Here in Illinois, the leaves are still turning from green to gold and the landscape is glowing. I love this time of year but was dealt a rude awakening earlier this week. It snowed!! Can you believe it? The nerve of Mother Nature messin’ with my favorite season! Fortunately it was a light snow and it didn’t stick. Rumor has it the temps are rising back into the 60’s before week’s end. I sure hope so. I’m not nearly ready for Old Man Winter to come skulking around. So anywho, I’ve been busy primping the entryway with Fall decorating details.
Favorite vintage bottles grace the desktop. It’s amazing to me that the kitties haven’t knocked these over! The bottle on the right was found at a local boutique and is hands down my favorite bottle.
Such simple creativity went into this piece of art.
This packet of vintage letters is always on display on the desk.
I found them at the flea market and read each one.
A small Baby Boo pumpkin is just one of many Fall decorating details around the house.
I kind of went a little overboard with the Baby Boos this year, to be quite honest.
It’s these little Fall decorating details that create visual impact in the home.
A humble spaghetti squash pairs with an Autumn gourd to complete the Fall vignette.
And now, just a reminder that a few blogging friends and I are offering Tastes of the Season all week.
Yesterday I shared a recipe for Sweet Potato Spoon Bread with Caramel Pecan Sauce. Mmmmm! Hubby said it was the best dessert he’s ever eaten. Ever! Wow!
Be sure to visit the rest of the bloggers participating in this week’s Tastes of the Season.
Monday 10-21: Craftberry Bush
Tuesday 10-22: Town and Country Living
Wednesday 10-23: Finding Silver Pennies
Thursday 10-24: Ella Claire Inspired