What I love the most about all of these ideas is that don’t require any special skills or tools to execute and can be done in record time. No need to carve the pumpkins, it’s all about keeping the decorating as simple as possible: 1. Group different shapes and colours of pumpkins and gourds to add interest to a tabletop. 2. Stack them up from the largest to the smallest to add height and Halloween flair to a tablescape. 3. Place a large orange pumpkin on a black hutch to create instant Halloween atmosphere . 4. Fill glass vases with mini pumpkins, alternating colours. 5. Welcome guests with pumpkins by the front door (I will use a sharpie to write on the pumpkins versus paint, it’s faster).
Source: 1. Just imagine 2. Shelterness 3. Style Estate 4. ten june 5. Country Living
If orange pumpkins clash with your décor or if you’re looking for a soothing Halloween look for your house, choose all-white pumpkins. White pumpkins can look classy and chic or vintage depending on what you pair them with.
Source: Good bye house hello home, Northern cottage, Shanty 2 Chic
Create a fall nature inspired centrepiece for your dining table with white pumpkins, votive candles, drift wood, antlers and dried flowers. This tone-on-tone color palette looks gorgeous and stylish with any dinnerware used.
Source: Tone on Tone
I went pumpkin shopping this weekend to enjoy them not only for Halloween but for a few weeks before as part of a fall decorating look.
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