Thursday, September 27, 2012

Farmhouse Fall Decorating Ideas

I love farmhouse fall decor don't you? I thought I wouldn't have any orange in the kitchen this year for fall but forgot this tablecloth had orange in it so I guess you can mix red and orange and have it look good.






I have a pumpkin bowl for the table but it has disappeared. I suspect in a bin that has yet to be brought in.


 So what do you think? Can I mix orange and red?


39 comments:

  1. Definately...that is a cute tablecloth. I still have one tub that didn't get opened...but what I don't remember can't hurt me...!!

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  2. Of course you can -_^
    Your tablecloth is so beautiful and it looks nice in your kitchen

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  3. Absolutely!!! Colors occurring in nature can only look great occurring together in your home! xo

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  4. Are you kiddin' me, Elaine? Of course you can! They look great together!!! I love them together in my living room....love love love it! And I love it in your kitchen too!

    Enjoy your day!
    Tammy

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  5. For sure! I think it looks great and works well. That is a lovely tablecloth too, it really ties in all of your colors together.

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  6. Oh, yes you can!! Adding the red really tones down the orange color I think. And I love your red apple bowl :)

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  7. You can certainly mix orange and red. The maple tree outside my back door is full of orange, red, and yellow leaves! Gorgeous. :-)

    Love that shelf. So sweet!

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  8. Yes, I do all the time! Your kitchen looks great. Looking forward to our girl time.

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  9. Certainly .
    Our Heavenly Father mixes red and orange.. just look at the Fall colors on the trees :)

    warm wishes..
    K.

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  10. YES!! I love that tablecloth! I want that tablecloth!!! I'll arm wrestle you for it?
    XO Kris

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  11. What- use RED AND ORANGE TOGETHER?? But of course-as the lady said "Just look at nature" and the mix of colors especially the fall leaves- if you want to major on something NOT ORANGE then show off those colors to call attention to them..You've got it!!
    already a follower-get your email updates :^)

    Jonell

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  12. What a charming tablecloth! Your kitchen is so cute. I love your banquette!

    xo,
    RJ

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  13. Of course you can. Nature's colors just seem to mix easily.

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  14. Definitely! Mother Nature does it all the time when the leaves turn. Besides, how can you not have the pumpkins?? Looks great, Elaine. Ann

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  15. Yes, you can absolutely mix orange & red especially since I know you'll do it tastefully. Love the tablecloth!

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  16. I say yes! That is such a great table and bench and built in, I just love that about your kitchen,

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  17. Of course you can! The tablecloth looks great together with the white table and bench.

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  18. As I'm late checking in today, i will just say "agreed" to all the comments! Fall colors all go together! Think of your favorite "on fire" tree before the leaves fall (does that happen in CA??)
    LOVE the look
    M

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  19. Very cute tablecloth! Thank you for sharing your Fall decor at Potpourri Friday!

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  20. Your showing up as #1 Elaine! Yes, all is working. Your tablecloth looks perfect! I like red and orange together. I like the title of your post.:) Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  21. Well of course you can! that tablecloth is precious.

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  22. Sure mix them up! I found one of those metal stars and a felt basket (for my blog giveaway) at Target yesterday. Thanks for the heads up :)

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  23. cute table cloth everything looks great. Yes I would mix red and orange.
    Cathy

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  24. Adorable! I think the red and orange look great. Love your wonderful shelf with goodies!!!

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  25. Such a cute tablecloth! Everything in your pictures just sings out "Fall". It's all pretty together.

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  26. Yes, I think you can.
    It looks so warm and cosy together and goes well with your Autumn decor!
    blessinfs..Trish

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  27. I mix orange and red in the kitchen. Love the tablecloth. Love your kitchen too with the vintage items. Very similar to my kitchen style.

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  28. well
    i don't see why
    you can't mix 'em
    for the Fall

    love the vintage
    tablecloth

    and thanks for sharing
    at Fridays Unfolded!

    alison

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  29. That's a gorgeous tablecloth Elaine!

    Does it go well with red? I think so, it looks fine to me :)

    xx

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  30. Yep, just take a look at most fall wreaths and you'll see orange and red...just like the turning leaves on fall trees. :)
    Pretty tablecloth....

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  31. Love the orange and red combo -- they are such pretty fall colors! That table cloth is fantastic too.

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  32. Good morning, everything looks so wonderful. I love that bright and cheery tablecloth. It is perfect. Love how you decorate your shelf in the kitchen too. As you know I'm a shelf person too. I love decorating with them too. You always have such sweet things to say when you come by for a visit. Hope you are having a great and blessed week.
    We just got new chicks too....lots and lots of them...which they are cute but it ups the chores and work load...oh my! Hahaha
    blessings,
    Debbie

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  33. Love that sweet tablecloth and everything in your Kitchen for that matter!!

    Hugs,Deb

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  34. Darling tablecloth and kitchen... Orange and red go together like peanut butter and jelly! Just have fun!

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  35. Thanks for sharing this cute post on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Love the orange tablecloth.

    Jody

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  36. Hello, new follower here! I would love to have you link up with my Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week!
    http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/09/clever-chicks-blog-hop-2-featured-post.html

    I hope to see you there!
    Cheers!
    Kathy
    The Chicken Chick

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