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September 13, 2013

Working into Fall Decorating

I'm slowly working my way into some fall decorating.  I focused on this corner table by the door with my big white rooster. 
I wish he was a more creamy white rather than being such a pure white color but I have attempted to incorporate some things that I think helps keep him in the picture.

This was how it looked for the summer. 

 I set a grapevine wreath on the upper edge for a little added dressing.  The faux plants are a mix of creamy white and brown which worked well for this easing into fall look.

I kept my large glass candle holder but I added the creamy white pumpkin instead of a candle.

I like this for now and I can keep this for a while.
Perhaps in October I'll do this up for Halloween!

A little bit here, a little bit there!

Did you  notice my little bit of fall added to my header?  
Once again I have to thank Linda for
her talents!   You can visit her "here".  She's 
 been a big help with my blog design and many
others.

I'm joining
French Country Cottage
for
Feathered Nest Friday

12 comments:

  1. Oh how beautiful this is, Liz! I love your soft fall colors.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. Liz, your soft Fall additions are lovely! I noticed your header right away...Linda did a great job, as always! Your vignette is great!

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  3. Oh I like the changes you made. I also wanted to thank you for your kind words about my fall table display. I have just starting following you on GFC.
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  4. Liz I did notice your header right away, very pretty! I love what you did with this table top. The pumpkins and the rooster are great. That arrangement is stunning and I like the added touch of the grapevine wreath. Stop over to Cloches and Lavender, exciting things are happening. I would love for you to follow along!!!

    Cynthia

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  5. Love your little corner and I like where you put the white pumpkins on the pilars, so sweet and I like the height...the whole corner looks so inviting..Phyllis

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  6. Your soft color fall vignette is beautiful and I am in love with your white rooster. Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my vignette at The Blue Willow House. Please come back to visit!

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  7. Liz,
    I love your fall vignette and your autumnal header! So glad you kept Mr. Rooster in the scene. I have an ivory rooster that I keep on our breakfast table and a large one in our kitchen as well. My husband's grandfather use to raise roosters and ship them all over the world...I feel it's a family obligation to pay homage to the rooster! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. Hello Liz, LOVE your rooster - he's fantastic - you've created a marvelous autumnal vignette here! Wonderful header - I hope you have a marvelous weekend,
    Kathy

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  9. I noticed the Fall in your header right away, Liz! Love your Fall so far-and that white rooster looks great...AND if you want him CREAMY white-well...all I can say is spray paint...lol I haven't started for Fall yet but will after this next week- xo Diana

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  10. Very pretty with the changes. The white rooster is great there. You have added some warmth and he pops. The pumpkin candles are cute. The beginnings of Fall is perfect. I am so glad you like your Fall header. Enjoy!

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  11. Liz,
    Very pretty! It is killing me that I cannot decorate for Fall and Halloween but I am looking forward to getting my new floors...
    Thanks so much for stopping by!

    Hugs,.
    Debbie

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  12. I love changing with the seasons. Your pumpkins look great in the candleholders.

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