I like dried flowers the most in the fall. They seem most natural this time of year when all of nature is ripening, seeding, and expending its last effort of the growing season. I'll be checking out fields for all manner of dried beauty in the weeks to come.
The roses you see here are the same that are in my blog header and on the sidebar where they were still pink from their early drying days. They have evolved into a more amber hue with the passing months.
A lot of things in my rooms can remain unmoved for weeks and weeks as we stay busy visiting, traveling, taking care of business, and just spending time outdoors as summer whizzes by. But I just changed up my dining room picture frame collage a little for a new season.
And a little tinkering and tweaking lends the suggestion of a farmhouse in fall. . . .
I'm still enjoying my wicker planter in here much as it is.
The old reliable vintage high chair still holds court in this corner too. A lot gets temprarily tucked in out of the way here to blend in while it finds its place in Cabin & Cottage world! Haha!
So we are enjoying a quiet unfolding as summer slips away into fall.
It will all be official soon!
I hope it's a lovely time for you too!
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