The little built in hutch in the dinning room is decked out for fall.

White pumpkins and soup tureen. Soft and simple…

Some of my soup tureen collection fits nicely in the curved shelves.

Soup tureens speak to me. They usually say, “Take me home!” And I often do.

This is a vintage ironstone soup tureen… sigh!

White plates with detailed edging stand in the background. White plates are another of my loves! I can hardly pass up a pretty white plate!

Mix white plates and soup tureens with baby boo pumpkins and you have fall decor! What could be easier?

To see how to paint any faux pumpkin white click HERE.

I added a touch of green that’s turning Autumn gold. Just a little bit of green does wonders for an all white display.

I think the soup tureens might stay for awhile.

I’m thinking the hutch just might have a White Christmas too!

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  1. says

    Yvonne, your white tureens are speaking to me. I have to agree, this is a perfect fall vignette. I love the simplicity of the white with just a touch of green.

  2. says

    Beautiful, I am so glad you pointed out the curved shelves I would have never noticed that. I don’t think I have ever seen a piece made that way, it is perfect and so unique.

  3. says

    What a pretty white Fall Hutch. Adoring your tureens. Of late they have been whispering to me as well. I came a wee bit late tot the soup tureen game, but I am quickly catching on. I have mine sprinkled about. Hmm… will have to group them together . Thinking Mantel scape. Always an inspiration!!!

  4. Anonymous says

    I love everything about your hutch!! I too have a passion for pretty white dishes. I hope you plan to do a fall/Thanksgiving tablescape this fall Yvonne. I adore your tablescapes!!

  5. says

    How Pretty everything looks, Yvonne! Just lovely & soooo perfect for your newly decorated dining room.
    I love how you so artfully arrange things. I have 3 white soup tureens & they are all lined up in a straight row…Boring!
    Off to rearrange & then I’m going to follow your link to learn how to make my pumpkins white for next year.


  6. says

    Love the simplicity of your white pumpkins and dishes. I think you have inspired me this year to pare down and get more simple. Time to get rid of some things. Wouldn’t it be great if we could have a huge bloggers yard sale when we’re all cleaning out? That would be better than any flea market.

  7. says

    Yvonne, this is soooo gorgeous. Literally took my breath away. I am so inspired and something about white, is so magical! A bit behind in my visits to my favorite blogs but catching up slowly but surely:)

  8. says

    Love all your white patterns! I’m always looking for a new pattern, as I’m partial to white myself. What pattern are your white scalloped plates under the soup tureen?

  9. says

    What a beautiful hutch with all those soup tureens. Love all the small white pumpkins. We didn’t have small plain white ones around our are this year. They are one of my favorites. I noticed this little clip on eating artichokes. LOVE!!! Being Italian our family ate them stuffed. I must admit I make good ones just like my mom did. Can’t wait to have our new home to cook them in again!


  10. Martha Amacker says

    I have a big, beautiful, old family hutch, collected soup tureens. ….girl, they don’t look anything like yours! Beautiful pics, great fall decor, loved the little boo pumpkins, made a huge statement!

  11. says

    Yvonne: Love your tureens. I am also a collector of tureens…love ’em.
    Have to tell you a story: When the movers were packing me, they said: :I can’t understand why anyone would NEED 5 tureens!”‘HUH! What do they know??? LOL
    Yours are beautifully displayed in your corner cupboard…you do such a great job, love to read your blog!

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