I spent several hours one morning last week, trying to get the fall decor on the hall tree in the foyer to look like I wanted. After several tries, I finally liked it well enough to stop tweaking it.
First I removed everything I had on it.
I swapped out everything on it including the lamp. I decided to use this really old one. I do like this lamp though. Alot!
Do you remember these lamps? I think some people used to place ruffled cloth shades on them. When were these popular, maybe the 70's?
I kept it simple, the lamp, a brown metal vase with fall flowers, a book with rust, orange, and green colors, and this owl.
Then I hung this wreath I decorated the other day, on one of the hooks, and called it finished.
On the bottom shelf, I placed a long brown wooden container filled with fall leaves and pumpkins.
That's it, nothing too over the top. Just a simple theme that will last through Thanksgiving.
I think this lamp works the best of any I have tried on the hall tree, so it may have found a new home.
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