Happy Tuesday! This past week for the #FabFallFest we asked friends to share how they styled their fall baskets, dough bowls and trays. While I have a few of these items styled, I thought it would be fun to share some inspiration that I’ve found around the web, check it out: (Please be sure to pin from original sources)
I just LOVE this fireplace styling with the plush and cozy rug, but those baskets!!! I would take two of each if I didn’t have a room in my basement overflowing with baskets already. Baskets are great to house extra pillows and throws and just to give a warm inviting feeling in a fall vignette.
Wire baskets are a beautiful way to display a colorful autumn floral arrangement, apples, pumpkins and even gourds!
What says autumn more than mums? Mums placed in bushel baskets! I adore this staggered vignette.
My friend and fellow co-host of the #FabFallFest, Linda, used this paint dipped willow basket to coral her Dollar Store Painted Pumpkins. I love how she tucked the gilded antlers and greenery in between the pumpkins, so sweet!
Dough Bowls and Trays
Dough Bowls and trays, make the perfect setting for a fall centerpiece or vignette. Layering texture from natural elements, and adding candles or even pattern, can really make these centerpieces pop. Here are a few of my favorite:
I love the traditional fall colors and natural elements in this dough bowl centerpiece.
This tray is just stunning and really quite simple, filled with dried hydrangeas and a few white pumpkins nestled in between.
Another simply beautiful dough bowl, using a variety of neutral pumpkins on a bed of faux greenery.
Tiered trays are great space savers and allows you to serve multiple purposes, decorative and functional!
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My sweet friend Nicole and also my fellow co-host for the #FabFallFest, put together this beautiful dough bowl centerpiece, I love the vibrant colors!
Lastly, I shared on my Instagram, this cute little collection of my fall findings on this wooden acacia tray.
So, tell me . . . which are your favorites?
Until next time,