Can you believe we’re on the cusp of October? Where did September go?
I took some time out to enjoy a little fall nesting in Potting Shed
and to celebrate my favorite season.
I’m a lover of brown transferware and ironstone anytime of year,
but fall is when it really shines.
I pulled out some pieces to give them their due and for some tabletop fun. . .
And to feather my nest twig by twig.
Williamsburg Aviary by Wedgwood is designed for nesting,
no matter what the season.
Join me for a cuppa hydrangeas and a Staffordshire Bouquet. . .
Limelight Hydrangeas have begun their fall metamorphosis and the blooms
will continue to burnish and deepen to a bronzy-hue.
Their faded beauty pairing with the soft brown edges of
the transferware and white pumpkins.
Autumn’s Delight by Johnson Brothers with its multi-colored fruit pattern is evocative of harvest season.
You can see at an Autumn’s Delight Alfresco Fall Table, HERE.
I couldn’t resist the pretty flower basket details of
Royal Staffordshire Clarice Cliff ‘Charlotte’.
You can see it at a
To pair with the transferware, I added some abandoned nests. . .
Sauce boats are serving up hydrangea blooms. . .
A little bird cottage offers some nesting details,
complete with stone chimney, planter, metal roof and fencing.
Transferware / vintage
Woven charger mats / World Market, several years ago
Twig Flatware / Pier 1
Napkins / Hobby Lobby
Hope you’re enjoying a little fall nesting weather where you are!