Decorate with French antiques this fall

Fall Decorative Accents

Glistening morning dew, shorter days, and fall colors make it hard to resist clipping autumn foliage and bringing it indoors. Branches woven through ceramics, glassware, and wickerwork make a stunning and joyful fall display. Here are some inspiring decorating ideas for this gorgeous season.

Image from the Liz Marie Blog

Open shelves are freshened up with pumpkins (terracotta or real), antique books, glass domes, wickerwork, botanic art, and a cast iron Medici planter filled with a feather bouquet.

Image by Helen Norman

A warm and cozy living room, tastefully decorated with an antique oil painting in a gilded frame, several pairs of antique candlesticks, a vibrant collection of pumpkins, and an upholstered antique slipper chair.

Image by Helen Norman

À table! This dining room is framed with colorful bouquets of orchids, berries, foliage, and dried seedpods. The table is set with gorgeous porcelain dinnerware, crystal wineglasses, and silver goblets. Chapeau gendarme dining chairs surround the extendable round antique dining table. 

Image by Laurey W. Glenn

For the outdoors, an antique marble garden table and wrought iron chair are laden with pumpkins, weather vanes, flower pots, and terracotta planters.

Image by Helen Norman

A rustic barn is the perfect setting for a long lunch. Here oak leaves are displayed in blown glass demijohns, candlelight flickers in an antique oil lamp, and dinnerware is mixed from person to person, as are the dining chairs. The apples and berries make this an edible still life!

Timeless décor personally curated in France, delivered worldwide, for the design obsessed.
Image credit: Helen Norman, Southern Living, Liz Marie, Laurey W. Glenn

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