I find that I'm inspired by all the color out in the woods right now. The fall mushrooms are stunning in shades of orange, red, white and purple. The leaves are just starting to change color and I'm a sucker for the mix of greens, reds, golds and browns. I can't stop picking up pine cones, acorns and birch bark. So, it's no surprise that I'm sitting here at the kitchen table surrounded by all things fall that I put together this morning at my new work table! There are several cornucopias stuffed with preserved oak leaves, grasses, grains and more lined up next to a couple of autumn inspired bouquets in shades of gold, blue and burgundy. There is also a cool little wheat wreath sitting here with a couple of matching hydrangea wreaths. My favorite is the square one below replete with pheasant feathers, a set of antlers, preserved ferns, leaves, hydrangeas, yarrow and some wispy grass. It's all heading over to my new location at The Red Dresser, a truly eclectic marketplace where I have my own wall and plenty of light.