It has been one of those weeks, hasn’t it? Kinda crazy, kinda good and kinda interesting. BUT, keeping with my blog theme in looking for ways to keep your home a happy place, I thought I would talk to you about How To Decorate For Fall In Pastels.
For my Fall Tablescape, I have used grocery store flowers, tea cups and vintage vases for a Fall look all in pastels.
How To Decorate For Fall In Pastels? It really is easier than you think.
I looked through my cupboards and pulled out my thrifted or vintage tea cups, vintage lace, silver champagne bucket, blue or pink candles and my barn wood box.
My inspiration came from a pastel Fall pillow designed by Kerryanne from Shabby Art Boutique.
Once I spotted this pillow, I knew I had to have it and create something Fall around it.
My cute hubby knows how much I love fresh flowers around our home. And didn’t have any idea of my vision, but came home with pastel daisies, gladiolas and white tiger lilies, A perfect start for a Fall tablescape.
And Fall wouldn’t be Fall without a BIG pumpkin, would it? Mine is sitting on the champagne bucket filled with Fall leaves that resemble feathers and ferns. And, actually, you don’t need more than one, unless you want to.
As you may have seen before, I like lots of vintage pieces in my tablescapes. It fills the table with the season and eye catching ideas.
AND, did you happen to notice the dried eucalyptus leaves spread on the sofa and all over the table? I like using them for spots of color and another layer of texture.
Layers of vintage or crocheted pieces seemed like the perfect way to start.
How To Decorate For Fall In Pastels starts with layers of fresh cut flowers small tea cups and candles. I love candles in any setting, don’t you?
The gladiolas and fresh lavender daisies were sitting in a barn wood box to add a rustic touch. They completely match the Fall pastel pillow, don’t they.
If you know me, you know I love touches of blue. Not a lot, but enough to add an extra piece of interest.
I loved teaching you How To Decorate For Fall In Pastels. All you have to do is choose a color pallet that coordinates well with your home and go from there. For me, I used a Fall pastel pillow.
What would you choose as your inspiration?
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