One of the most spectacular gifts God has given us through nature is the changing of the seasons. God’s handiwork is in full swing in the mountains here in Colorado and the splendor of the leaves changing is absolutely breathtaking! Now that fall is officially here, I am spreading more fall decor throughout our house. Today, I am sharing some easy and creative fall decor ideas to help add touches of fall to your home decor.
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It seems that fall snuck up on us here in Colorado. Apparently, the drought in the mountains has affected the early changes. The spectacular arrays of new colors in the air are giving us such great fall vibes. With my excitement brimming, I couldn’t resist getting my first fall table setting set up for a little luncheon. Thank you for joining me as I share this Fall Table Setting with Brown and White Pumpkins!
I wanted to create a centerpiece that could still look nice once the flowers expire. Once the flowers have run their course, I can remove them and push all of the other elements of the centerpiece closer together to be ready for the next event.
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Since the leaves started falling here already, I jumped right into transitioning our decor for fall. I just love all of the warm and neutral colors that are associated with the subtle changes outdoors. Throughout the year, I keep the buffet in our dining room very simple. It is important to me to have a clean canvas for creating seasonal decor as we move through each month. When one holiday or season ends, we are onto the next! Today, I am giving you tips for Creating a Neutral Fall Vignette with Pumpkins like the one I created here.
As I started pulling out our decor from last year, I knew I wanted to feature the brown velvet pumpkins I bought last season. I always love reusing and repurposing items but use them in a different way. You don’t always have to start over.
Having a handle on the events and/or dinner parties we will be hosting this season, I decided to keep the decor very neutral. I choose to use whites to provide a nice contrast to the brown velvet pumpkins. Plus, I can add other colors or elements into the vignette later in the season. For example, if some of my future table settings or events include other colors, it is easy to pop in some flowers or other color-coordinated fall decorations to coordinate with new designs.
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