Decorating with Herbs for fall

Did you know herbs aren't just for cooking?  

Decorating with herbs is a simple way to add natural beauty to your home for fall! 




Did you know that decorating with herbs can bring a natural beauty to your home?  This summer I planted mint, parsley and oregano in container gardens on my patio. Now that the cooler temperatures are here, I thought I would bring a few clippings inside and display them in my home. I Sprinkled them here and there in different rooms to enjoy their natural fragrance.  



Here are a few ways you can decorate with herbs for fall:

Aim to make your meals taste fresh by using herbs when you cook.  Keep fresh herbs near by in the kitchen by placing them on a window sill or kitchen counter.  For a farmhouse look, place sprigs in tin cans or mason jars.

Make a fall center piece for your dining room table by gathering a mix of fall flowers and herbs.  Clip flowers from your garden (or store bought) with sprigs of herbs and place them in glass bottles along the top of a table.

One of my favorite ways to display herbs is to hang them in mason jars on a re-purposed wall vase .  If you are interested in reading about the re-purpose just click on the link to find out all the details on how to make one.



Next week I'll share with you more decorating ideas and a simple recipe using mint.
xo Julie

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3 comments

  1. I like this idea! Looks so cute ♥

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  2. So cute!!! I bet it smells so good too!!

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