I went walking around our property to gather bits of fall to bring inside. My first stop was the wild little apple tree by the road.
Golden autumn leaves were next. Gather gather gather.
Then some oak leaves from one of the scraggly little oaks along the fence. The leaves are fire-like.
I trudged through the thick dusty field to the backside of our property where pumpkin harvest is in full swing. A little basket of minis was all I needed.
I stopped by the garden for a few cornstalks too, then back inside to plug it all in.
I started with this beautiful antique runner from my friends Dustin and Christian of Uber Chic Home.
Cornstalks were added in to create a base.
Then some leaves
and little pumpkins.
I like to incorporate just a few elements. I think a display is more impactful that way.
All the remaining gathered goods were added onto the shelf in my kitchen.
Now, fall fills our home.
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The table runner is from Uber Chic Home.
The dining room table was made by Antico.
The dining room chairs are from World Market.
The dining room light fixtures are all from Pottery Barn.
The basket on the shelf above my stove is from Roost Antiques in Spokane, WA.
The mortar and pestle was found at a little bargain shop in San Francisco's Chinatown.
The tile in the kitchen is from Dirk Elliott Tile.