Thursday, October 24, 2013

Fall Shelf Decor

Fall Shelf Decor
I love the idea of open shelving and wanted to incorporate the look somewhere in my house.  We had an empty wall in the dining room that was begging to be filled.  So I purchased a couple of unfinished shelves from Hobby Lobby, which I primed and painted white.  The next step was to fill the shelves with some of my favorite decor items that had been stored away in cabinets.
  
Fall Shelf Decor
I love this time of year and thought it would be fun to decorate the shelves for fall.

Fall Shelf Decor
I have a small collection of milk glass.

Fall Shelf Decor

Fall Shelf Decor
I love how this planter looks filled with dried magnolia leaves.

Fall Shelf Decor
I'm a sucker for anything with beaded details.


Fall Shelf Decor
I borrowed the boxwood wreath from my front door.

Fall Shelf Decor
I added a few mini pumpkins.

 Fall Shelf Decor
I found this plate at West Elm.  Cute right!

Fall Shelf Decor

Fall Shelf Decor
FYI- I hung the shelves using my easy method.

Fall Shelf Decor
I wanted to keep things simple and natural.  Natural objects are beautiful and inexpensive.  

My head is spinning with Christmas ideas!  




47 comments:

  1. I love displaying all of my pretty things! Why hide them in a cabinet??

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  2. Looks great! Love your collection of milk glass and that plate is so cute.

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  3. Such a nice display Brandi :) I am getting so excited for Christmas too! Happy Weekend! xo Kristin

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  4. I really don't know how you do it. Gorgeous, as always.

    Heading off now to check out your easy methond as I will be hanging shleves today.

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  5. Gorgeous and you can swap things out depending on the season too very nice

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  6. They are so pretty sis! I love milk glass. The wreath is a great touch too! Have a great weekend love

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  7. What a lovely vignette! I love the dried magnolia leaves. Have a great weekend!

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  8. I love milk glass to and this is the perfect way of displaying it. So pretty!

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  9. So pretty! Love milk glass and how you styled the shelves.

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  10. Brandi I love the milk glasses so pretty. Where did you get them?

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  11. LOVE the hobknob milk glass. it is my absolute favorite kind of milk glass!!

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  12. Love how you arranged the shelves Brandi! And the paint job you did as always is perfect! Keep the boxwood indoors for now since they will turn brown with the cold. :-)

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  13. Love the wreath. I like the beaded details also, have you seeen frames with it the beaded detail, Love them. Even though I like clean RIBBA style frames too.

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  14. Hi, Brandi, beautiful pictures. Have a fun weekend! Hugs

    Sol Belém

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  15. This is a great display, so very fall. The dried magnolia leaves are the perfect touch.

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  16. Brandi, I love all the hobnail milk glass!! I just recently started collecting it, and so far, I only have two pieces. I'm always on the hunt for more. Your shelves look great! I love the magnolia leaves too.

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  17. Brandi,

    I love to visit you, I love your creative ideas and amazing sympathy.

    Everything was really simple and beautiful. I like that!


    About my friend, she decided to move. I'm gonna miss a lot, especially my daughter, because she plays a lot with the daughter of this friend.

    Kisses

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  18. Beautiful job Brandi! those dried magnolia leaves look so pretty in the milk glass planter. Your tip for hanging shelves is great, I'll be trying that for sure.

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  19. I love the way you decorated the shelves. The white hobnail pottery is beautiful. Great job!

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  20. this looks awesome!! I love your display items! Especially the wreath and the little cute plate~


    Laura

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  21. Beautiful, Brandi! I love the milk glass and the way you have arranged everything. Love your wall color, too. xo

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  22. Beautiful! It's simple, inexpensive, and it looks great.

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  23. Love everything about it, Brandi! I would never have thought to put pretty leaves in a planter. Brilliant, and so pretty. With your gorgeous wall color it's all such a warm and cozy fall display.
    p.s. your shelf hanging method beats mine any day of the week. Mine involves eyeballing, lots of spackle and paint, and a few naughty words.
    I'll try yours next time.
    :)

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  24. Looks like it belongs in Better Homes and a Garden mag! It's very lovely and like I mentioned before, your styling is on point! It contrasts beautifully with that wall colour too.l Love it.

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  25. Just found you via Pinterest! Love your style... tips... makeovers etc!!!
    Plan to spend this rainy Saturday reading through your archives.
    I am also a bit jealous that you are at the CL Fair! It is my dream to attend one year with my BFF that lives near Atlanta.

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  26. I love the way you incorporated the different textures (green plant, Magnolia leaves and the wreath) to give it interest! And it's perfect with the shiny Milk Glass!

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  27. I love the magnolia leaves in the milkglasse vase! We don't have those leaves here in Pa. they sure look neat Brandi! Pinning this to my board "Shelf Styling"♥

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  28. I love your display, it puts you in the mood for the fall.

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  29. Just beautiful...tasteful and charming...welcome Fall!!!

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  30. Gorgeous shelves and vignette. I love the leaves in the vase. Such a pretty idea and so clever. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me party that will be live today at 2:30 PT. www.astrollthrulife.net Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty

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  31. Brandi, your shelves are perfect!

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  32. beaded milk glass is my favorite, too. love the little pumpkins mixed in.

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  33. Milk glass is a personal favorite of mine, Brandi. I feel inspired to make a shelf for my milk glass fruit bowl who is hiding in the cabinet:)

    Your simple approach to decorating the shelves is delightful. Love the touch of Magnolia leaves. And that plate, perfect!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  34. It all looks beautiful Brandi! I love the way you worked the colors in while keeping it natural.

    Well done!
    Pam

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  35. Brandi,
    It was so nice to meet you at the CLF on Saturday...I only wish that we got to talk more. Luv this look too...come by today and share it with all of us at my NTT party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  36. I love your collection of white milkglass, especially the beaded details. The styling of the shelves is lovely because it's simple and serene. Can't wait to see what you'll come up with for Christmas!

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  37. Oh my goodness! This is really, really pretty. I'm such a sucker for milk glass too. I love open shelving! I have it in almost every room of our home! I love what you did!

    xoxo Kylie

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  38. Wow, what a beauty! I love the addition of the milk glass and the simple, natural adornments. You have a great eye and fabulous sense of style!

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  39. You have a beautiful fresh look for your dining room.

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  40. Your shelves look great and fill that wall nicely. I too love beaded dishes. I've purchased the plates, bowls and mugs with that beaded design from Dollar Tree.

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  41. I love it all!! The wreath is so cute!!
    Ozana

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  42. Hi Brandi!!! Love your shelves and your wreath too!! Hope you are having a wonderful week leading up to Thanksgiving!!! Happy Thanksgiving you and your family!!

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  43. Hey Brandi! I just emailed you again! Can you email me back and let me know that you got it? Thanks chica!

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  44. Every time I visit I am truly inspired! So creative, and everything just flows. I must say this Thanksgiving was one to remember. I am thankful for my family, I enjoyed that moment. If only it could have been recorded! Keep the creativity coming. Love you

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