Fall Pinspiration

It may be hot outside but even with the soaring temps I have already started brainstorming for our Fall decorations.  Last night I got a little pin crazy on Pinterest (some of you may have noticed).  So I thought I would share some of my favorites with you.

Please be kind and re-pin from original sources hyperlinked below each picture.  

Starting with this inviting picture…

seeded pumkin(source)

I couldn’t find the web sight for the picture above, only the image link.  If someone knows where this is from let me know.  I would love to give the owner credit.

I love all the warm colors in this picture but what really caught my eye was the use of seed and beans attached to the candles and pumpkins.  This would really be an easy project and a great way to personalize inexpensive candles into something special.  I have to admit though that I would be afraid to leave the candles burning on a wood table.  What if the wax dripped or the heat damaged the table?


I love the beautiful place setting above because of the use of carnival glass.  Fall is my favorite time to pull out my carnival glass pieces.  Notice how formal it looks paired with simple burlap and white dishes.  This is really an elegant place setting and would be perfect for a dinner party.

rustic table setting(source)

I couldn’t find the web sight for the picture above, only the image link.  If someone knows where this is from let me know.  I would love to give the owner credit.

This beautiful rustic table setting also uses carnival glass and a gorgeous piece of pottery for the centerpiece.  All you Mississippi people are probably thinking what I was when I saw this picture, “I could use my McCarty pottery as my centerpiece.”  It was my first thought when I saw this table setting.  I’m pretty sure this isn’t a piece of McCarty (I can’t see the Mississippi river) but the color is very similar.I already have plans to use some of my pottery in my tablescape.

full mantel shot(source)

I truly loved my Fall mantel last year but would love to try some new design ideas out.

fall mantel(source)

There are several things I love about the picture above.  First, the FALL pennant banner.  Pennant banners have really been catching my eye lately and this one is no exception.  It’s simple but adds to the character of the mantel.  I also love the use of white pottery.  I don’t have a lot of white pottery or ceramics but it is incredibly versatile.  White also has way of dressing a design up.  It’s clean and timeless.  Finally, I really like the “Count Your Blessings” sign.  It’s almost a foreshadowing of Thanksgiving and a wonderful reminder.  If we started counting our blessing we would never finish.  God has blessed me more than I will ever know.


Here is another use of white pottery.  It is a beautiful contrast to the orange and browns used.    BEAUTIFUL!


Above is a simple craft and another wonderful way to add a little bit of Fall color to your living room, center piece, or mantel.  And I don’t know about you but I have a weakness for white pumpkins.  Like the pottery they are elegant.

fall door "s" 4(source)

Finally, I am ready to get my monogrammed “S” back on our door.  This will be the third year we have used it and it is still holding up beautifully.  ML got it out for me the other day but we still need to get the hanger out of the attic  It’s so cheerful looking!

In addition to our “S” door decor I hope to spruce some pumpkins around the front porch and hopefully find some more cute ideas on Pinterest.

Have you been Fall pinning crazy lately?  What knew decor idea are you trying out this year?  Sequined pumpkins?  Homemade garland?  Burlap table runners?  I love trying to add a new thing or two every year.

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