I absolutely adore white pumpkins. I'm sure this comes as no surprise, seeing as how I love white everything! I love that they let you decorate for a holiday/season, and yet do it in a neutral way. The white pumpkins go really well in any house, with any color scheme. They look great with natural elements, but they also work with silvers, or gold, or rusty iron if you want to go that route. I usually start early in September with white pumpkins, and then as we get closer to Halloween I add some black elements, mostly on the porch. Then, as soon as Halloween is over, I go back to the all white, usually incorporating some organic/natural elements like pinecones or greens. I do love the white pumpkins mixed with the newer blue and green pumpkins, too, especially as we get closer to Thanksgiving. This year I started looking earlier this week and didn't find any at first, but yesterday I scored! Mini white pumpkins! That's all they had so far, so I will be back next week to get some larger white ones as well.
|A vignette I did this week with the pumpkins I found (so far!)|
|Love the white pumpkins with the brown transferware! Via Martha Stewart.|
|Via Martha Stewart. So cute!|
|Via Better Homes and Gardens.|
|I love this outside a front door! Via Thistlewood Farms blog.|
|Amazing centerpiece by Loi Thai of the blog, Tone on Tone. Stunning!|
|White china mixed with white pumpkins, my favorite! Via StoneGable blog.|
|I love that Miss Mustard Seed mixed the white pumpkins with green apples. Such a cute idea!|
|A little vignette I did last year.|
|Home of Amy Howard via Cote de Texas blog. This entrance is stunning!|
|Beautiful neutral Fall tablescape via Martha Stewart.|
|White mums and white pumpkins. Via House Beautiful.|
I've only just started with the few mini ones I bought yesterday, but I do love having them around. Those, combined with my pumpkin candles burning 24/7, is making it feel like Fall around here....
|White pumpkins with some traditional Fall colored-flowers.|
This person on Etsy
personalizes them! So cute!
(this comes in various sizes)
I've also seen them periodically at Home Goods or TJ Maxx. Or you can buy an inexpensive orange one from Target or Walmart and paint them! I've seen several bloggers do this and it works well!
Sharing at the following blogs this week:
Labels: decor, decorating, fall, Friday Favorites