I know I've said this before (I know!) but I love fall so much. However, since I have to do my Christmas decor a little earlier this year due to my holiday blog hop coming up, I wanted to touch on fall and Thanksgiving for just a little while longer. At least for this week! After that, I might be forced to give in...
Over the last several weeks I've spent time sprinkling some neutral fall around the house. And then moving it around again! I've used mostly white and green pumpkins (like my tablescape here
), a little greenery, and neutral flowers of greens and whites. I just want to enjoy it for the next week or so while I can!
|My white pumpkin display I did in the kitchen using both of my vintage French urns. This was back in September. I was literally so excited to find white pumpkins!|
|A recent little vignette using some vintage and white hydrangeas, along with one of my pale green pumpkins (they're still going strong!) |
A neutral mantel I did a couple of weeks ago using just a few white and pale green pumpkins. I wanted a really simple statement.
Hydrangeas are a continual theme for me, almost year round. They are a favorite and I love that they mix with anything. In spring, they feel happy and fresh, and then in the fall and winter, I love them mixed with greens, grasses, and eucalyptus.
|Moved all the white little pumpkins into my antique dough bowl at one point (though they are no longer there!)|
|This is when I was losing white pumpkins left and right (some were turning brown) so the few I have left went in this pedestal bowl on the kitchen counter.|
|Another display I did with a different floral arrangement with eucalyptus. This was from my Fall home tour here.|
I just did this vignette on the counter this week when I took out the turkey platters and Thanksgiving decor! Love this little turkey tureen!
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Wishing you all a lovely and inspired week!
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