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Old, New, Copper, and Blue Fall Decorating Ideas

Mixing old and new, copper and blue for fall
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Old, New, Copper, and Blue Fall Decorating Ideas


Our living room is looking like it's ready for fall. Never mind that it still feels like summer outside. This room has been getting little updates all year long and the most recent additions are perfect with fall colors. 

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I'm sharing it today as part of the Ready for Fall Home Tour, hosted by the talented Vicki and Jen at 2 Bees in a Pod. If you're just coming over from there, welcome! I love their style and especially all of the blue decor they use. 

There are 11 home bloggers sharing areas of their home and they're all so pretty. All of the posts are at the bottom of this page, so be sure to keep scrolling and visit everyone. Here's a peek:


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What's up with the old, new, copper and blue theme, you ask? Well, a couple of weeks ago my husband and I celebrated our 30th anniversary and I guess our wedding was on my mind when I came up with the title of this post. But it's also a pretty accurate description of our fall living room. It's a true mix of old, new, copper, and blue items. 


Do you have any rooms that are really challenging to arrange furniture in? This is definitely one of those rooms. Recently I got a new smaller sofa and chair and matching ottoman and so far they're working out great. These pieces, the bamboo shades, artificial tree, and the area rug are my "new" items in here. 


There are many old or vintage pieces in this room, as well as throughout our house. For fall, I brought out some vintage copper pieces, amber bottles, and wooden butter molds. See more ways I've decorated our two hutches here: Antique Hutch Decorating Ideas


They say that formal China isn't in style these days. Who is "they", and why do they care what type of dishes I use anyway? Our wedding china from 30 years ago is making an appearance in our china hutch for the first time in years. It actually goes great with my fall decor.  >I must admit that when I saw this same pattern used during the reveal of a recent episode of HGTV's Home Town, it made me smile. Everything old is new eventually.
 

The vintage barrister bookcase and drop leaf table in the far right corner are some that I've had for years and they don't really fit my current style, but I'm making them work for the time being. I'm hoping to add a new piece soon but haven't found exactly what I'm looking for yet. Stay tuned to see what I come up with for this corner.


For now, I'm using our vintage drop leaf table as a little beverage area, which is kind of ironic since I'm using a bar cart as an end table in here. Why be normal and use things as they were meant to be used?

I put our liquor bottles in my old French picnic basket, and added some vintage glasses. I'm using a round wooden beaded edge tray and some orange plaid cloth napkins from my shop as well. 


The copper Moscow mule mugs are a nice addition for fall. 

And did you notice my vintage bakelite bar tools? I found them not too long ago and love them. They look great with my fall colors.


I added a couple of clay colored linen pillows for fall and am really liking this color right now. The kitties are loving the refreshed space too. 


They also love hanging out on the deck and napping in our outdoor chairs. Such a rough life they live, lol. 


That pretty much does it for my living room with the old, new, copper, and blue fall decor. If you love decorating with vintage items, you might also like this post: 9 Creative Ways to Use Vintage Items in Your Fall Decor


Next up on the tour is my friend Cindy at DIY Beautify. She loves many of the same things I do so I always like to see how she decorates for each season.




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16 comments

  1. I loved seeing your copper and blue themed fall decor and also your new furniture and rug. Your china is gorgeous! When I was growing up, Mama and I always went to the china department at Leggett to admire the dishes. I had my wedding china picked our long before I met my husband!

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    1. Thank you so much, Paula! I haven't used our china much over the years but have used it more recently because my girls actually like it! That's so sweet that you had your china picked out before you even met your hubby! I can just see a sweet little Paula dreaming about pretty dishes.

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  2. Angie - we could just move right in! Your home is beautiful. We love the blue and copper fall decor.It's funny how style evolves...and you make it look effortless. Plus, the hunt for new items is half the fun! Thanks so much for the tour!

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes, my style is constantly evolving. I really need to learn to be content, but it just isn't in me, sadly. And yes, the hunt for new/old items is always so fun! Thanks for hosting!

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  3. I'm always excited to see how you decorate for the seasons too Angie! Your hutch looks amazing with your wedding china, the copper pieces and wood molds! And I am loving the "bar in a basket" that you created in the drop leaf table! I love seeing ordinary items used in unusual ways! Always great to hop with you!

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    1. Thanks, Cindy! I haven't displayed my china in forever and I thought it was high time! I have way too many items and it's fun to try to find creative ways to use them. It's always fun touring with you!

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  4. What a gorgeous space, Angie! I'm crushing on copper this season, too, and wow - you have some awesome pieces! And yay for bringing out your wedding china. It's a beautiful addition to your hutch. Always fun to be on a home tour with you.

    xoxo,Jen

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    1. Thanks, Jen! Yes, I'm crushing on copper these days too. My older sister downsized earlier this year and gave me several pieces of copper that she didn't have room for. I was happy to help her out, lol. Always enjoy touring with you too!

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  5. Angie you are a girl after my own heart! I love blue and now with my new house having copper accents I am crushing on copper too. Thanks for the inspiration you have such a beautiful home. Pinned!

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    1. Great minds think alike, Kelly! I love seeing how your decorating your new house and your copper accents are so pretty!

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  6. I really enjoyed reading your posts, that china cabinet is a big hit. I love copper and yours accents are beautiful. I started collecting a few pieces and plan to get more. You definitely inspired me to find more.

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    1. Thanks, Maria! I enjoy styling the china cabinet for each season. And copper is so fun to collect. You can sometimes find good pieces at thrift stores and estate sales. Happy hunting!

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  7. Simply Gorgeous! I love your blue hutch with all of your copper pieces.

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  8. I love the mix of blue with the copper! So warm and inviting!

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  9. Angie, I love how you accesorized this room! The blues and coppers just flow so nicely with your furniture.

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