Happy Sunday! Today we are sharing a Thanksgiving Tablescape. For this year’s thanksgiving table, we used all of our existing dinnerware and then added a little wooden cutting board to each place setting and then cut some branches from the yard, added in a few pumpkins, some eucalyptus, fresh pears and grapes and then a few faux branches that I have had for forever.
Well, although I don’t think any room is every really “done” in our house I did add some finishing touches to our living room recently that help make it feel “finished for now”. Haha! Mary-Catherine from Copper Corners contacted us about creating a custom piece for our space. I sent her photos of our room and the dimensions about the sofa and she created this gorgeous painting for us!
Here’s a look at our autumn sunroom at Bluestone Hill! If you’ve been following along for a while, you might have noticed the large framed Gettysburg print that was our great great uncle’s, because it’s made the rounds around the house. I play musical art, which is a nice, free way to change up a room.
I hope you all are having a great start to your week! Ours is already off to a busy start. Today we wanted to share with you our upstairs hallway. We swapped out the more summery pillows and throw we had here for some cozier ones and also thought we would switch the runner as well to this one for the fall and winter.
Happy Saturday! I can’t believe we are already a week into October! Today I wanted to share with you all some simple touches autumn I added to my home office. Just like all of our other spaces I kept it really simple. I love seasonal touches throughout the house but I don’t like it feeling too overwhelming so I like to stick with subtle touches like cozy throws and pillows for fall (and winter) and a few pumpkins and some more branches from our yard.
This post was written last night and set to go off this morning but as I woke up to the horrifying news of what happened in Las Vegas last night I wanted to make sure it didn’t post before I could express our heartbreak and grief over what happened last night.