I've spread a bit of fall decor here and there — and I thought I'd share it in case you're still in the midst of getting ready for Thanksgiving!
I was entranced with the morning light streaming into the front rooms of the house this week as summer temps finally gave way to cooler (and drier) autumn weather.
I cleared off the round table in front of the living room windows where a vintage carafe set and a framed photo had sat throughout the summer.
A golden pheasant and glass pumpkins were entwined by a mini garland of fall leaves. In the back I placed a silver coffee pot that's part of a set made in the 1920's, and filled it with faux rudbeckia. The tableau is just enough to bring the outside view inside.
Throughout the year I enjoy styling the bottom shelf of the hutch in the kitchen where I keep my vintage crystal and glassware. Sometimes I use a seasonal theme; at other times I design it just to enjoy dishware that I haven't used recently. I've occasionally shared those vignettes here on the blog, but others I've only posted on Instagram.
I love the line drawings/watercolor paintings of fall leaves and berries. I've added a selection of pumpkins, acorns and berries to echo the predominant colors on the plates.
I just love these salad plates! You can see them used in tablescapes in Understated Pumpkins and Russet and Olive.
After I put away the Halloween decor in the garden/game room, I decided the buffet was looking a bit bare. I retrieved more pumpkins from my stash (I think they're re-seeding themselves in there LOL) as well as the pert pheasant and a copper bowl I picked up in an antique mall. The bowl has a single brass ring on the back side which makes me think that it's a mixing bowl.
I also seem to have an evergrowing collection of faux florals in autumn colors! They were just enough to dress up the mantel in the family room. I like their colors and their softening effect on the stacked stone of the fireplace.
I shared the way I styled the foyer with a tray in a post earlier this season. The quail makes me smile every time I pass by!
And of course my Thanksgiving table is adorned with more quintessential fall decor!
If you'd like more inspiration for your home, check out my vignettes from previous years at Autumn Tones for a Tray or Pumpkins in the House.
Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!