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Why You Should Decorate Your Westchester Home With Feathers This Fall

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Tired of the leafy look? Try decorating with feathers in a myriad of colors for your autumnal table, mantel, or just because.

Often times people think of leaves when they think of decorating for fall, but I prefer feathers for their texture, range of colors, and their sturdiness (leaves can crumble even with just the slightest of touches).

Here are some of our favorite ideas for decorating with feathers to really pump up your autumnal décor:

Feather-Filled Centerpiece

Take a simple white pitcher and fill it with fall foliage, flowers, and feathers for a dynamic centerpiece for your table or entryway.

feather centerpiece

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Feather Art

Decorating with feathers doesn’t have to be literal. These prints are stylish enough to keep up all year round and can easily be downloaded and printed at home. I love the idea of framing these in a set of three in gold or rustic wood frames and putting them on display on a mantel. $12 for the set.

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Two Brushes Designs

African Juju Hats

An iconic piece of African art and culture, feathered Juju hats are all the rage, and you can see why. They look fabulous hanging on the wall as a piece of art or clustered together to make a statement.


Table Tonic

Gold Wire Feather Wall Décor

Delicate and sophisticated, this gold wire feather adds a bit of glitz and glamour to any room year round, and hung alone on a wall it adds understated sophistication and grace as an accent piece. $24.99 for one.

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Gold-Dipped Feathers

Take colorful feathers and dip them in gold paint then gather them in a centerpiece, string them onto a garland, use them as place cards, or sprinkle them around a table for a colorful tablescape. Starting at $4.99 from FullOFeathers on Etsy.


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