Posts made in October, 2013

Fabrics, repeat, fabrics, repeat

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013

Fabrics, repeat, fabrics, repeat

Fabric is an important part of your fall decor, whether it is a tablecloth for your thanksgiving dinner or a decorative table runner that you use throughout the season. See what Jill, from Designs by Appointment, has to say about fabric http://designsbyappointment.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/suzani-table-runner.jpg

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Bringing Fall Indoors

Posted by on Oct 20, 2013

Bringing Fall Indoors

Fall is a great time to add some seasonal decor to your home.  As it gets colder outside, it is a time when we want to feel warm and cozy and bring some of the beautiful fall colors indoors. In the dining room, create a beautiful tablescape that displays your favorite fall colors. Set arrangement on plates or trays so they can be easily moved as needed.   Vary the heights of the items for added interest. This is a great place to add candles and some gold accents too if you want to dress it up. Mantles are also great to display some of your favorite seasonal items. You can either work with the artwork you already have on the wall, or remove it temporarily and add something that reflects the season – branches, leaves, or other fall decor. Get creative with items, and places where you can display them, from stairways to window sills and beyond. Have fun decorating your home and enjoy the season!    ...

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Halloween Decor Tip

Posted by on Oct 17, 2013

Halloween Decor Tip

We love to decorate our tables for Halloween but often forget the chandelier. Add some decor to it too and complement your tablescape. All you need is some thin wire to secure the pieces, and your creativity. It can be an unexpected and unique finishing touch! Check out my blog this Sunday for some great Halloween Tablescape ideas

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Patterns in Home Decor…repeat!

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013

Patterns in Home Decor…repeat!

Pattern repeat is seen all over in home decor, from furniture to fabrics and it can make a big impact. My friend Jill writes about pattern repeat on her blog… see here  

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