Fall Decorating at our Coffee Bar
When I grabbed my box of fall decorations for this year, I realized I didn’t have much for my new house. For one, our space is bigger and I needed a couple more items. Two, some of the items were bright orange…and I just wasn’t feeling that color this year! I do however like the copper accent for fall and decided I would try to incorporate that instead.
While I love copper mugs, they just weren’t in my budget for this year. With a new baby and a couple trips for this fall, I decided to make my copper items instead of buy! All I did was take some hammered copper spray and sprayed some mason jars I already had at home. It was very simple, but really brought some nice color to the space.
I also sprayed an old glass candle I had. The leftover wax was already previously removed so I just needed to spray it copper and then add wine corks as a filler.
The large ironstone pitcher was already there, all that it took to make this cute little vignette was a couple pumpkins in varying texture and the smaller vase with dried hydrangeas in it.
The pretty light green fabric pumpkins were the only things I actually did purchase this year – for $1 a piece I couldn’t pass them up! Otherwise all the white pumpkins I already had on hand. The wooden one was picked up from TJ Maxx last year, and the other white ones were just a cheap package from the dollar store and spray painted white! (This is the white we love to use.)
On the floor I sat a wicker pumpkin that also brings in some pretty texture. And on the other side, the crate, vase and large ‘C’ were already there – I just added some copper leaves! On top though, I grabbed a fun but neutral colored scarf and a smattering of more white and green pumpkins!
For this space, I kept most of the decor the same, just added a couple pieces to bring it into the fall season! Very simple and easy to do, yet really makes a nice statement for fall.