Apples always say fall. I added a few McIntosh apples to a silver tray.
I am hoping my fern stays alive through the winter for some life in this room. I decided to put it in my metal bushel basket from Pottery Barn and placed it up on a large candlestick.
Still have my large garden rooster and my vintage clay pots on the table. Only one succulent survived from the three I had.
Added a nest to this pot and set my bird beside it. All this sets on a vintage tole tray.
My clay squirrel certainly gets around. Now he sits on the coffee table. I placed some antlers and and old shoe form in the coke crate.
Eventually these chairs will be either reupholstered or slipcovered. I wish I could just order slips to fit, but these chairs, that were once my grandmother's, are very old and a very odd shape with tiny arms. This is the upholstery that I had done about fourteen years ago and it is time for a change. They do work with the colors in here. These were originally used in the master bedroom when it was green.
As you can see I love mixing patterns. This is a cheap chair cushion from Walmart by Better Homes and Garden last year and I just cut the ties off.
I took out the red rug again. It was filthy where my shoes go on it all the time. Didn't think the bottom of my shoes were that dirty. I also tried to clean part of it and it turned pink. So it is gone. I have had this rug stored away and just brought it back out. This one is soft and actually warmer under foot on these cold floor tiles than the red cotton one. This was purchased from overstock.com several years ago.
For now this is my view at sunrise from the sun room. Soon it will be gone.