17 In Fall

Dried plants Fall decor

The other day I showed you my fairy light lanterns and next to them a dried out wild artichoke in a jar. I found lots of those at our weekend getaway to the country two weeks ago and also another beautiful looking herb … I loved the looks, so it all came home with me. So today I thought I’d show you a little more of them, check out my dried plants fall decor! 

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I’m pretty sure, that the bigger one is a wild artichoke, there were lots of them on our walk through the fields and I really love the look of it. I think the other plant is a herb called angelica, but I am not sure about it. It does look similar and I have even doodled and drawn it before because I love the look so much! So I’m so happy I can have a dry version at home now!

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I simply put them in empty jars I had at home and added them to my decor, on the coffee table, side table and step stool. Super easy and I love the Fall vibe! 

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I’m happy you stopped by today, Thank you!!

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  • Beverly
    05/11/2016 at 15:51

    I love the simplicity of this fall decor, Katrin. It’s such a pretty display. It’s wonderful to use natural items in fall decor. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning.

  • Sherry Nappa
    04/11/2016 at 03:18

    These are great ideas! I love the dried flowers and the clear glass. It definitely adds to the ambiance. Glad you joined us for Funtastic Firday.

    • Katrin
      04/11/2016 at 18:59

      Thanks Sherry!

  • Amber Harrop
    02/11/2016 at 17:51

    I love the natural feel of your decor Katrin – thank you for sharing on I am Pinnable

    • Katrin
      03/11/2016 at 07:01

      Thank you so much!!

  • Nikki Frank-Hamilton
    30/10/2016 at 16:10

    Katrin, I love so much how you can take something so simple and pretty and use it in your decor. I think I think too much about things I use to decorate. Your simplicity makes me feel comfortable and at home.

    I’ve never seen the wild artichoke before, what a cool shape this has. It’s so cool. And it looks great in the vase. The other dried flower we have here, I think we call it Queen Anne’s Lace, but I’ve never seen it dried. It’s so much prettier in this form!

    • Katrin
      31/10/2016 at 07:38

      Doesn’t this look so cool? I had never seen one before either, but they were popping out everywhere in the fields and I couldn’t help but take some home. The best decor is in nature I think, and it’s great to use it! Thanks Nikki!

  • Ellen
    26/10/2016 at 18:01

    I love these dried plants in the jars added to your decor, so natural and blends in to the space beautifully. Last night my son and I went tromping into the woods for our annual collecting of bittersweet. Are you familiar with this plant? My Gram had an abundance of it on her 200 acre Pennsylvania farm. As a little girl, I’d go along to help gather it to make wreaths and place it all over her house. I have bittersweet draped over everything from October through November and sometimes just add the Christmas greens in December. More information than you want or need, but your post drew it out!! You make excellent use of such delightful things and these two dried plants are something I’d love to have too. Thank-you for a lovely post, as always!

    • Katrin
      27/10/2016 at 19:50

      I wasn’t familiar with the name bittersweet, but when I googled it and saw the photos, I recognized it! I love that plant! Oh I’d have it everywhere as well this season, it’s so so pretty! I’d love to find some here, or similar! Thank you for the idea 🙂 and Thank you for your lovely comment!

  • Keri
    26/10/2016 at 16:43

    Katrin, the dried artichoke and the Angelica plant are so beautiful!! Love the rustic texture, yet soft look they both lend to your space.

    • Katrin
      26/10/2016 at 20:10

      Thank you friend, I’m loving it and decorating with these is a lot of fun!

  • Kristy
    26/10/2016 at 16:16

    Love these ideas! 😀

    • Katrin
      26/10/2016 at 20:03

      Thank you so much Kristy!

  • Linda at Mixed Kreations
    26/10/2016 at 13:24

    I love dried plants! I use to gather some when we use to go on our nature walks, and add them to my dried flowers. I miss those walks, but since we move we we don’t live close to the nature trails anymore.

    • Katrin
      26/10/2016 at 20:02

      Hi Linda! Yes, me too, dried plants are so pretty and great for decoration! Hope you can find some even though you moved! When we lived in Canada, we had a forest backing onto our backyard and oh my, all the goodies we found were amazing, I miss that too!

  • Mary-the boondocks blog
    26/10/2016 at 11:31

    How pretty Katrin, I also love the look of nature when it has dried out, it is so full of texture and warm color. And we can take it home and decorate with them to give a richness to the interior of the house.

    • Katrin
      26/10/2016 at 20:00

      Yes, they are hey?? I just love to decorate with what I can find in nature!