I've been working on a couple of changes for Fall. Even though the weather is warm again, I'm thinking cool... come on Fall.
I love using natural elements as much as possible.
On the chest in the entry hall, I did a somewhat rustic arrangement, using an old wooden box and gourds.
The gourds are volunteers from the garden. A nice surprise.
I'm staying with cool greens and browns, since it's still in the 80s outside.
You can see the gourds are still green, but they'll turn a nice shade of tan as they dry.
Normally, I would have used dried hydrangea, but this time, I went with faux.
I put three gourds in the old wooden box, added lotus pods and some twigs, to give it height, stuffed in the hydrangeas, and that was it.
In the living room, I decided to take the antlers down from the secretary (I know some of y'all will be happy about that) :) ...and use them in the dough bowl, with an assortment of natural things...wicker balls, moss, dried pods and some round things that look like dried fruit.
I have no clue as to what those fruit things are.
Everything, except the antlers, gourds and pine cones, came from Home Goods in a chicken wire basket. I'll use the basket later...probably in the kitchen.
I added some Sedum Autumn Joy to a silver vase, and that's it.
Sorry the photo is sort of pink, I guess it's a reflection from the walls.
Thanks for stopping by. I'm still working on my hutch in the kitchen and a few more changes.
I'll be joining Sherry @ The Charm of Home for
Home Sweet Home Friday.
and Honey @2805 for Potpourri Friday.
See y'all there.