Sunday, November 1, 2015

Simplistic Autumnal Styling. . .

If there is a theme to On Crooked Creektt's Autumnal decor,
it's Simplistic Autumnal Styling!

My entire Autumnal decor began with this one sprig of bittersweet.



With each Seasonal change,  I begin my designing with the high spaces. 

This Autumn,
I began with the top of the china hutch made by "Mr. Ed".



This hutch sits atop my beloved Grandmother's heirloom buffet.
Its sole purpose is to hold my beloved MoMa's Narumi Classic Rose Fine China.


My Anduze Pottery Collection is a year round staple atop the hutch.


I placed one simple sprig of bittersweet, randomly arranged, 
into the largest of my pottery to make a simplistic Autumnal styling statement.





Filling in the void with a pair of quail, complements the Anduze Pottery 
while adding a touch of nature to this simplistic Autumnal vignette.


To soften the golden oak hue of the buffet, I placed a square table topper 
on an angle beneath my heirloom silver Coffee Service.







I used an embossed creamy ivory platter and a commemorative plate
as a backdrop for my silver Coffee Service.



A simplistic message reminding us in all things and all ways to "give thanks".


On Crooked Creektt   Simplistic Autumnal Styling has been my theme throughout our upper and lower level living areas.




Until next time. . .



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13 comments:

thepaintedapron.com said...

I must get some bittersweet! So pretty!
Jenna

podso said...

I do love bittersweet; its so simple and yet elegant in a way and adds such a lovely pop of color.

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Simply beautiful!
Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
Blessings,
Cindy

Donna Wilkes said...

Too hot here for bittersweet so we go faux. Love the way you have styled the cabinet.

Martha said...

Very pretty!

bj said...

Everything looks so pretty...won't be long now until we can bring out our Christmas bling...that's when I really have fun decorating. Love it.
That is a mighty fine looking hutch Mr. Ed made for you...xoxo

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Looks wonderful Pat! I love the look of the bittersweet in your pottery. That's wonderful that Mr. Ed made that hutch!

Tara Lehman said...

The bittersweet looks so pretty in your pottery Pat! I love simple decorating:).

BarberryLane Designs said...

Love your pottery and silver displays. Simple thanks in the bowl...sets the whole tone, nicely done, Thanks, Sandi

aspiritofsimplicity said...

It looks so pretty. I love bittersweet and have it in my house at this time of year as well.

Geneva said...

I really like your simple style ... it's my taste too. I've always dreamed of using "Real" bittersweet in my decor, but up until now, it's been artificial. Swooning over yours. xo

Have a Daily said...

Pat, it's simplistic beauty that's for sure! I love the beautiful orange bittersweet against the cream. Thanks for sharing with SYC and thanks for helping spread the news about 'Creating Christmas'!
hugs,
Jann

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

It may be simplistic to you, to me it is beautiful!