Fall is Finally Falling

Fall is my favorite season, next to spring, and I am excited that if finally seems to be coming. The crisp weather changes, the colors of the leaves on the trees, the comfort food, and the fall layered wardrobe. The colors and smells of fall make me almost as happy as when it is time to pump the Christmas tunes.

In the home, fall means comfort and the use of throws and sweaters (ooh sweaters, my fave!).

Worthington Court Blog’s fall mantel

Plaids and patterns are especially good in the fall. This table decor is probably one of my favorite I have seen using plaid.

Plaid Tablescape

And the patterns aren’t limited to the table. Sweaters and scarves are definite fall musts for layering. With the weather changes, you have to be armed with fashionable gear.

Fall Plaid Layering

Fall foods are all about warmth and comfort. Stews, soups, and root vegetables are abundant this time of year, and I am here for it all! I love hearty vegetables and stews, and these recipes don’t disappoint.

Autumn Beef Stew
Squash Lentil and Wild Rice Stew

Another favorite decor accessory of mine are pillows! Pillows can help update a room with the flip of a cover. You can mix and match covers to change with the seasons. These new ones from Home Goods are an inexpensive way to add a little fall color and glam to your home.

Fall Pillows from Home Goods

Whatever your fall style, enjoy the season. #FallisFalling

Have a Little Faith

Two years ago I had an a-ha moment. I was trying to determine a way to channel my creativity. I wanted to do something different with events, but not planning. I would have moments that I wanted to just shake my hands and get the creativity out. Doing graphics wasn’t enough, I needed something tactile, something I could touch and share.

My a-ha moment came through a name change. The name Native November came naturally; a combination of my Native American heritage and my birth month of November. I wrote it down and just liked the way it looked. Then I came up with what that meant, and how could I make that come to life. What did I want that name to represent. I went with things that are important to me or represent who I am and what is special about my birth month; it’s the fall season. Things like natural fabrics with simple colors and patterns. Simple but functional. Coming from the event world, I wanted to create something that was functional both in the home and at an event. I wanted to create something that made a guest or attendee at an event say “hey I would love that pillow in my guest room.”

Things somewhat started to fall into place the moment I just let the creativity take over. I created these for a fundraiser, then decided I should take a class to make sure I knew what I was doing, as far as pillows. In that class, I took in all the information the teacher had, beyond pillows, and really learned a lot and just kind of let things take their own path.

I say all this to say, things fall into place the way they’re supposed to. I’ve had this proven over the years. Many times I didn’t pay attention or wanted something else to happen instead. I tried to create a path like I thought it should go, but fate and nature had other plans. It is kind of hard to put into words, but sometimes in life you have to just let things happen without your force or input. It leaves you open to the possibilities.

In the past month and a half, I have taken a 9-5 job that really was a whirlwind happenstance. Someone I knew on social media said they had a friend with an opening, I said I was qualified, she referred me, I got a call back two days later, I had three interviews in one week, and started by that following Monday. It’s been an interesting ride ever since. Many fall into the pit of not following their paths once “work” gets in the way. But I’ve been finding that it just furthers my possibilities and opportunities. The people I meet, the situations I am put in, and just being where I stand. That has been a really interesting place to be.

Needless to say, I am still ready to create and be productive. I just want to let the path show me where it is going instead of trying to make one where there is none. May seem a little stagnant, but I have been learning that it is truly best to let faith be your guide.

Garden Blue Mood

Spring is coming soon. Why not get in the spirit of spring with a little garden inspiration. Check out this mood board featuring our Garden Collection Blue Floral pillow.

Here is the link to the full board. Check back often, the board will be updated periodically.

Pillows + Cushions

So I love pillows and throws. They’re my favorite home accessories. You can change them with the seasons or your mood. I can sometimes get bored with a look and need a change, so what better way than to put a cover on the pillows that you already have to change the look of your room.

Pretty soon we will be sharing our pillow designs with you, but we can appreciate design and style of other creatives. Here are some of our favorites.

Bright Patterns and Textures


Bright Round Floor Cushion
Muted Patterns
Geometric Patterns
Indigo Patterns
African Mudcloth
Bold Argyle
Navajo Pattern

You can find the entire board we created here.


New Favorite – Project 62


Anyone who knows me knows how much I love Target. It is one of my favorite places to go when I have free time, and it is probably the main place I shop for everything from toiletries to housewares. Well, a month or so ago I got an email about a new product line they were launching in September, and I was super excited! The new line is midcentury modern, but still classic. The line is called Project 62. It is modern living at an affordable price. 

I am all about the branding of a collection, so the first images I saw of the new line simply had me hooked and immediately obsessed. The layout, the logo, the styling of the first images of the line released spoke to the designer in me. I love the typography and the style of the furniture. The richness of the color on the white background just makes it all stand out. Who wouldn’t want to see the rest of this collection.

Project 62 Dining Room

Like most collections within the Target brand, there are a lot of options for style and price. They offer dining room furniture and accessories, as well as other options for other rooms of your home.

Project 62 Bath
Project 62 Furniture

There is furniture for every room of all sizes and usage.

Project 62 Serveware

A variety of serveware for any occasion.

Project 62 Pillows

Of course there are pillows, and they are affordable as well. Under $35!

Project 62 Rugs

There are rugs of many sizes, patterns, and styles.

Project 62 Barware

And you can’t forget the barware for entertaining.

Project 62

Overall, Project 62 is worth the consideration if you are in the market for new home accessories or furniture. There is something for everyone. I can’t wait to get my first item!