As soon as the calendar flipped to September, I was all about the cute pumpkins and autumn decor!
My stack of vintage Johnson Brothers brown transferware teacups. My brown betty teapot is covered by a handmade owl tea cozy (a gift from a co-worker).
I'm really into the plaid and velvet pumpkins this year.
My pumpkin teapot (Kaldun & Bogle) paired beautifully with my new pumpkin mug (Chapters Indigo has the cutest seasonal mugs!).
I rescued this "Keep Calm and Drink Tea" two-cup teapot from my office.
Autumn gold: a vintage yellow tea set and teacup
....and chais galore!
Have you started decorating for autumn?
Oooo, you have some lovely tea things in the autumn theme. Lovely. If I must choose, I do like your new pumpkin mug and I do like the crow on the what I think is a coaster?ReplyDelete
No, there has been no autumn makeover in the house yet, but probably in the next short while. We are enjoying lots of summer flowers in the garden still.
Hope you have a great week, Margie!
Gorgeous Fall vignettes! Here we are going to Spring. Blessings.ReplyDelete
You’re ready for Fall, Margie! I liked seeing all your shelves in Autumn decor with your pretty things. I’ll be looking forward to your reviews of the chai teas to see what are your favorites.ReplyDelete
Oh I am loving all of your fall Margie. So many wonderful pretties to look at. I really love that black and white pumpkin too! You know I spied that truck too!!! LOL! Girl, you getting your fall on and I love it! I had a cup of Fall flavored coffee this morning and though it doesn't feel like fall the taste sure made me happy. Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete
You are all ready for Fall. Our order of pumpkin spice tea is on its way from Murchies, along with a few others.ReplyDelete
white pumpkins in a glass teapotReplyDelete
Oh, how adorable! I'm sorry I've not been around to visit, dear Margie, the last few weeks have been very stressful, but hopefully this is changing, along with the weather. We've just celebrated our new year, I hope it will be a better one.ReplyDelete