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Decorating a fall vignette with pumpkins and copper.
Fall has officially graced us with its presence – at least according to the calendar. You wouldn’t know it by taking a step outside my front door. The lingering heat and humidity obviously haven’t received the hint that it is time to may way for cooler temps. Until then, I am adding bits and pieces of the new season to the house. This weekend I created a fall vignette with pumpkins and copper.
Staying true to my color palette, I was able to add fall decor to the vintage table in the sunroom.
Start With a Tray
Typically, when I create a tabletop vignette I start with a tray.
This is a vintage wooden tulip crate from Brussels. Y’all know how much I adore old wood and graphics – this is a winning combination.
It’s perfect for this display because it is deep and large.
Creating a vignette is fairly quick and easy when you use our tips in this post How to Style a Coffee Table Vignette. This display came together in just 5 minutes!
Patina of vintage copper is a perfect seasonal additional for Fall. This large copper pitcher is one of favorite pieces. You might remember that I used it in my Fall tablescape last year.
All of these gathered items were simply placed in the tulip crate until I was happy with how they looked. I basically kept placing each item until they fell into place. Easy, peasy 🙂
These colors are perfect for the sunroom. A fall vignette with pumpkins and copper are beautifully paired together for the season. All of these fall items were things I already had in my Fall stash from years past. When collected together, they look as if they were always meant to be together. Be sure to play with different textures and colors in your own home for a different, yet cohesive look.
What colors are you loving this Fall season?
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