Fall Vases and Foliage Favorites: Market Monday

This past weekend I started unpacking some of my favorite fall vases and foliage to get my home ready for the autumn season. I probably won’t swap out summer decor for fall decorations for a few weeks yet, but I like to plan ahead so I can decide if I want to purchase anything new for the season. Below you’ll find some of my favorites from previous years, along with new vases and foliage I’m eyeing with links on where to buy. Just in case you find yourself inspired and wanting to add something fresh and new this year.

Dining Buffet with Large Clay Pot and Vintage Brown Bottles

I still have my large artisan earthenware vase above from Pottery Barn. Right now it has no foliage. The stems you see above are from a previous nature-inspired fall home tour.

My vintage amber bottles are still a favorite of mine. I filled the large one with a couple fall foliage stems and would you believe this image is the most-pinned photo from my 2018 fall home tour?

Large Vintage Amber Bottle with Fall Foliage


I need to find some of my more colorful fall flower like this bouquet, also from my 2018 fall home tour. I’d like to add more color back into my rooms. Maybe golds and burgundy.

Colorful Fall Floral Arrangement


Here’s a collection of rustic style vases I’m eyeing for the upcoming fall season. I found them on Etsy, Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn, and Elsie Green.

Fall Vase Collection - Where to Buy


You can find where to buy any of these vases by clicking on the images in the Lookbook below. (Scroll right and left through the images in the Lookbook.)


Here’s a collection of fall foliage that I think is especially pretty and realistic. I found these at Etsy, Crate and Barrel, and Pottery Barn.

Fall Foliage Favorites - Where to Buy


Find where to buy fall foliage by clicking on the images in the Lookbook below. (Scroll right and left through the images in the Lookbook.)


I hope you enjoyed today’s Market Monday which is a new series I started on the blog. You can see last week’s market on fall candles, pillows, and throws. The first post in the series was about creating a French kitchen – but that was before I decided to make Market Monday a regular thing.



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  1. It always help to have some new ideas and thanks for these. I t makes you see how you can use something you may have in a different way.