Sometimes simple is best. This year my fall entry decor is just that…simple, quick, inexpensive. All I used was dried hydrangea blooms and mini pumpkins. I lined some pitchers up on the stairway, a look I have used many times, and paired each pitcher with a mini pumpkin. I love blue and orange together so I chose orange pumpkins instead of a neutral color. They gave me the perfect pop of autumn color.
Make sure to prepare your real gourds/pumpkins so they don’t mold and turn nasty.
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If you want to create a look similar to this one but don’t have dried hydrangeas, it would work beautifully to substitute faux hydrangeas, fresh/faux greenery or even another type of dried flower. I almost bought several bunches of dried wheat and then talked myself out of it in favor of the hydrangeas…but wheat would be a lovely choice as well.
Related: All About Limelight Hydrangeas
My Gather Here stenciled pillow cover has moved since I first shared it. It started out on the porch but is now resting on the entry chair. It was a last minute addition to my fall entry decor but I think it’s perfect. I have to admit that every time I go up or down the stairway, it brings a smile to my face.
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Now available: I listed a few new Halloween designs so now would be a good time to do a little shopping. I just ordered the Jack O’Lantern one myself and can’t wait for it to get here. I’ll be sure to share a picture when it arrives.
Click HERE to see the entire Fall/Halloween Collection from Sutton Place Designs!
Thank you, as always, for spending a bit of your Sunday with me. Best wishes for a wonderful week ahead!
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