You know its fall when the weather gets a little cooler, the sun rises a little later and when Mother Nature has been busy changing the colors on all of the leaves and decorating the world in copper, gold, red, purple and yellow. Well, that means it’s time to get busy decorating the indoors too!! I always love bringing the colors of autumn into my home, and this year I decided to add a touch of elegance to my Thanksgiving tablescape doing so.
The whole inspiration began with the idea of incorporating gold and magnolia leaves into my home, and a wreath that I created with Barbara King at her shop, Valley Forge Florist. Here is a picture of the wreath we made together (its now hanging on my front door).
Video showing you how to make the perfect autumn wreath!
In my picture blog below, you’ll notice I changed the color of my walls in my dining room to a deep rich grey called “SealSkin” (Sherwin Williams) and popped gold accents throughout the room.
I attached a homemade grapevine wreath to my chandelier using gold ribbon, and decorated the table using seasonal colors and motifs. Instead of one large centerpiece, I created little vignettes that collectively work together, but can still be enjoyed from every angle of the table.
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