With fall drifting in ever so slowly this year, I haven’t been motived to break out the boxes of fall decorations.
(Also, I really can’t dig into my boxes of fall decorations until I clean out my storage area. It’s that bad.)
Instead, I’ve found myself loving more neutral, natural, really easy-going decor.
For now, I’ve been taking my lead from nature and gradually adding little signs of fall, rather one big explosion of decorations.
I picked up this mini-mum at Trader Joe’s and popped it into a square green container on my kitchen table.
These tiny white pumpkins came home with me last weekend from my local farmer’s market. Simply placed in a green glass pedestal dish, they’re bringing a clean and bright touch of fall to my living room.
A larger white pumpkin (also from the farmer’s market), along with an inexpensive grocery store bouquet, helped decorate my outdoor console table for a casual dinner we hosted last weekend.
I’ve been attracted to less typical colors and combinations this year, so this bag of orange mini-pumpkins found a place in a beautiful antique blue transferware bowl.
Acorns gathered on a walk with my dog look pretty in this metal footed-bowl I picked up at Target the other day.
And my favorite, bittersweet, couldn’t look sweeter tucked into the pedastal bowl of white and orange gourds on my kitchen island.
And finally, the gorgeous velvet pumpkins I got last year are just resting in their own little mossy pumpkin patch on my dining room table.
Hope you’re enjoying some beautiful Indian Summer weather where you are — I know those cooler temperatures and deeper fall colors will be coming soon. Happy fall!
Sharing at Between Naps on the Porch’s Metamorphosis Monday;