I already told you I was shopping for Fall decor. You guys most certainly don’t have to start decorating for fall yet. BUT, I have a baby shower here at the end of September and have to be completely fall-i-fied. The shower is going to have a Halloween theme because it’s her favorite time of year. Our grandson is due the first of November, so it’s very fitting. I ordered several new fall items this year to spruce up the cottage and they are starting to roll in. I may not leave some of these items in this exact place, but I quickly threw together this neutral fall coffee table and thought I would share.
Also… a lot of times these items will sell out quickly so I always want to share when I first get them to make sure you have the opportunity to grab anything you want for yourselves.
First off… you all know that neutral is my thing. I love to add white and cream colored pumpkins to every space. I usually tuck them into my antique cupboards amongst my dishes, too. That will be coming later. BUT, I also love grabbing warm colors leaves and stems and adding them to my fall decor, also.
I found this absolutely adorable resin pumpkin. It is such a great size and makes a huge statement. This would be so good for a centerpiece on your dining room table. And, you could use this all the way through Thanksgiving. It has such great detail and is such a great price.
Of course, candles are a must. I just added my favorite beeswax candles which have the perfect color for fall. They have their own texture which adds more coziness. They are a little on the pricey side but they burn SO MUCH LONGER than inexpensive ones.
I grabbed this mustard color preserved eucalyptus and think it is perfect for fall. I think it is gorgeous. Please note that it isn’t wired. So it works perfect laying on a table like this or I am going to use it on my mantel.
AND.. you probably noticed the artificial pampas grass wreath in the background hanging on my antique cabinet. I think this it is SO PRETTY and brings the perfect amount of warmth and texture to make this space EXTRA.
I hope this gives you a few ideas for your own spaces when you are ready to add a little fall warmth to your home.