Fall Decorating With Flowers and Free Fall Printables


One of my favorite ways to do low cost decorating is to add fresh (or sometimes faux) flowers. For fall I'm not necessarily into the typical oranges and blacks, but go with flowers that I love and mix in richer tones with...
decorative objects...


Like the copper painted Mason jars that I spray painted for a recent autumn gathering at the beach house...


The table started out bare and when I found my flowers at the local florist I knew that for the tablescape I was going to go for a happy and non cluttered look...


I laid a European grainsack runner down the middle of the rustic table and did a small amount of layering with a few of my favorite flea market finds that have colors that I associate with fall...


White dishes, gold trimmed plates, brown transferware, a bowl filled with large acorns on one end and a tole candelabra down at the other end of the table.

The aqua glasses were found at a flea market for a few dollars and add that pippy pop that carries up in to my favorite chandelier EVER from a local home sale...


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Flexible decorating I call it, when pieces can fit into several rooms in the home and and can be used in more than one way. The chairs have removable cushions, and they are comfy with or without, so I took them off for this dinner and a more rustic fall look...

Flexible means the ability to use year after year as well, and this table setting was from autumn of LAST YEAR...


The same house, same table, same china and decorative pieces...just different flowers...

Finally...I hope that you found some inspiration and for much more, please visit the other talented bloggers in the Falling For Fall Blog Hop, hosted by my friend Pamela at From My Front Porch To Yours! 
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