Monday, October 4, 2010

My Den Coffee Table Has Fallen!

Hello, Dear Ones! Well, you would think as many times that I've Fallen I would be in the hospital by now. But no, no Nannette! Not me! The Falleness is still happening. This time the Falleness is happening in the den on my coffee table.


Just some simple Falleness.


You've seen this pottery bowl and lid before. I love it. We bought it in Rome years ago. It doesn't match a blooming thing in my house but I don't care! I love it and it's staying!

I made the floral arrangement in it many years ago and it just stays and stays. The flowers look rather Fallish, don't they?

Then I have this orange bowl filled with Fallness of pumpkins, gourds and some little bits of other Falleness. I played with this photo and I think it looks like a 1970ish photo, don't you?

Well, Dear Ones, there you have it! My Fallen den coffee table. I'm joining our Dear Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday. Pop in to see her and your most gorgeous baby blues will be filled with wonder as you see all the 'tops'! :)

Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

The Time of the Season


It's the time of the season
When the love runs high
In this time, give it to me easy
And let me try
With pleasured hands

To take you and the sun to
Promised lands
To show you every one
It's the time of the season for loving

What's your name?
Who's your daddy?
Is he rich like me?

Has he taken
Any time
To show you what you need to live?
Tell it to me slowly
Tell you what?
I really want to know
It's the time of the season for loving

What's your name?
Who's your daddy?
Is he rich like me?

Has he taken
Any time
To show you what you need to live?
Tell it to me slowly
Tell you what?
I really want to know
It's the time of the season for loving
~ sung by The Zombies

39 comments:

  1. The flowers in the Italian pottery bowl look so fresh and pretty that I thought you just bought them and made the arrangement. Very pretty fallen vignettes throughout your home!

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  2. Sheila, I had to drop by, I needed a smile. Yes, girl it looks fallish and I love the pottery bowl.
    Have a fun-filled week.
    Karen

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  3. Sheila, I love all your falleness, too. Your table looks wonderfully fallen and that blue bowl from Rome is definitely a keeper.

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  4. Well Shelia, you certainly know how to fall! Love your vignette! That bowl is really gorgeous, and looks just perfect there!

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  5. Very pretty! I love that pottery bowl and lid! I think the blue is a nice touch to the color scheme!

    Katherine

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  6. Just LOVE FALL!! It's so beautiful!I think your decor is lovely.
    Deb :)

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  7. Oh my! that bowl is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!

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  8. I'm with ya - can't stop falling either! Your coffee table looks beautiful and I love that bowl too. You have a way with creating vignettes.

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  9. Pickle that bowl is just beautiful girl...Loved all your fallness you silly thing you...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  10. Love all the fallen-ness happening at your house. Your coffee table is such a nice shape to begin with and the fall decor you've added looks great!

    DD

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  11. I love the bowl too Shelia..not everything has to match, much more interesting if it doesn't! Love what you did with the picture..very cool. Is Falleness a word? I don't know but I like it! ;D

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  12. "BEAUTIFUL", everything is just "BEAUTIFUL"!!! BUT "I've FALLEN" in LOVE with your Roman tureen... AND if you "EVER" need to find a new home for it, "I would LOVE to adopt it"...hehe, I know, "NEVER,NEVER,NEVER"!!! It is "BEAUTIFUL"!!!
    Hugs to you, Donna

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  13. So pretty! The lid to that tureen is gorgeous all by itself! All your Fallness is appreciated! Thanks for visiting me this week, too!

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  14. The pottery bowl is so bEaUtIfUl! You did a lovely job with the flower arrangement! Your table really looks fallen to me!

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  15. Your table does look fallen, I'm with everyone else that tureen is just beautiful.

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  16. I LOVE THAT BOWL SHEILA!
    What a beautiful arrangement! You are the best fallen woman I know!
    hehe.
    Cindy

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  17. Love your bowl of tiny pumpkins & gourds! Looks beautiful!!

    Hugs, Sherry

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  18. Loving that bowl! Fall looks beautiful in your home.
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  19. Very pretty :-) I love your blue bowl & lid -- I think the fact that it doesn't match anything else makes it all that much more special because it's a one-of-a-kind piece in your home :-)

    Happy Fall!!

    Kelly

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  20. This is very pretty, Shelia and you know what else I like? Your sofa! I love the clean lines and yet has graceful curves and loving the fabric pattern too.......Christine

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  21. Your fallen coffee table is so pretty. I love the covered bowl...because I love blue and yellow !!! You've done such a great job with all of your fallen decorating!!!

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  22. Lovely fallen table, Shelia, and yes it does looks sort of 70's. I don't mind though, it still a beautiful display. Well done :o) Have a Blessed day.
    Hugs

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  23. I love the blue bowl and arrangement, Shelia! Beautiful Fallen coffee table.

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  24. Oooooh! I love your falleness decor! Everything looks pretty and full of warmth! :)
    Blessings,
    Sandra

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  25. Shelia, your floral arrangement is just gorgeous. Love the beautiful tureen it is in. The colors are fantastic. Your dish full of pumpkins is beautiful too. Gorgeous tablesetting. Thanks so much for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  26. Holy Cow! I am lovin that bowl and lid from Rome!!! It's the bomb-diggity!
    xoxo,
    Kim

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  27. Hi Shelia, your table is lovely. The colors are so inviting and welcoming. I know you are having fun!

    Hugs, Barb

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  28. Good afternoon Shelia, I love how "fallen" everything is looking at your house! The Italian dish is so pretty. I have some small Italian pottery baskets that were a gift from my great-great grandma to my parents for their wedding. Will Chloe Dawn have her own pumpkin?

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  29. Well, I've never seen that gorgeous blue floral bowl with the lid and I just love it! I so enjoy seeing all of your fall decor and mine also kind of slowly makes its way through the house! :-)
    Vanessa

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  30. Shelia..your coffee table is stunning!...The most beautiful coffee table I have seen...in...say..forever!!! :)

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  31. I love your fallen table. The blue tureen is so lovely, it might like to come and visit me ;).

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  32. Shelia,
    You just keep on Fallen, dear!
    Like you, I, too, love your blue lidded bowl! Another inspiring post! Thank you for sharing your home with all of us in blogland!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  33. Hi Sheila,
    I can certainly see why you love your dish you got in Rome, it's beautiful. I am glad you have not gotten hurt with all your falling!
    Valerie

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  34. Hi Sheila, Yes, I missed you, welcome home. I love your coffee table and especially the beautiful bowl. It IS beautiful. I have done a bit of decorating for fall but have more to do. You have the decorating touch Sheila and all you do is lovely.

    I envy your trip to Williamssburg. that is on my bucket list for sure. Your post is outstanding and so interesting. I adore the photos and the five holer looks very stylish. HA! My grandparents farm had a 3 holer with one small for the younger kids. No fireplace though. HA! The farm house was modernized many years ago. It is still there but not owned by our family anymore. The church is beautiful in Washington and your room beautiful. My guest room has an iron and brass bed and it is very old. How lucky you are to have such a beautiful trip.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  35. Oh Sheila I do hope you are not breaking anything with all these "FALLS"...well it sure looks good to me. I have something similar on my coffee table and it makes me smile every time I look at it.

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  36. Beautiful fallness abounds in your pretty home...
    I would love to go to Williamsburg someday. You are so blessed to be able to travel to all these nice places.
    I haven't fixed my coffee table yet but I know what I am doing...maybe tomorrow. :))
    I won't do Halloween stuff until just the Halloween week..that's the way my mom always did it so it must be THE way!! :) Actually, I get real tired of it really fast ...not like Christmas. I could leave it out all yr round. :)

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