The entryway table includes a basket of potted mums that will look better (I hope!) when the flowers are fully open.
Across from the entryway, is the dining room. Here's the sideboard, with some ceramic pumpkins that hold candles.
Come on into the living room. I've added a small pumpkin and some gourds to my lantern and topiaries. I love the star-shaped gourds!
Opposite the fireplace is the sofa table, which holds a large real pumpkin inside a fall berry wreath from Pier 1. The candlesticks are also from Pier 1.
Moving into the kitchen, here's the baker's rack with some seasonal pieces. The lowest shelf includes an old blue metal roaster of Grandma Rachel's filled with wicker pumpkins I've had for years, as well as some wooden ghosts from Pier 1 (I should own stock!). .
The top shelf holds an orange pitcher and some of my everyday dishes, Mikasa Windsor Park. I like blue and orange together, as you can tell! The middle shelf holds a fall village scene. Arranging the fall and Christmas village scenes was always my son's job, but now that he's grown and living far away, I decided to take a turn!
Thanks for stopping by! Now go check out some great tabletops at Marty's Table Top Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life.