Hello everyone and welcome to our home. I have finished feathering our nest for Fall! I really like less is more in my Fall decorating this year. I kept things simple in some cases by just adding a pumpkin here and a pumpkin there.
I bought most of the real pumpkins at one of our local farmer’s market stands. I think this pumpkin is the prettiest shade of orange.
I also bought the gourds at the same local farmer’s market stand.
I changed the floral arrangement in the rain boots for the fall season.
In the dining room, I only added little touches of Fall.
On the buffet, I placed fabric pumpkins that I made in the champagne bucket.
And on the dining room table, I kept the dried hydrangeas and added faux white pumpkins.
In the kitchen, I placed a Fall wreath that I made many years ago on the pantry door. That was long before my blogging days. I still love this wreath!
The gathering basket on the farm table in the kitchen says that Fall has arrived here.
I only added a few Fall touches to the open shelving in the kitchen.
I added a faux white pumpkin to the vintage scale.
And I draped a “Give Thanks” tea-towel, that I had made, over the side of the wooden box.
I placed a white Welcome pumpkin to the the top of trash bin cabinet.
In the family room, as most of you have seen, my Fall mantel shelf.
I don’t know what it is about this pumpkin because it is not very pretty…..but I just had to get another one this year.
Inside the cloche, I placed a fabric pumpkin that I made and added some fall leaves. I also added something that is very special and dear to me, my grandmother’s rosary which is laying on top of the pumpkin.
Now that I’m done with Fall decorating, I’m already thinking about Christmas!
As always, thanks for stopping by and I hope you all have a wonderful week.
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