02 Sep Fall Farmer’s Market Feels: Bring the season to your home interior
YES! It’s that time of year. Hints of fall breezes … Cravings for pumpkin spice lattes and cozy throws. We’re over here dreaming of baking apple somethings and lighting our pumpkin chai candles to bring in those autumnal vibes.
We’re also planning weekend trips to the local farmer’s market to take in the change of season. Who can resist the beautiful displays of local fruits, veggies and fresh flowers (always + always)? Our shop girl Sammy Bar stopped by Simpsons Produce in Charlotte this past weekend and took some snaps of all the farm fresh goodness.
Layers of green and bounties of fresh. If you need the perfect market tote, we have just the bag for you.
Sammy loaded our straw and leather bag with fresh flowers and finds. Fall farmer’s markets have us thinking of ways to bring those fall feels into our interiors so we thought we’d share a few of our harvest-inspired ideas:
- Bring in the fall florals. Whether you find your fresh bouquet at the local market or forage your own from your yard, or a neighbor’s (shhhh. We won’t tell). Think fall berries, colorful leaves or organic-shaped branches. Bring in some of those quintessential fall shades and textures to warm up your living spaces.
2. Cozy up with throws. Add some layers of warmth to your insides with soft textures. We have the perfect range of shades to complement any interior with these Italian herringbone throws.
3. Add a little autumn-kissed color. Switch out the summer pastels for some richer shades of the season. Think deep eggplants, mulberry, marine greens, and spicy plums and oranges.
Add richness and depth to your interiors with art, books, pillows, towels, throws, wood accents and more. We have a vast array of selections available, online or right in ISABELLA (our shop and design studio). We’re now open Tuesday through Friday 11 to 4 and Saturdays 11 to 3.
What’s your favorite way to bring in the fall season? We want to hear from you. Share a go-to fall recipe or tradition with us. Here’s to hopes of chilly nights with cozy throws + warm drinks on the back porch, maybe next to a toasty bonfire.
The ladies of ISABELLA