I needed some fall inspiration today and I thought you might, too. Happy Monday!
I love the unexpected hit of blue in this palette! It's so simple and yet it takes the traditional and turns it into something fresh. A great accent color to consider. From Design Seeds
This is a no brainer for the coffee table. And just like the blue in the first photo, I love the addition of glass to traditional fall foliage. It adds a certain ethereal note that seems right, especially if you're caught between seasons (like I am). From bhg.com.
Wallpaper is featured on a single wall, which creates a focal point for the bed. If you're looking for more of a seasonal wall treatment, you can cover MDF panels with wallpaper and mount them for a removable, temporary display. From Living Etc.
Definitely on my list of crafting projects. It's a simple project - the greatest challenge is finding the appropriate yarn. (Tip: If you find a pumpkin with a great stem, keep the stem and use it in place of the rope shown here.) From Martha Stewart Living.
I like the casual, organic nature of this display. A great way to use up scrap papers or old book pages. Sheets of textured watercolor paper (trimmed to size) would work well for this, too. From Houzz.com.
Unusual pumpkins and gourds have finally gone mainstream (I don't think I've ever seen white pumpkins at Walmart before this year), giving you more decorating possibilities than ever before. A display like this is simple to put together and will easily carry you through Thanksgiving. I found pumpkins and gourds this year at Whole Foods, too. They had a selection that easily rivaled any farm stand. From HGTV.com.
Felt and wool fabric leaf bowls. Pretty, practical. I want to make them! From Martha Stewart Living.
This is another craft that I've been meaning to try. I have jars of acorn caps, gathered in Central Park during numerous fall seasons. And I just love the whimsy and color the felted balls add. I'd scatter them along the table or use them to create place cards. Via Flickr.