It’s finally fall. Officially fall as of yesterday. Don’t you love it? To celebrate the beginning of the new season I’m sharing my festive fall vignette. One place in my house that is fun for seasonal decor is my buffet. It gives the whole dining area a seasonal feel with a few little fall touches. Let’s take a look…
The first thing I do when I start decorating for seasons is shop my house. It’s true! I love to use what I have. For this vignette, I used lots of things from around the house, some things were crafted, and others were left over from last year. From around the house, I grabbed a basket and laid some burlap inside to make a nice little bed for my spray painted gourds. That’s right, I bought some plastic gourds for super cheap and spray painted them white to make them look a little prettier. I also used a cake plate as a pedestal to give my vignette a little height. I placed a mason jar filled with driftwood on top. Since gold is very much on trend this season I wanted to add some gold elements to my fall vignette. The gold pumpkins were left over from last year’s fall centerpiece.
I love the details. The harvest sign I shared last week. It was a really simple DIY. I also used putka pods (the little mini pumpkins) throughout the vignette. I filled a glass vase with them and just sprinkled them around. They are so cute aren’t they? The leave garland and fall bunting (tutorial to come) were a fun addition.
To anchor both sides of my vignette, I DIYed a couple of fall topiaries. Aren’t they pretty?
Now my dining space is looking a lot more like fall with this fall vignette, and I couldn’t be more excited! Here’s to a season full of fall boots, pumpkin everything, and fun fall decor! Happy Fall, friends!