Found this bittersweet at the Kane County Flea Market last
weekend. I bought it with green berries and within a day
it had turned the orange that we all know. This is now
on the breakfast table, sitting on a vintage column. Very
festive, but simple.
The sideboard in the dining room.
Still tweaking. . . . .
The dining room table.
I found this natural twig candle holder at Anthropologie
about a month ago . . . . just love them. I bought two. I used them
outside for awhile. It has a glass liner so the candle burn is safe.
The true essence of Fall, the textures, the hues of the season
with punches of color. I will be serving butternut squash soup
in the orange bowl.
I bought these at the nursery today. . . . they are called Jerusalem Berries.
They are ornamental in nature only! I didn't want flowers, I needed something
on the smaller side and I loved the color and texture.
No tablecloth, loved the bare wood for this seasonal table.
The napkins are from Pottery Barn. I loved the gray-green color.
Love how the natural fiber pumpkin shows its inner lights. So cosy at night.
This view shows the Sheffield silver plate lined with a copper
liner. It was perfect for the Jerusalem Berries. I also love
mixing the natural with the silver.
The foyer. . .
The spider web!
The guest bath (his bathroom). . . . always
a little humor! As for that garden rose, clipped
it right out of my garden. It is sure not to last
for a week . . . but, we are enjoying it.
I hope you enjoyed Fall pictures of what is going on at our home.
More to come. . . . .