I love the change of seasons when I can in earnest make changes to the house that make a seasonal statement..
One of the reasons I love Victoria Bliss magazine so much is for the delightful sentiments shared in many articles... like this one....
Autumn burned brightly, a running flame through the mountains, a torch flung to the trees.
I think that line inspired me in my fiery decor this season!
Upon entering the home you are met by the welcoming creatures so prominent in our yard.... who are drawn to the blazing light of a cheerful hello..." Welcome to our home. come on in and sit a while and enjoy some fresh brewed tea!"
As you rest on the sofa your eyes will be alight with the warmth of the mantel..
It recieved a visitation of myriad leafy branches, gourds, pumpkins, and fairy lights to set them all ablaze.My sweet black cat that my dear mother crafted in her heyday of creative arts will be my only tribute to the October holidays,,,,, for me.. I am already into the bountiful harvest theme.. for there is so much for which to be thankful!
I have transformed late summer sunflower arrangements into autumnal clusters by removing the cooler colors and adding the warmth of gold and orange!
These gingko branches seem to be overtaking the sideboard, but I do love them so much.... My favorite autumn tree is the bright yellow of the silver maples!
This year my addition to the autumn visitors to the table is this lovely Native American couple... as well, they are and were very welcome to the feast of Thanksgiving!
I am loving my new salad plates that I am using along with my black transferware. I had been wanting something seasonal for fall... YAYAYAYA!
The sideboard side of the room hosts my gorgeous prints I purchased while in Ireland... of the village of Adare, and the Gap of Dunloe! They serve as a reminder of the wonder time we had but also focus my praise on the Lord for His amazing creation and mighty acts!
I wish ya'll stay for supper.... we have a lovely pork roast in the oven.. more than plenty....please plan on stayin' a spell.... we have so much we could talk about
I am sharing on