I become so indecisive as to what and where to place things, that eventually it becomes a dilemma.
So, this year I decided on a few things from the beginning.
One, I wanted to use Gold.
Two incorporate a Rooster or two.
And three I was not going to spend any extra dollars except on pumpkins and maybe a little can
of gold spray paint to paint some frames and a jar or two.
I just really want to keep this vignette economical, enjoyable, simple and Autumnal.
I seem to have plenty of gold accessories in our home, so it was just a matter of assembling
the different sizes and shapes together.
I love this tin whatchamacallit, which my oldest daughter gave me when she and her family
lived on the North Shore in Louisiana, and these straw flowers are a near perfect fit.
(could someone please tell me the true name of the whatchamacallit, as I truly cannot remember.)
Well, by now you know I love my floral chairs and you have seen them in the formal living room.
I was just looking for a bit of a change and wanted to create a little sitting area next to my fireplace.
So, back to the mantle dilemma, I like a subtle glow in my lighting.
But since there is not an electrical outlet on the mantle I am unable to have any lamps tucked
here and there.
I have made the best of this situation, by incorporating LED candles.
I found these two at Home Goods, and we all know we love this store, for great selections and prices.
So not only do the clear candlesticks with the LED lighting add a fabulous glow they add
height, which was also needed for this vignette.
Seriously, these candles should have been invented years ago, love em~
So inviting, relaxing and comforting.
Oh, isn't it pure fun to decorate with these little mini pumpkins too, I just think they are the best.
I suppose everyone has a decorating dilemma or two, but I must say that by
approaching this vignette with a bit of a strategy from the very beginning
it certainly did lessen the frustration of decorating.
Do you have any decorating dilemmas in your home?
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