I hope everyone is having a great Fall! Our weather is still stuck in summer mode thus far here in Massachusetts with lots of humidity. I am hopeful that it will soon break and I can feel the fresh crisp air. I have kept my fall decor fairly simple this year. I am going for a less cluttered primitive feel to most of my displays and decor. Here are a few picture from my kitchen. I did the bay window with a great large prim birdhouse that we got a local primitives shop in Rochester MA called The Gingham Goose. If you ever are over that way, be sure to pay the shop a visit and be prepared to want everything in there! It is topped off with a vine and the old crow sits on top. The little pumpkin sits atop the old candle boxes.
I bought the old tool carrier for 5 dollars at a yard sale a few weeks ago and gave it a coat of black paint and some distressing. I think it makes for a nice simple kitchen table top display with the gourds, indian corn and the storage jars.
For the kitchen entry display I filled an old crock with some drieds and in the corner I put a few natural gourds in one of my latest ebay purchases..the great old cranberry rake!
I am hoping this weeked we will be decorating the outside space for fall.
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