Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

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Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Ever since , we truly spend SO much time outside. It’s been a lot of fun entertaining this summer and we’re not ready for it to come to an end as the weather cools off. Utah feels perfectly fall right now and is my ideal temperature, so we’re stretching out the use of our patio and pergola until it’s absolutely too cold. Click through to see how we transitioned the backyard for fall, tips for transforming your own outdoor space for the season, and to see how we’ve been entertaining lately!

For starters, I did a little plant switcharoo. I brought our lemon tree inside for the season and swapped it for a giant planter of mums! Mums are my favorite fall flower… I love how they cluster into perfect spheres, radiate beautiful autumn hues, and add texture to any outdoor area.

In addition to swapping florals, I also brought out some cozy textiles. There’s nothing better than snuggling under a blanket or throw on a cool fall evening as the sun sets or getting comfortable under a dark starry sky.

The pillows are pretty neutral and seasonally appropriate year round- so I actually left those. It’s crazy how they adapt to the color palette around them.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I leave a basket of pillows and throws outside during the cooler season. All of our outdoor furniture and accessories have weatherproof covers , and I tuck the basket under the coffee table, which is covered to keep everything safe from the elements when it’s not being used.

In addition to blankets and throws, I also layered sheepskins onto the freestanding chairs to make the aesthetic visually warm, inviting, and seasonally appropriate.

You’ll also notice our newest patio addition… the outdoor heater. This thing has come in super handy as the temperatures drop.

It has wheels, so we can easily position it wherever people are hanging out. I also like that it has a clean, smokeless burn. It runs on propane, makes no noise, and heats a really large area. I think this is Emmett’s favorite thing in the backyard these days.

Of course I had fun decking the backyard out with fall accessories! It just doesn’t feel like September / October without pumpkins.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I love the pale colored modeled looking pumpkins- especially the green and white variations. I styled them on top of the coffee tables alongside my .

I did paint a couple of the pumpkins black- just for a moody pop of color. A filled match strike also comes in handy for the candles. Other than that, I wanted to keep the coffee table styling pretty minimal so it’s easy to bring in and out once we’re finished using the space.

After transitioning this space for the season, we shared it with friends. Over the weekend people came over and it was a blast! Despite the chilly temps, everyone was warm, cozy, and full of conversation. Here’s my list of backyard essentials this season:

Outdoor Fall Entertaining / Decorating Essentials:

And here’s how to get the look:

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

In regards to food, I’ll be sharing the delicious mini caramel apple pie recipe on the blog later this week, as well as the pumpkin bruschetta. Both were a hit with our guests!

Charcuterie boards are another easy item for hosting fall gatherings. You can see my . By the end of the night, the food was completely gone… which I always think is a good sign!

Honestly, the thing I like most about our finished backyard is the memories we create there. This fall, I hope to do more entertaining outside because I enjoy it so much.

Sometimes Emmett and I even go outside, have a fire, and enjoy it on our own. It really is an extension of our home and a true outdoor living space. I hope everyone had a great weekend and also made lots of memories to cherish!

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Lowes. All content, ideas, and words are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow us to create unique content while featuring products we truly use and enjoy!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I’ll start by saying, the carport was never a space I thought we would tackle. Our plan was always to replace it with a garage as soon as the budget allowed,...

I’ve been getting questions about our outdoor fan. It is a puzzling piece of the backyard design that is difficult to wrap one’s brain around. How does it hold up in...

If you’re new around here , we renovated our backyard over the summer and have been stretching out it’s use until it’s absolutely too cold to hang comfortably. I hate to...

I’ll start by saying this backyard project has been a work in progress and a long time coming! As you probably know, we’ve been busting it in the backyard for just over...

What a great space! After all your hard work this summer, I’m glad to see you are able to use your backyard even as the temps dip.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Thanks so much, Sarah!! We definitely won’t be taking on any more extreme projects in 100+ degree weather. ha! xox

Love it! You are very talented. Where is geometric planter from?

Thank you so much! It’s from TJ Maxx

This is an awesome set up for a beautiful fall night! Can you share where you got your pillows/pillow covers? Thank you!!

Thanks so much, Allison! This is my .

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

How do you keep bugs/spiders out of your blankets and pillows?

We typically put away pillows and throws once we’re done outside. We have a tote on the other side of the yard that is weatherproof and everything goes in there. The sofa cushions stay, and we don’t seem to have an issue with bugs / spiders, but we also have our yard sprayed.

Love your site!! So beautiful and Inspiring Design Wise. Where is the gray coffee table from outside on your patio? I love that color scheme. Thank you:)

Thank you so much, Catie! The coffee table is from Gloster, but sadly- I think that one has been discontinued. I couldn’t find the link. xo

Did you paint the paint the fire pit to match your outdoor sofa?

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I did not… they’re two different shades of white. The sofa actually isn’t painted- that’s the color of the cement material. I did paint the firepit with a high heat-resistant spray paint.

Hello Sarah, I am new to your website and love the contents, your DIY is very help, impeccable interior and style layout. Thank you for sharing your home with us.

Please, can you tell me where you got your two black long candle holder?

Thank you so much Yvette! So glad you’re here. The two mid century candle holders are vintage.

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Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Ever since , we truly spend SO much time outside. It’s been a lot of fun entertaining this summer and we’re not ready for it to come to an end as the weather cools off. Utah feels perfectly fall right now and is my ideal temperature, so we’re stretching out the use of our patio and pergola until it’s absolutely too cold. Click through to see how we transitioned the backyard for fall, tips for transforming your own outdoor space for the season, and to see how we’ve been entertaining lately!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

For starters, I did a little plant switcharoo. I brought our lemon tree inside for the season and swapped it for a giant planter of mums! Mums are my favorite fall flower… I love how they cluster into perfect spheres, radiate beautiful autumn hues, and add texture to any outdoor area.

In addition to swapping florals, I also brought out some cozy textiles. There’s nothing better than snuggling under a blanket or throw on a cool fall evening as the sun sets or getting comfortable under a dark starry sky.

The pillows are pretty neutral and seasonally appropriate year round- so I actually left those. It’s crazy how they adapt to the color palette around them.

I leave a basket of pillows and throws outside during the cooler season. All of our outdoor furniture and accessories have weatherproof covers , and I tuck the basket under the coffee table, which is covered to keep everything safe from the elements when it’s not being used.

In addition to blankets and throws, I also layered sheepskins onto the freestanding chairs to make the aesthetic visually warm, inviting, and seasonally appropriate.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

You’ll also notice our newest patio addition… the outdoor heater. This thing has come in super handy as the temperatures drop.

It has wheels, so we can easily position it wherever people are hanging out. I also like that it has a clean, smokeless burn. It runs on propane, makes no noise, and heats a really large area. I think this is Emmett’s favorite thing in the backyard these days.

Of course I had fun decking the backyard out with fall accessories! It just doesn’t feel like September / October without pumpkins.

I love the pale colored modeled looking pumpkins- especially the green and white variations. I styled them on top of the coffee tables alongside my .

I did paint a couple of the pumpkins black- just for a moody pop of color. A filled match strike also comes in handy for the candles. Other than that, I wanted to keep the coffee table styling pretty minimal so it’s easy to bring in and out once we’re finished using the space.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

After transitioning this space for the season, we shared it with friends. Over the weekend people came over and it was a blast! Despite the chilly temps, everyone was warm, cozy, and full of conversation. Here’s my list of backyard essentials this season:

Outdoor Fall Entertaining / Decorating Essentials:

And here’s how to get the look:

In regards to food, I’ll be sharing the delicious mini caramel apple pie recipe on the blog later this week, as well as the pumpkin bruschetta. Both were a hit with our guests!

Charcuterie boards are another easy item for hosting fall gatherings. You can see my . By the end of the night, the food was completely gone… which I always think is a good sign!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Honestly, the thing I like most about our finished backyard is the memories we create there. This fall, I hope to do more entertaining outside because I enjoy it so much.

Sometimes Emmett and I even go outside, have a fire, and enjoy it on our own. It really is an extension of our home and a true outdoor living space. I hope everyone had a great weekend and also made lots of memories to cherish!

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Lowes. All content, ideas, and words are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow us to create unique content while featuring products we truly use and enjoy!

I’ll start by saying, the carport was never a space I thought we would tackle. Our plan was always to replace it with a garage as soon as the budget allowed,...

I’ve been getting questions about our outdoor fan. It is a puzzling piece of the backyard design that is difficult to wrap one’s brain around. How does it hold up in...

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

If you’re new around here , we renovated our backyard over the summer and have been stretching out it’s use until it’s absolutely too cold to hang comfortably. I hate to...

I’ll start by saying this backyard project has been a work in progress and a long time coming! As you probably know, we’ve been busting it in the backyard for just over...

What a great space! After all your hard work this summer, I’m glad to see you are able to use your backyard even as the temps dip.

Thanks so much, Sarah!! We definitely won’t be taking on any more extreme projects in 100+ degree weather. ha! xox

Love it! You are very talented. Where is geometric planter from?

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Thank you so much! It’s from TJ Maxx

This is an awesome set up for a beautiful fall night! Can you share where you got your pillows/pillow covers? Thank you!!

Thanks so much, Allison! This is my .

How do you keep bugs/spiders out of your blankets and pillows?

We typically put away pillows and throws once we’re done outside. We have a tote on the other side of the yard that is weatherproof and everything goes in there. The sofa cushions stay, and we don’t seem to have an issue with bugs / spiders, but we also have our yard sprayed.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Love your site!! So beautiful and Inspiring Design Wise. Where is the gray coffee table from outside on your patio? I love that color scheme. Thank you:)

Thank you so much, Catie! The coffee table is from Gloster, but sadly- I think that one has been discontinued. I couldn’t find the link. xo

Did you paint the paint the fire pit to match your outdoor sofa?

I did not… they’re two different shades of white. The sofa actually isn’t painted- that’s the color of the cement material. I did paint the firepit with a high heat-resistant spray paint.

Hello Sarah, I am new to your website and love the contents, your DIY is very help, impeccable interior and style layout. Thank you for sharing your home with us.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Please, can you tell me where you got your two black long candle holder?

Thank you so much Yvette! So glad you’re here. The two mid century candle holders are vintage.

Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

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Hi there! I'm Sarah, creator of this blog. Expect to find inspiration and original content related to: interiors & styling, renovating, DIY, and home improvement projects! My husband Emmett and I are currently renovating our second house in Salt Lake City, Utah. Follow along and say hi!

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Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Ever since , we truly spend SO much time outside. It’s been a lot of fun entertaining this summer and we’re not ready for it to come to an end as the weather cools off. Utah feels perfectly fall right now and is my ideal temperature, so we’re stretching out the use of our patio and pergola until it’s absolutely too cold. Click through to see how we transitioned the backyard for fall, tips for transforming your own outdoor space for the season, and to see how we’ve been entertaining lately!

For starters, I did a little plant switcharoo. I brought our lemon tree inside for the season and swapped it for a giant planter of mums! Mums are my favorite fall flower… I love how they cluster into perfect spheres, radiate beautiful autumn hues, and add texture to any outdoor area.

In addition to swapping florals, I also brought out some cozy textiles. There’s nothing better than snuggling under a blanket or throw on a cool fall evening as the sun sets or getting comfortable under a dark starry sky.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

The pillows are pretty neutral and seasonally appropriate year round- so I actually left those. It’s crazy how they adapt to the color palette around them.

I leave a basket of pillows and throws outside during the cooler season. All of our outdoor furniture and accessories have weatherproof covers , and I tuck the basket under the coffee table, which is covered to keep everything safe from the elements when it’s not being used.

In addition to blankets and throws, I also layered sheepskins onto the freestanding chairs to make the aesthetic visually warm, inviting, and seasonally appropriate.

You’ll also notice our newest patio addition… the outdoor heater. This thing has come in super handy as the temperatures drop.

It has wheels, so we can easily position it wherever people are hanging out. I also like that it has a clean, smokeless burn. It runs on propane, makes no noise, and heats a really large area. I think this is Emmett’s favorite thing in the backyard these days.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Of course I had fun decking the backyard out with fall accessories! It just doesn’t feel like September / October without pumpkins.

I love the pale colored modeled looking pumpkins- especially the green and white variations. I styled them on top of the coffee tables alongside my .

I did paint a couple of the pumpkins black- just for a moody pop of color. A filled match strike also comes in handy for the candles. Other than that, I wanted to keep the coffee table styling pretty minimal so it’s easy to bring in and out once we’re finished using the space.

After transitioning this space for the season, we shared it with friends. Over the weekend people came over and it was a blast! Despite the chilly temps, everyone was warm, cozy, and full of conversation. Here’s my list of backyard essentials this season:

Outdoor Fall Entertaining / Decorating Essentials:

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

And here’s how to get the look:

In regards to food, I’ll be sharing the delicious mini caramel apple pie recipe on the blog later this week, as well as the pumpkin bruschetta. Both were a hit with our guests!

Charcuterie boards are another easy item for hosting fall gatherings. You can see my . By the end of the night, the food was completely gone… which I always think is a good sign!

Honestly, the thing I like most about our finished backyard is the memories we create there. This fall, I hope to do more entertaining outside because I enjoy it so much.

Sometimes Emmett and I even go outside, have a fire, and enjoy it on our own. It really is an extension of our home and a true outdoor living space. I hope everyone had a great weekend and also made lots of memories to cherish!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Lowes. All content, ideas, and words are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow us to create unique content while featuring products we truly use and enjoy!

I’ll start by saying, the carport was never a space I thought we would tackle. Our plan was always to replace it with a garage as soon as the budget allowed,...

I’ve been getting questions about our outdoor fan. It is a puzzling piece of the backyard design that is difficult to wrap one’s brain around. How does it hold up in...

If you’re new around here , we renovated our backyard over the summer and have been stretching out it’s use until it’s absolutely too cold to hang comfortably. I hate to...

I’ll start by saying this backyard project has been a work in progress and a long time coming! As you probably know, we’ve been busting it in the backyard for just over...

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

What a great space! After all your hard work this summer, I’m glad to see you are able to use your backyard even as the temps dip.

Thanks so much, Sarah!! We definitely won’t be taking on any more extreme projects in 100+ degree weather. ha! xox

Love it! You are very talented. Where is geometric planter from?

Thank you so much! It’s from TJ Maxx

This is an awesome set up for a beautiful fall night! Can you share where you got your pillows/pillow covers? Thank you!!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Thanks so much, Allison! This is my .

How do you keep bugs/spiders out of your blankets and pillows?

We typically put away pillows and throws once we’re done outside. We have a tote on the other side of the yard that is weatherproof and everything goes in there. The sofa cushions stay, and we don’t seem to have an issue with bugs / spiders, but we also have our yard sprayed.

Love your site!! So beautiful and Inspiring Design Wise. Where is the gray coffee table from outside on your patio? I love that color scheme. Thank you:)

Thank you so much, Catie! The coffee table is from Gloster, but sadly- I think that one has been discontinued. I couldn’t find the link. xo

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Did you paint the paint the fire pit to match your outdoor sofa?

I did not… they’re two different shades of white. The sofa actually isn’t painted- that’s the color of the cement material. I did paint the firepit with a high heat-resistant spray paint.

Hello Sarah, I am new to your website and love the contents, your DIY is very help, impeccable interior and style layout. Thank you for sharing your home with us.

Please, can you tell me where you got your two black long candle holder?

Thank you so much Yvette! So glad you’re here. The two mid century candle holders are vintage.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

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Hi there! I'm Sarah, creator of this blog. Expect to find inspiration and original content related to: interiors & styling, renovating, DIY, and home improvement projects! My husband Emmett and I are currently renovating our second house in Salt Lake City, Utah. Follow along and say hi!

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Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Ever since , we truly spend SO much time outside. It’s been a lot of fun entertaining this summer and we’re not ready for it to come to an end as the weather cools off. Utah feels perfectly fall right now and is my ideal temperature, so we’re stretching out the use of our patio and pergola until it’s absolutely too cold. Click through to see how we transitioned the backyard for fall, tips for transforming your own outdoor space for the season, and to see how we’ve been entertaining lately!

For starters, I did a little plant switcharoo. I brought our lemon tree inside for the season and swapped it for a giant planter of mums! Mums are my favorite fall flower… I love how they cluster into perfect spheres, radiate beautiful autumn hues, and add texture to any outdoor area.

In addition to swapping florals, I also brought out some cozy textiles. There’s nothing better than snuggling under a blanket or throw on a cool fall evening as the sun sets or getting comfortable under a dark starry sky.

The pillows are pretty neutral and seasonally appropriate year round- so I actually left those. It’s crazy how they adapt to the color palette around them.

I leave a basket of pillows and throws outside during the cooler season. All of our outdoor furniture and accessories have weatherproof covers , and I tuck the basket under the coffee table, which is covered to keep everything safe from the elements when it’s not being used.

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

In addition to blankets and throws, I also layered sheepskins onto the freestanding chairs to make the aesthetic visually warm, inviting, and seasonally appropriate.

You’ll also notice our newest patio addition… the outdoor heater. This thing has come in super handy as the temperatures drop.

It has wheels, so we can easily position it wherever people are hanging out. I also like that it has a clean, smokeless burn. It runs on propane, makes no noise, and heats a really large area. I think this is Emmett’s favorite thing in the backyard these days.

Of course I had fun decking the backyard out with fall accessories! It just doesn’t feel like September / October without pumpkins.

I love the pale colored modeled looking pumpkins- especially the green and white variations. I styled them on top of the coffee tables alongside my .

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I did paint a couple of the pumpkins black- just for a moody pop of color. A filled match strike also comes in handy for the candles. Other than that, I wanted to keep the coffee table styling pretty minimal so it’s easy to bring in and out once we’re finished using the space.

After transitioning this space for the season, we shared it with friends. Over the weekend people came over and it was a blast! Despite the chilly temps, everyone was warm, cozy, and full of conversation. Here’s my list of backyard essentials this season:

Outdoor Fall Entertaining / Decorating Essentials:

And here’s how to get the look:

In regards to food, I’ll be sharing the delicious mini caramel apple pie recipe on the blog later this week, as well as the pumpkin bruschetta. Both were a hit with our guests!

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

Charcuterie boards are another easy item for hosting fall gatherings. You can see my . By the end of the night, the food was completely gone… which I always think is a good sign!

Honestly, the thing I like most about our finished backyard is the memories we create there. This fall, I hope to do more entertaining outside because I enjoy it so much.

Sometimes Emmett and I even go outside, have a fire, and enjoy it on our own. It really is an extension of our home and a true outdoor living space. I hope everyone had a great weekend and also made lots of memories to cherish!

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Lowes. All content, ideas, and words are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow us to create unique content while featuring products we truly use and enjoy!

I’ll start by saying, the carport was never a space I thought we would tackle. Our plan was always to replace it with a garage as soon as the budget allowed,...

Transitioning the Backyard for Fall

I’ve been getting questions about our outdoor fan. It is a puzzling piece of the backyard design that is difficult to wrap one’s brain around. How does it hold up in...

If you’re new around here , we renovated our backyard over the summer and have been stretching out it’s use until it’s absolutely too cold to hang comfortably. I hate to...

I’ll start by saying this backyard project has been a work in progress and a long time coming! As you probably know, we’ve been busting it in the backyard for just over...

What a great space! After all your hard work this summer, I’m glad to see you are able to use your backyard even as the temps dip.

Thanks so much, Sarah!! We definitely won’t be taking on any more extreme projects in 100+ degree weather. ha! xox

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