Fall Vintage Door Hutch
The weather is starting to cool down, the days are getting shorter, and the leaves on the trees are beginning to turn colors. I can feel that we are finally nearing the end of this long, hot summer. I have to confess….Autumn is my very favorite time of year! I have been pulling out all my fall décor and putting away all hints of summer. What do you think of my new hall tree? Isn’t this Repurposed Vintage Door Hutch just the cutest thing all decked out for fall? I love how the white chippy paint and all the old woods blend with the fall colors.
In this vignette, I used a wheat bundle, pine cones, acorns, pumpkins, dried flowers and leaves with hints of yellow and burnt orange to my fall vignettes.
The wheat bundle I found at Home Goods. They usually have a nice collection of them to pick from . Incidently, I had a cool antique bottle given to me from my great-grandmother, that I had placed on here, but I accidentally hit it with my hand and it fell and shattered on the floor, so I replaced with this amber colored bottle from Target. Don’t you hate it when stuff like that happens that can’t be replaced?
The brown plate was a garage sale find, and the metal, chippy, weathered vase I found at a thrift store. All the white stoneware pitchers shown are antiques that I have collected over the years.
This metal Pumpkin sign was picked up at Michael’s last year and I was lucky it fit perfectly inside the little window shelf.
Old faded books with the aged pages always blend in nicely with fall decor. The “Fall Sweet Fall” sign I found at Michaels last year.
Rod Works had these cute, wooden candle holders last time I visited and couldn’t resist picking them up.
I bought this sweet rustic birdhouse just recently at my local Home Goods Store. The old wood and corrugated tin roof give it a country feel and because I love bird houses, I couldn’t resist!
I am enjoying the change in decor and hope you like it too! Happy Fall!