSESSED with this wreath from Eron Wuthering - a square spiderweb? Made from a frame? Come on.
Thanks so much to all of these incredible women for letting me share their creations! Interested in learning more about White Walls? If you're a service member or card-carrying spouse, join them (and me!) on their Facebook group! Not a service member or spouse? That's okay - they've got a website where you can pin from the Gallery, read the blog or some great tutorials, or support military family small businesses by shopping the White Walls Marketplace. There are tons of ways to share, shop, and support military families and I hope you will join us!