White pumpkins are a beautiful thing. They just seem so beautiful to put on a table, I actually have no desire to eat them!
I like the orange one’s too, and I love traditional “Fall Colors” but there is something about neutral fall decor that is just so dreamy.
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Living in Texas means we are sometimes still sweltering during traditional Fall but these beautiful greens and whites feel cool and calming.
I love the combination of the greens and whites with the rustic wood pumpkin added to the mix
I just love this idea of putting pumpkins in a concrete planter, it’s such a clever idea and looks amazing.
You can also gather pumpkins in a more traditional basket like has been done here. I think faux hydrangeas would look beautiful tucked in amongst them. Whilst I’m writing this I’m thinking to myself, oh I totally have to go to Michaels and pick some up 🙂
This is so simple yet so beautiful and elegant. A small bouquet of greens in a cute little white jug and the lime washed candles of different heights. I think this looks stunning.
This is such an exquisite table setting. I love how the giant pumpkins are placed on top of the foliage, such a great idea!
This is a stunning table piece for a buffet style Thanksgiving feast. A collection of natural elements alongside beautiful candles.
I adore this sign. I don’t see it still for sale in the Dear Lillie store but they have a bunch of others that are equally gorgeous.
This is such a simplistic center piece but it totally works.I love the combination of the antlers, candles and pumpkins.
There is something about this space that I just find so magical. I think it is the lighting? Again, a very simplistic center piece but it is so beautiful with all the other elements in the room.
And finally, aren’t these gold/brass candlesticks glorious? So perfect with little pumpkins perched on top.
I hope you loved all these beautiful ideas and are looking forward to neutral Fall decor in your home. So incredibly easy to do!