Fall foyer decor this year is a bit of a departure
of what I have done in the past.
Lately, I have been drawn to all of the shades of purple . . . lavender.
There were some beautiful deep purple stock flowers at Trader Joe’s.
I began decorating the my antique French Buffet in the foyer by placing
the stock flowers in the blue and white ginger jars.
I added some stems of wheat for texture and to add more of a “fall look”.
A dried limelight hydrangea fills the blue and white cup
sitting on the sconces that flank the stained glass window.
I added a bright orange velvet pumpkin for another pop of color on the scale.
This velvet pumpkin is my sweeties favorite,
as she says the stem looks like the head of a dragon.
This Scottish antique scale that I obtained from my friend Martha
pretty much will be a staple on the antique buffet.
The foyer is ready to greet friends and family
for the Fall season.
Soon mums will fill the rooms of my home
both inside and out.
The bench in the foreground has yet to be “fallified” …
coming soon, when I reveal the Great Room for Fall.
So far, I love the way it is coming along!
Have a most beautiful day!!!
I am joining:
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday
StoneGable for The Scoop