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Pottery Barn Inspired Fall Vase Filler

When it comes to Pottery Barn, they even do fall decor well. Now you can too, with this easy fall vase filler project. It’s knock-off inspiration 101.

This one is extra warm (figuratively and literally) if you use a candle. With your vase, get some small harvest fruits and vegetables and medium sized grapevine wreathes and you’re set.

With these few basic supplies you can let your inspiration meet your imagination and have a creative  autumnal party.

Fall vase filler pin

Project Summary

Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe shares her tricks for creating a beautiful Pottery Barn look-a-like fall hurricane at a fraction of the cost.

This decor and design blogger’s secret lies in disassembling grapevine wreaths for her filler.

She walks your through all the steps so you can make your own, which of course you want to!

Kelly’s hurricane is so beautiful I honestly couldn’t tell which one was hers and which was Pottery Barn’s!


Project Tips

With the seasonality of this project along with it’s low-cost you can’t help but be inspired by Kelly’s simple assembly.

These obviously make perfect gifts because once you make one, let’s face it…you really want to experiment and make several more.

You don’t have to spend a lot on vases. Check the usual spots for used ones (thrift-stores) and budget stores like Walmart, dollar store or Big Lots.

Kelly was inspired by the Mixed Leaves Vase Filler from Pottery Barn.

mixed leaves vase filler

Where to See It

Follow all of Kelly’s steps at Live Laugh Rowe, including her break-down of how she takes apart the small wreathes and curls them in just right inside the vases.

It’s the perfect foundation and color compliment to the fruits and bright-color leaves and/or candle you throw into the mix!

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Monday 29th of September 2014

Thanks so much for sharing, Beckie!


Monday 29th of September 2014

You are welcome, Kelly! :-)

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