the weekend edit
I look to Pottery Barn for decorating ideas almost as frequently as I visit Pinterest. Using a Pottery Barn catalog (or screen) I shared this fun way I like to get decor ideas. I turn it into a bit of a game. So when Pottery Barn released their Pottery Barn Fall Harvest collection I had to share a few favorite Pottery Barn fall decor finds.
Pottery Barn Fall Decor Finds
1.These weathered stone pumpkins caught my eye. I love to add textures to my fall decor. The only texture I stay away from is the fabric pumpkins. Why? I have two reasons: Chloe & Elliott, our Bernese Mountain dogs.
Fabric attracts fur! That’s why I love these stone pumpkins.
2. I love, love, love this Water Hyacinth Serving Tray? But you know what I love more? I found a very, very similar one at Goodwill last week.
3. Pottery Barn added these adorable salt and pepper shakers to their Fall Harvest collection. I love the wrought iron handle. I think I can rationalize this purchase (expense) because I could use them over the course of three months. That is 25% of the year.
4. A few years ago I was obsessed with these barrel top Lazy Susans. I like this one because it has an edge around it. I found mine on eBay and paid about the same as this one.
Part of me likes the history of the one I purchased from a vineyard versus a factory.
Sidenote: See that’s an example of just one of the dozen internal dialogues I have in my head when I shop.
5. I bought this wine rack for my dining room. Here are the dimensions over at Pottery Barn. I love it. I bought it during quarantine when I decided our north-facing dining room was a great place to keep red wine. Versus the previous wine rack, we had on the southwest-facing wall in the kitchen.
It is on sale here and I think there is free shipping this weekend.
Here is another view.
6.This footed serving bowl is a year round classic. It is on sale at Pottery Barn right now. But, my frugal side (and college tuitions side) says find something similar at HomeGoods. Thoughts?
Finally, number 7 of my Pottery barn fall decor finds is …
7. These pumpkin plates would be a splurge. They remind me of the fabric patterns from the early 1970’s. I feel like my grandmother had a similar pattern for her kitchen curtains.
Tip: Purchase the salad plate size and then layer them on top of a dinner plate.
Thank you for stopping by today! Before you go here are a few tablescape ideas for the fall season.