Easy And Creative Ways To Decorate A Glass Cloche For Fall


You may have seen in my home a variety of glass or metal cloches. There are many easy and creative ways to decorate a glass cloche for fall.

It really is easy to create a beautiful vignette displaying items with a cloche.

It is a dome or bell shape cover. Decorative cloches for use in the home are normally glass or metal. In recent years, they have become a popular item in home décor.

I use them in my home styling in creative ways during the seasons. There are lots of beautiful ways to display items using glass cloches.

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Did you know that cloches were originally used to protect plants outside from cold temperatures? The original bell shape dome would be placed over an individual plant for protection.

I love cloches! They are one of my favorite item to style in my home. Let me share some of my favorite easy and creative ways to style a cloche for the fall.

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A grouping or combination of the items below make for a beautiful display under a cloche. You can feature a favorite collection of items. There are various items to combine for styling your glass cloche.

  • pumpkins or gourds
  • feathers
  • leaves
  • small wreath
  • stacked books or books with the spines removed
  • faux plants
  • faux fruit
  • candles (battery timer)
  • fairy lights (timer)
  • dried or faux flowers or herbs
  • dried lotus pods, wheat bunch, faux acorns, nest
  • Indian corn or corn husks
  • Moss or moss balls
  • dishes, mortar and pestle, vases, etc.
  • vintage items such as an old clock, wooden spools, figurines, etc.
  • photograph
  • metal or woven box
  • any seasonal item

I love natural organic items found in nature. Here dried sunflowers and mushrooms add a touch of autumn color. Some green moss and Spanish moss are used as fillers. A bird nest on top of a rustic terra cotta pot adds some height and extra texture.

Another creative way to decorate a glass cloche is adding a collection of vintage items. Here green Spanish Moss is used as a filler. It is topped with vintage wooden spools and a grapevine pumpkin.

This cloche is sitting on top of a small candle riser. A beautiful velvet pumpkin with a real pumpkin stem, two feathers and a few preserved leaves are put under the cloche. It creates a beautiful fall vignette.

You can see from this list the possibilities are endless. Use your imagination and run with it to decorate a cloche.

No, you do not need to use a base. However, some cloches do come with a glass, wooden or metal base. I love the look of a large over sized glass dome over items on a wooden table. It is a matter of personal preference or to change up your look.

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Often you will see my extra large metal cloches styled using no base. A large glass dome over a faux green wreath with a faux pumpkin. It is sitting on top of a riser. A simple vignette for the kitchen island or console table.

Outdoors, I am using a large wire cloche. It sits on the base of the table with a grouping of two plants and a candle holder. There is a small votive timer candle that pops on during the evening.

For my smaller glass cloches, I will use various different bases or use the base that came with the cloche.

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You can use a variety of items for a base under your cloche. Here are some of my favorites:

  • pedestal (metal or glass)
  • cutting board
  • wood slice
  • charger
  • vintage plate
  • architectural salvage
  • book
  • marble cheese board
  • tray
  • basket

I love to use cheese trays or cutting boards. This tray was had extra space around the edges. You could had acorns, a large wreath or garland. How about some dried cauliflower root! It reminds me of white drift wood. I love that organic look of it around the tray.

The great thing about using a tray or cutting board, you can move it around the house. I love to change things up.

You can find cloches in a variety of different stores including thrift stores, vintage markets, etc. Here are some of my favorites and a link where to purchase.

The cloche acts like a little greenhouse, allowing you to create a miniature fall scene inside. Fall decorations, especially natural elements like dried flowers or mushrooms can be delicate. A cloche protects them from dust, chewing pets, or little hands.

Hope you found some inspiration today on using a cloche for fall. May you have a wonderful day, sweet friend!

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