Getting Into All the Fall Feels

August 24, 2022

This is what I’ve had up my sleeve here at Rustic and Refound.

I think I mentioned that “It’s not a good day unless it’s a creative one.” Well, I’ve been kind of busy lately. Working on creating fall decor that might be a little ranchy, rustic ranch, maybe a little boho, or maybe all rolled up into a “Primitive ranchy.” I’m not sure what the style lends itself to, but I’m hoping that you like it.

It’s primitive style pumpkins with a little southwestern flare.

They are sure to dress-up any style home. Add pops of primitive style pumpkins to a display on the dining table, mantle, coffee table, or kitchen island. The color and pattern combos will add a fun autumnal warmth and unique personality.

Just Thinking Outside the Box

I’d like to think that my handmade rustic pumpkins will make a welcoming addition to any autumn front porch as well as an interior fall themed decor on a fireplace or dining buffet.  Yes, I said part of that already…but what’s a girl to do when she is trying to sell you, her style?

Black, orange, and white – I love the bright whimsical vibe it adds to my table. Keep them all by themselves or add some candles for ambiance or…

add some sunflowers for drama.

I love sunflowers! Don’t they just make you happy? I think they are a perfect combination for my southwestern style, rustic ranch pumpkins.

This is part of the Rustic and Refound’s hand crafted decor, which is often a collection of unique, rustic, chic home decor made from salvaged material, rustic metals, reclaimed wood and vintage finds.

This home decor will transition your home from Halloween to Harvest time with this fun southwestern vibe pumpkin collection.

If you are in need of a trio of southwestern style pumpkins, drop me a note. I think I can hook you up!

Thanks for stopping by Rustic and Refound!

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