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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fall Decor & Inspiration

Are you in the process of getting all your Fall Decor out?  This week for TTT we had so many gorgeous vignettes, and it seems everyone is beginning to think Fall.  I picked just a few to help inspire you.


Chari @ Happy To Design always creates the most amazing vignettes.  Her console display is stunning.  I especially loved the compot filled with feathers and acorns.  How gorgeous is this.  Of course the fact that she used a cloche made me swoon.




Look at this refurbished lantern vignette that was created by J Bigg's Little Pieces. How cute is this with the fall leaves and the bird and nest inside.  She's also a newby blogger, so stop over and give her a welcome.



I love this fall mantel that Jo's This and That created.  Love the pheasants and that gorgeous urn.




I love this secretary and her displays are stunning.  I just drooled over every one of her pictures.  Be sure to go and visit upstairs downstairs and take a closer look at her vignettes. 



Alderberry Hill made these absolutely adorable fabric pumpkins.  Aren't these just the cutest.  She's also a newby blogger, so be sure to give her a big hello and welcom.


You just will not believe this Back To School mantel that Whatever Is Lovely created.  I think this is so fantastic and so creative.  She's also a fairly newby blogger so be sure to give her a warm welcome too.


There is so much creativity and eye candy in blogland.  I am just amazed every week.  Hope this helped give you a few ideas.  Also, be sure to stop by the new bloggers and say hello.

25 comments:

  1. Gorgeous feautures dear Marty, I can't wait to see yours, I always imagine you with fall colors, they are so elegant! Hugs, FABBY

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  2. Hi Marty, thanks for the inspiration. Must get decorating for fall.

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  3. Great features. Love that school themed mantel. Wow.

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  4. Marty, what a big heart you have-so sweet to show other blogger's fall decor.Very nice.My fav.is the first one,but I love them all.Than you-Denise

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  5. Love your fall mantle and secretary. I wish it felt like fall here,Sept. is so hot in So. Cal.

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  6. Cute stuff Marty. I have been playing with my mantel all week, just not getting it quite yet. Thanks for more inspiration.

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  7. Great inspiration Marty. Makes me want to start to pull out the fall decor.

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  8. Oh Marty, what awesome looking photographs! I love that fall mantle, it's beyond beautiful! I am so ready for fall, but with this Texas heat, not sure it'll ever arrive!

    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  9. Great inspiring vignettes and fall decorations!! I am partial to Chari because she is such a doll, but she always does wonderful displays!! Love her!

    XO,
    Jane

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  10. There is so much talent out in blog land! Really love the reburished latern, that bird is so cute.

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  11. Marty,
    You are such an inspiration to us all and we appreciate how you spotlight new and unique blogs in your post! I couldn't agree more...all of these ladies are talented and their vignettes truly inspire! Thank you for being the most gracious hostess for Table Top Tuesday!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  12. I love seeing all the wonderfully creative things people do. That back to school look is really unique!

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  13. I don't really change any decor out but I love to see what others do and there are so many talented people out there.

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  14. Marty
    I just redid an old country style lantern. Right now I have some greenery and a candle in it...........but this has given me the bug to change it to a fall decoration!! It will get a make over this weekend for sure!!

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  15. I love all your featured posts. Great Fall ideas. Having so much fun decorating for this great season. Susie

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  16. Everything is so pretty, and I especially like the school days mantel. So unique and cute!

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  17. HI MARTY!!
    Praying that if I get my fall decor out the weather will FALL below 100 degrees!!!
    Oh How I wish this!!
    Love yours, always so perfect
    hugs,
    jamie

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  18. Marty - OH how I absolutely love fall decorating! I am ready to get putting fall things out. I was hoping we would be in our new house for the fall ... but that isn't going to happen so I will just have to make the best of it in the home we are in.
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Have a pretty day!
    Kristin

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  19. Hi Marty, you chose some delightful vignettes which gives me some ideas that I plan to use. Thanks to you and the talented ladies who created them. I always seem to have difficulty decorating the mantle so I was glad to see this gorgeous one. Have a wonderful weekend. Shannon

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  20. Oh my! I wish I had some of this energy. I am in the throes of tearing my upstairs and dining room and entry apart for the final installment of painting.
    Then I will come back here and gain inspiration for Fall. It's so stinking hot - I don't think it will get here soon enough!
    HUGS! Karen

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  21. I really have to get my fall stuff out of the attic. I really like the school themed mantel - I'll run over and check her out!

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  22. Beautiful and very inspirational indeed, Marty!...Christine

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  23. Hi Marty,
    Loved all of the Fall features! Thanks so much for the info about Granite Gold.

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  24. Marty, what wonderful vignettes you featured! And I love your introducing the newby bloggers -- I will go visit them, but not till next week -- too busy this weekend!

    Isn't it annoying when Life gets in the way of Blogging?

    Fondly -- Cass

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  25. You just happened to feature a few of my favorite blogs. I need to bip to the ones that I have never visited to see more.

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