Monday, September 26, 2011

Fall Potting Bench (no mantle)

Hi all, I wanted to be in on the Fall Mantle party but since I have no mantle I thought I would decorate my Potting Bench.  

At first I had only a few plants but since this is my bench and I look at it I figured I would go all out.  This potting bench really is center stage and is in full view of the living room so I want a lot of color!

I started out with my painted shovel on the middle area..

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My Ronde de Nice squash take the place of pumpkins, but the sign I painted on the top shelf was enough orange along with the orange geraniums.

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I decided I liked the shovel down lower but that left an empty place that I thought needed a bit of filling.  The metal bucket has a Tiger’s Eye black eyed susan in it, I like that they stay shorter and I have wanted one of these for awhile now, I found one just today!

I know this photo is a bit tilted, so sorry. 

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I filled the empty spot with a purple succulent type plant that a friend gave me, I am still trying to find out what it is actually called.

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Here is a close up so if anybody can tell me what it is called I would really appreciate the info!


Happy Fall!
(I really am trying to get into it)
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10 comments:

  1. Pamela, I like this so much. it's adorable! I especially love that you made that potters bench. and your cute little gourds.

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  2. It looks beautiful Pam, I love your signs and that little pop of purple looks perfect.
    xo

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  3. Glorious! Love your bench and you've made it perfectly fall-ish (my favorite season).

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  4. ps - please link up to Fishtail Cottage's new linky party this thursday.....it's for outdoor fall decor! this is just perfect! xoox

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  5. What a neat idea. Your fall potting bench is awesome. Wish I had a name for that plant for you, sorry.
    It looks great and you can even enjoy from indoors.
    Happy Fall
    Hugs,
    Ellen

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  6. I really like your potting bench. Wish I could have one like that. Happy Fall.

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  7. Completely adorable, Pamela! :) Love it!

    xoxo laurie

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  8. It looks great. I would love to have a potting bench to decorate (or well, pot at). I love your touches of fall and the pretty plants.

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  9. It's LOVELY! I love how you styled your potting bench instead of a mantelpiece. It looks so stylish!

    Oh, to have a potting bench this lovely of my own!!

    Thank you so much for linking up to my Fall In Love party.

    Sarahx

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