Vermont fall foliage is so grand. Join me at our home in Vermont for a walk around the glamor that living in Vermont’s autumn has to offer.

While I still can, I’m enjoying morning coffee on the porch next to our tabletop fire pit that I found this past summer at a local market.

There’s nothing like A Fall Visit to The Vermont Country Store and/or all the independent farms to immerse oneself in Vermont’s famous cheeses and maple syrups.

Check out some of my favorites, like this Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup paired with Cabot Cheese’s Seriously Sharp Cheddar Cheese in this post HERE. So Yummy!

Once I have picked out a color palette for the fall season’s decorating, I set out to relish in and shop all the scarecrows, fall flowers, pumpkins, gourds, cider donuts, sunflowers, and more.

Inspired by a colorful fall bouquet our neighbor’s flower garden gifted to us, I set the first outdoor table setting of the season.

Cozy up in faux sheepskin and enjoy the picturesque table mountain views from our vintage wallpaper table on the porch.

There is always Vermont Vintage Market Days too, held every year over Columbus Day | Indigenous weekend.

You may also enjoy this dessert table setting created at the earliest of the Vermont fall foliage season.  Join me on the blog to see more!

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