Fall Nesting: Pale Pumpkins

Good morning and Happy Friday!  🙂  It’s been a very busy week for me but I am grateful — things are picking up at work now that the Summer is coming to a close and I’m enjoying a more bustling workflow.  I hope you had a great work-week, too!

We’re in full-on Halloween mode around here (I can’t wait to start showing you around!), but I know some of you like to invoke just a little bit of Fall decor in your space first before bringing out all the spookies for October.  I went through my Fall Pinterest board and discovered that I seem to LOVE the look of decorating with pale pumpkins!  I wanted to do a little spotlight on ways to decorate with this variety of gourd today.

I think what I love about these pumpkins is that they are softer on the eyes than traditional orange pumpkins, so using ’em is a nice way to sort of ease into the season.  I think that you really can use them in any decorating style or color scheme, but they seem to look especially beautiful in neutral, traditional, or transitional interiors.

Mix these pumpkins with all of the organic elements and textures you can find — dried flowers, leaves of varying hues, baskets, moss, pine cones…  You really can’t go wrong.  🙂

Screen Shot 2017-03-16 at 11.08.46 PMThistlewood Farms

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Common Ground

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French Country Cottage

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A Thoughtful Place

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Original Source Unknown

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HGTV

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French Country Cottage

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Stone Gable

Have a great weekend!

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