Today I went into my picture archives from last year and gathered some fall inspiration for you. I can’t believe September is just about ready to knock on the front door. Time to think about fall decorating and that is not an easy task when it’s still hot outside.
This was last year, the beginning stages of creating a fall wreath. I gathered up some florals and burlap ribbon. By the time the wreath was done, I had tweaked it many times over. But it finally ended up on my front door. It became my very first post!
The idea of this centerpiece evolved when I found this galvanized pan at an estate sale. It was an easy process to fill this pan with all kinds of fall goodies…lots of color and texture!
I love dressing up the tray on the coffee table with seasonal decorations. With the exception of the hurricane, it’s pretty much stationary inside the tray.
And sometimes the decor calls for a little extra “bling”.
This time I added lots of natural elements to the tray; like nuts and moss inside the hurricanes, pumpkins, leaf-covered spheres and a twine covered sphere, all became part of this “woodsy” fall vignette.
And how about the “Shades of Green” post….this centerpiece was the focal point of a tablescape. Again, fun texture packed into a galvanized drawer.
Simplicity…it’s sometimes best! Just a tiny pop of color here.
I often pick up a small bunch of flowers at the market….this was one of those times. Paired up with the pumpkins it made for a cute vignette on the breakfast bar.
I hope you enjoyed “falling” down memory lane with me….you can find more about these posts under the “Seasonal” tab of this blog.
Thanks so much for stopping by….I hope you have an awesome weekend!