Fall decorating doesn’t have to be all orange and black.
While these classic Halloween colors can be fun and tasteful-especially with young kids-neutrals and cooler colors offer a more transitional look that can last well beyond Halloween.
Liz Marie Galvin of LizMarieBlog stacked these lovely blue and white pumpkins on a classic silver vintage serving tray. A centerpiece like this adds a gorgeous, simple, neutral fall touch that can carry you right through the season!
We love this take on fall blues and greens that Kim from Sand & Sisal accomplished by bringing in some dried hydrangea in an ironstone pitcher - a classic summer-to-fall transitional staple.
We styled our Mixed Fall Bush, which has gorgeous muted blue and green florals and neutral pumpkins, here in a clear jar right beside our Vintage Seltzer Bottle. This bundle adds a perfect soft fall touch without being in-your-face fall.
Photo Cred: Style by Palmer
Janet Coon of ShabbyFuFu kept it very neutral with tan, white, and another classic silver serving tray (are we noticing a trend?!) in this photo. The wheat in the enamelware pitcher give this vignette a true harvest feel which allow longevity throughout the fall.
Neutral fall doesn't have to be limited to inside either! We totally love this stack of white pumpkins photographed by Karianne of Thistlewood Farms in a gorgeous urn. The soft green of the eucalyptus lends itself to a gorgeous transition between seasons and breaks up the bold dichotomy of the black urn and white pumpkins.