Monday, October 31, 2011

Harvest Under Glass

I had seen these gorgeous dried sunflower heads in photos from the Texas shows and in magazines, but hadn't seen them for sale. But on our way home from St. Louis we stopped at an antique mall and there they were.  These monstrous beauties intrigue me with their symmetrical rows of seeds and perfect neutral Fall color.

As we move into November and the leaves will soon be off the trees, my decor tends to go to the more neutrals of browns and creams. I transition into Christmas with evergreens mixed into my natural element florals and vignettes; I use less orange, but more browns.

A cloche filled with Fall Potpourri 

I love these little frames from the 40's and 50's.
This one has some Harvest graphics.

I really love taking photos in the Living Room now that things have been lightened and brightened up with the new painted furniture. Before, even though it was light in here, the dark furniture just "sucked up" all the wonderful light.

Hope you're having a fun day and enjoy your evening!

Marty at A Stroll Thru Life is having her Fall Cloche Party,
come by and check out the rest of the fun!

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