I've been so busy sharing Halloween décor, I haven't posted any of the Fall décor around the house. Next week, I'll be posting Thanksgiving décor, so I thought I'd better get some of the Fall décor posted.
I've had some technical difficulties getting this post to publish, so I won't have much to say, because I'm trying to hurry. Was that a sigh of relief I heard?
This vignette is on the table next to the fireplace.
On the other side of the fireplace, I've created a Fall farming vignette.
This hay farming plate is Romance by Limoges, France. I've had it for years, and I think I bought it at an antique store that was going out of business.
A Fall-filled dough bowl decorates the ottoman in front of one of the sofas in our family room.
The coffee table in front of the other sofa is decorated with a pumpkin, deer sheds and leaves.
A trough on the hutch in the family room is filled with small pieces of Noritke china.
In the game room, I filled my mother's wooden bowl with chestnuts. The Halloween "beware" sign may stay there all Fall. Have you ever touched the shell of a chestnut? Ouch! You'd better beware.
On a side table in the game room, a burlap wrapped pumpkin shape holds a cotton boll.
Next to the table, a wooden box holds stems of cotton, a cotton boll tray, and a small cotton-bale replica.
The box of cotton stems is on top of a vintage bale of cotton. I live in cotton-growing country, and this is the way a cotton bale looked when I was growing up. Because of changes in farm machinery, it doesn't look like this anymore.
Glad to have you come by for a visit.