Hi, this week I am posting my Fall décor. . .one room at a time.
As you enter in the front door directly to the right are a set of French Doors. Come inside, welcome to our living room.
I’ve decorated the shelf made from half of a vintage door with a few Fall items.
We added the bead board, the shelf, and mirror last Winter. I had a lot of fun giving it a touch of Fall. The gourd candle holders I bought at Big Lots years ago. Back when it was called Pic & Save. A rustic acorn, and an iron fleur de le complete the vignette.
A vintage scoop holds painted canvas acorns and chenille corn.
At the other end of the shelf is a glass pumpkin and a couple of old clocks to remind us that it’s “Time for Fall”. I picked up the paper feather in Idaho.
A ceramic bowl full of Fall’s harvest sits atop a pumpkin and leaf runner I made. An Autumn hued tea cup and saucer waiting to be filled.
rustic meets bling.
I love this chippy table. A wire basket holds a few of my Autumn themed plates.
I love the handmade lace on this estate sale tablecloth find.
I added a glittered leaf to another coffee filter wreath and hung it from my spindle made into a wreath holder.
Look at this old Dictionary that I found at D.I. for $4. Red and aqua, sigh! The Seasons book has been one of my favorites for years.
A chalked sunflower stitchery I made a couple of years ago sits atop my vintage green cabinet.
The cabinet holds my collection of red dishes. I hung a primitive pumpkin from the door.
This shelf never photographs very well. I always seem to get a bit of a glare.
It feels a bit more like Fall here every day. How about where you live?
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