With the onset of Fall, my desire to decorate goes beyond the dining room table so I thought I'd share with you some of the seasonal changes I've made to our living room.
First, I'll show you the layout of the room and then we'll focus in on the details.
This is the view towards front entry. We've updated a few things in the LR recently with new furniture, pic on wall, lamps, etc.
Still waiting on the fireplace update....but we do enjoy sitting in these fireside wingback chairs.
View towards kitchen
Fall Mantelscape for 2011
Faux grasses were placed in a short black wooden vase to give height.
On one end table, faux fruit was placed inside a wooden chest that holds drink coasters.
On the other end table, some seasonal touches are added with a bright faux bouquet and a white pumpkin.
A fall centerpiece for the coffee table is created from three cylinder vases placed on a mirror.
Faux leaves and votive candles were placed on gold glass beads in the inserts on top.
Glittered pumpkins are placed on orange "ice" chunks inside the bottom of the cylinder vases.
Some tall grasses in a black vase, a square orange pillar and a leaf bowl adorn this tabletop.
Leaves and pumpkins are placed on the shelves of the etagere.
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of my living room.
I find the colours of fall very appealing and have enjoyed adding them to my already "fall-toned" decor throughout the house.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you'll check back again later on to see some other displays I've created in the kitchen.
I'll be linking this post to these fabulous blog parties:
Tabletop Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life
Wow Us Wednesday at Savy Southern Style
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Seasonal Sunday at The Tablescaper
Tutorials & Tips at Home Stories A2Z
As well as this fun fall party at The Lettered Cottage