My fall decorating has been waiting in two boxes in the wicker chairs for days. I would start and stop. Put up and take down. Just wasn't in the mood I guess.
But after I piddled with graphics that I bought on Etsy (they're cheap and fun!) the other day and ended up with a fall banner, I knew the decor had to come next.
(I love how the mirrors always seem to reflect the quilts on this wall. But then how could they not, when the quilt show clearly came to town in a big way? I look at it as good insulation.)
This morning, I guess I was in the mood, for I got it together. Edited, added, edited. There's not a lot of places to put things. So you have to edit or you won't see anything for the cumulative affect of trying to get everything in.
I figured out pretty quick that I was not going to be able to get everything in. So I put some of my fall decor back in the boxes and back to the dark closet they went.
As it is, you can see that I did get a lot in. Don't I always? Some call it clutter and some call it art. Sometimes I call it both.
Didn't really put anything fallish per se in this tiny little area. I mean, here it's all about the coffee. But I did find some of the hooks that go to the potting bench and put up a basket with cloth napkins.
Nothing speaking of fall in here either. I did locate the runner a wonderful friend sent me and added it though. This area is so hard to take photos in. One of these days maybe I can afford to get a wide angle lens.
Can't do a post in here without revealing my symbolic gallery wall that means so much to me.