I have decorated my house, and seem to have an abundance of Fall things, as this is my favorite season, and time of the year. Since I have relocated my sewing room, back to the original bedroom it was in, my living room is shaping up again. I still need to find wall décor. I am on the lookout for two large iron sconces for either side of the picture above sofa.
I took this photo yesterday morning, because I thought it was so pretty with the morning light coming through the window in there.
The chairs that flank the table in front of the window, are holding pillows that I made last season, using placemats from Walmart.
This cornucopia is a favorite of mine, and I love the rich colors in it.
I am adding in this photo of the stained glass hanging in the window, which is partly why the dappled sunlight looks so pretty streaming in through the window.
The piano is dressed with my collection of soft pumpkins. These were made from thrifted sweaters. Such fun to make!
Also hanging in the entryway, is an oldie, but goody. I made this Log Cabin style friendly ghost, a good 12-15 years ago. On this one, I meandered using black thread on the black, and white on the ghost, and orange on the pumpkin.
The quilted table topper on the table is also a panel that I quilted.
A Willie Ray lamp, and jackolantern, sitting in a small mug rug I made, just to use some extra appliques I had from another quilt.
In my laundry room, my button up for November, just because I love it, and don't want to hide away until I put it on my quilt rack. The picture is fuzzy, but you get the idea. And the chalkboard has a Fall scene too. I used regular chalk, and then went over it with some art chalk.
Happy Fall Y'all!!!