My fall decorating has been waiting in two boxes in the wicker chairs for days. I would start and stop. Put something up then and take down. I just wasn’t in the mood I guess.
But after I piddled with graphics that I bought on Etsy (they’re cheap and fun!) the other day and ended up with a fall banner, I knew the decor had to come next.
I love how the mirrors always seem to reflect the quilts on this wall. But then how could they not, when the quilt show clearly came to town in a big way? I look at it as good insulation for my walls.
This morning I guess I was in the mood, for I got it together. Edited, added, edited. There’s not a lot of places to put things.
So you have to edit or you won’t see anything for the cumulative affect of trying to get everything into play.
I figured out pretty quickly that I was not going to actually be able to get everything put out. So I put some of my fall decor back in the boxes and back to the dark closet they went.
As it is, you can see that I did get a lot in. Don’t I always? Some call it clutter and some call it art. Sometimes I call it both.
I didn’t really put anything fallish per se in this tiny little area. Here it’s all about the coffee.
But I did find some of the hooks that go to the potting bench and put up a wicker basket filled with cloth napkins.
Nothing speaking of fall in the dining room either. I did locate the runner a wonderful friend sent me and added it to my table though.
This area is so hard to take photos in. One of these days maybe I will get a wide angle lens.
I can’t do a post involving the living room without revealing my symbolic gallery wall that means so much to me.