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Sunday, September 29, 2019

Giving in to Fall

It's been quite warm here the past week, but the shorter days are showing that it really is Fall.  So, although I've been fighting it, I knew it was time to get the Fall decorations out.  Here's a few photos of what it looks like here.

The back door in our garage, the sunflower flag is in an old milk can from my Dad's farm.



My little note on the counter in the kitchen.


The Dining Room


The gourds are in an old wooden tool box I got at an auction.


 In the living room is the shelf that I change out with the seasons.  The dried hydrangea blossoms are from my daughter Laura.


 One of the side tables in the living room.



This is on our TV console.

I haven't gotten pumpkins to put on the front porch yet.  I don't want them to go bad too quickly in this warm weather, so that's the extent of my Fall decorating!

15 comments:

Kim said...

It looks perfect, Mari. I adore that scale!!

Debi said...

Your fall decorations look lovely!

Jean said...

I love it all!

Arlene @Nanaland said...

Looks like a lot of us blog friends are on the same wave length this week Mari. I bought a bag of candy corn but I have decided I cannot purchase another one.lol I love that stuff.

Changes in the wind said...

It all looks pretty and festive.

Dianna said...

Lovely, Mari! Our decorating styles are so similar. I haven't put our autumn decorations out yet other than a couple of wreaths. But I am hoping to be in full swing with it before the weekend.

Henny Penny said...

Your fall things look so neat and pretty. I am waiting for it to cool off a little too before adding mums and pumpkins. It is still very hot here and dry. Our yard is covered in brown leaves. Guess that adds to the fall look.

Kerin said...

It has been quite warm weather here as well, then all of a sudden this past weekend, it's proper Fall weather...brrr!!
Pumpkins are on the porch, with lots more pumpkins to be added.

Love your table and that old tool caddy is awesome!!!

I am quite interested to see how our Fall and Winter will be...as we have moved quite a bit closer to St. George, but we are still in the mountain valley :)

Smiles :)
~K.

Linda said...

Beautiful. I see though, after tomorrow--no more 85*--back to the 50-60's normal October weather for here, wink.

Michelle said...

Your decor is lovely! I still haven't decorated yet. Still in the mid 90's here. We are all sweating to death! lol

Mary said...

I love your decor, that work Bob did in your dining area last year, the paneling looks so like old English paneling it’s beautiful. I’m going to be getting my autumn decorations out. A few weeks ago Annie and I went to a class to make fall wreaths with dried plant material on grapevine wreaths, it was a lot of fun. Annie is doing well, thank you for asking, Mari

LL Cool Joe said...

It all looks lovely and very welcoming. I love the way you decorate your house for the seasons.

Laurel Wood said...

It all looks so pretty. Laura's dried flowers are gorgeous. I keep looking at pumpkins, but just think it's too hot yet.....same with violas and pansies.

Jenny said...

Luscious and perfect as always! I love your dining room. Brittany decorated her front porch with pumpkins and mums this past week ... hmmmm ... it's going to be 97 degrees tomorrow. I told her the punkins'll be mush in no time ... she just shrugged. My guess is she'll buy more before Thanksgiving. It's all good! xoxo

Terri D said...

Very nice, Mari!!