Vignettes are more than putting items on a table and grouping them together. For me it’s about feeling, making it warm, and inviting. I have four No Fuss… simple fall Decorating tips for you.
Creating a welcoming fall entryway is simple. Foyers is the very first place I love to decorate. When guest arrive it’s the first impression they will always have of you and your home. Use pumpkins (real or faux) gourds, candles and foliage.
Creating a Rustic Fall Entryway is a little new for me this year. Rustic meets silver on these Rustic Candle Holders and candles, I scored at Homegoods. They’re perfect on any dining table, coffee table, and on a fireplace mantle.
Use what you have already! If you follow me on Youtube, I’m sure you’ve heard me say this a thousand times. The black/cream inspired Mackenzie Childs courtly check box we usually keep on top of our media center. It holds all of the remotes when we’re not using them. By removing the lid and placing pumpkins, gourds and berries adds height, interest and a strong contrasting color to the vignette.
The Coffee Table….
Coffee tables are begging for table decor. Where and how to place items can be challenging depending on your style and function. Usually, I tell everyone…. buy what you really love and the rest will follow. Keep moderation in mind. First, place the tallest and largest piece in the center of the table. Here I have a large urn. Create small groupings like the owls, small pumpkin and the boxwood ball.
DIY Book Storage, was a score from Michael’s. They had the $2 grab bag a few years ago and these were inside. The cover isn’t my style but they were too cute to get rid of.
Acrylic paint got the job done! Two coats of light blue was applied let that dry for an hour. Apply streaks of white paint to give and an aged weathered look. You can even go further and apply a thin coat of wood stain. I will be doing a tutorial on it soon!
The Sofa Table…
Glitz And Glamour is right here if your looking for it! I have a few tricks up my sleeve. White pumpkins are so pretty in any space. Our sofa table sits in front of three windows that brings in a ton of light in the morning. It’s the perfect spot for glitz and glam.
Vintage Blue Home Decor Table Centerpiece….
Rustic suits our kitchen just right. Our style is traditional, country and a little rustic rolled into one. Warm tones welcomes you right in. My inspiration for this Rustic Fall Centerpiece was this $2 wine crate. Rustic and natural elements like blue hydrangeas, gourds, blue pumpkins and scented pine cones.