Fall cloche decorating ideas
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Are you in the mood to start decorating for fall? I am, and am joining with
some new friends today as part of a fall pinterest challenge. It’s hosted by
Cindy at County Road 407, and the idea behind the challenge is to put our own spin on a favorite
image found on pinterest.
Our inspiration for this month’s Pinterest challenge comes from
Beth at Home Stories A to Z. She always has the prettiest decor and this is no exception! I adore the
texture and natural elements she used and I’ve incorporated them into my
The goal of these challenges not to duplicate the image, but do our own
interpretation of it. I created a version using many of the same design ideas she used. The main elements of Beth’s vignette are:
- natural elements – acorns, pumpkins, pine cones, hydrangeas
- texture – the burlap runner and the rope handle
- light – the glass cloche
- curved lines – the round base, cloche, pumpkins, and acorns
Fall Cloche Decorating Ideas
Here’s how I added most of these elements.
Since I don’t have a glass cloche, I borrowed this little
terra cotta planter with a chicken wire cloche
from my shop. It’s a bit more rustic but has the same shape. I also added it
to a pedestal for more impact and height. The pumpkin, pedestal, and acorn add
more curved lines.
Using items from nature is something I love to do and I have a stash that I
bring out each season. Around the bottom of the cloche I added some small pine
cones, dried oranges, and some nuts from the grocery store. You don’t have to
spend a lot when you add natural items.
For a bit of texture, I used a small
fall colored preserved boxwood wreath
from my shop as a base. You could also use a grapevine or pinecone wreath. Or
make one with raffia.
I added a couple of vintage wicker demijohns beside the arrangement for more
texture. They actually look kind of fallish with the warm wicker tones and
I layered it all on a pretty
plaid fall blanket scarf
for a bit more color. I buy them to decorate with because they’re really
inexpensive. And I can’t wear them because of hot flashes, lol. 😂
I like the warm colors against the cool gray of the planter and wire cloche.
It’s a nice contrast.
The vignette is up against the painted brick wall in our kitchen and adds a
nice burst of color and texture for fall. And it only took about 30 minutes to
put it all together!
I hope you like my version of the fall cloche. Next up is Laura at Decor to Adore. Hop over and see her beautiful interpreation next!
sure to visit everyone for some great ideas.
Keep scrolling to the bottom of the post for all of the ideas.
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