Are you getting tired of looking at my Autumn decor? Only a couple more post and I'll be done - promise!
I'm just so happy with this years results it's crazy. So glad I didn't go the "spooky" route, this is much more me.
Of all the simple things I've done around the house to change things up for Autumn, I have to admit the hutch turned out to be my favorite. Last Thanksgiving I did something similar and love it so much I found it hard to take it down to start decorating for Christmas. I thought I would try to recreate it this year.
I tried to focus on three things: ironstone, silver and grapevine. I have to say I'm loving the results even more than last years effort.
On top of the hutch, I arranged my collection of grapevine sphere's around a swag of berries.
The top two shelves I've added my collection of vintage books. I love displaying them with the pages showing, it adds such a great texture to the hutch.
I'm not sure why but I love this photo, so of course I had to throw it into the mix. I think it's the simplicity that makes me love it so much.
Working or way down the hutch, the next shelf holds a grouping of items that I think work well together. A distressed frame, a vintage clock and of course a lantern (typical me, LOL)
And of course irornstone, a pumpkin and a single leaf.
On the other side of the hutch I placed a distressed wood box filled with leaves, berries and pumpkins.
Moving on to my favorite set of shelves near the bottom I added a distressed frame, some ironstone and some silver.
I love the mix of textures and colors.
And I serisously love tiny, baby white pumpkins.
Another favorite photo which I have no words for other than . . . pretty . . . me like.
Below I've placed my kitchen scale with some pumpkins and this pretty Halloween mask that I picked up at Target. Am I the only one that is loving the comeback of maskes? I think they are so fun.
Opposite the previous self with the grapevine wreath I repeated the idea of the distressed frame with the wreath layered in front of it. I used more ironstone dished, a pretty pedestle sugar dish and flanked it with two silver gravy boats which I'm crazy about.
Another photo that I love, I just can't get enough of the layered look. Which is weird since I'm normally a "just a couple things or it will look to cluttered" sort of girl.
And finally to finish off the hutch, a touch of simplicity. You can't get more simple than a white bowl and a pumpkin. Simple? . . .yes. Stylish? . . . .you bet!
Hope you have a lovely day,