Even though our window renovation is not done, I’m decorating our buffet up for Fall. Now the hubs isn’t too happy with me since I am invading his “working” space. My response – work faster!
I have found using thrift store oil paintings is a great way to add gorgeous Fall color.
There’s a couple of things I’ll share with you about me, I love color and pattern, but I do not like when wall grouping are symmetrical. It’s just too uptight for me, just saying!
I found this crochet scarf/runner at SA for a $1.50, and loved it’s textures and colors.
I fell in love with this GW, $1.99 oil painting, and started decorating around it.
I love my old tool tray and used an old soup tureen inside with flowers.
I found a set of Currier and Ives Seasonal Plate set, and this is the Fall plate – see more color.
The lid to the tureen is hanging on the wall and another GW ($6.99) oil painting.
Above the painting is a small Fall plate.
I was so excited when I spotted this vase at GW ($1,99), I’ve been wanting one!
The little cloche was ($2.99). I love using dried Hydrangea’s during the cooler seasons. You can find out where I “found” the Hydrangeas here. The metal tray is also a GW find and when I seen the little bird on top I was hooked.
How’s your Fall decorating going?
Are you using any oil paintings in your Fall decor?