The poetry of Autumn

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Trees, plants, flowers, grass – we love them in summer; enjoying their beauty and fragrance makes us happy. During the winter months, they hide under the snow somewhat forgotten. Yet with a closer look you can discover a second, less obvious beauty in fall. Dry leaves or withered flowers deform into delicate sculptures, leafless branches turn into graphic works of art, and even the ordinary bulb shows its hidden artistic side. Now, as the days get shorter and the mist rises in the fields, we have brought the faded beauty home and refined it with chalk wall paint into tender pastel shades. To make it less morbid simply combine the faded greens with modern design and a few casual vintage pieces.

 

See more amazing Autumn ideas by Christine and Carline in Llamas’ Valley | Autumn issue. Download your copy on iPad. Available in the App Store.


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