Hello everyone, everything is going well at Cloches and Lavender.  I had a special day yesterday and I will be posting the event hopefully tomorrow.  It was a splendid day and I wouldn’t have traded the experience for anything!

Now to the post today which is featuring our foyer all dressed for fall.  Some changes and some things are still the same.  I chose to leave my dried Hydrangea here because the colors are glorious.  The French pot they are in was one of the first group of pots I made using the transfer Mod Podge method, isn’t she pretty?


On my antique shutter I added a pretty fall wreath I found at Home Goods a few years ago.  My wreaths last years because I take special care of them.  Look at the gorgeous sun streaming in the window.



I placed a large bowl I had on hand on our Bombay chest filled with leaves, pomegranates and a medium-sized white pumpkin.  You will notice a few of my favorite decorating books. 


I have found this year the neutral side of fall works better with our home décor.  I placed a small crown with a smaller white pumpkin by my lamp with a touch of antique lace that was my grandmothers.


The other side of the chest I used a cement pedestal with a crown placing a candle inside.  I am a HUGE candle girl, love the smell it brings to make things feel warm and like home.


My moms Hitchcock chair resides in the foyer and I placed a beautiful pillow there and I love the colors and design.



On the back of our front door you’ll notice another wreath that is a match to the one on the shutter.  This large tassel I bought so long ago I can’t remember where it is from but the grand size makes it a favorite for me.



Below is an artichoke finial on a pedestal from Ballard I have had for years.  The foyer is a beauty for guests when they enter into the home.  I hope you enjoyed the tour.  Have  a great day!


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