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Everyone Is Turning Their Pumpkins Into Chinoiserie Pieces of Art

After all, blue and white is the best color combination. Why not add it to your pumpkin?
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Charlie Brown would be happy: this is the year of the great (and ornate) Pumpkin. Picasso-inspired carvings, pumpkin ghosts, and now, painting your pumpkin with a Chinoiserie-inspired print.

ETSY SHOP OWNER INDIGOHOME MAKES CHINOISERIE PUMPKINS (THAT YOU CAN BUY!):

Large Faux Chinoiserie Pumpkin Blue, $195

THE BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH BLOG DECOUPAGED A PUMPKIN USING A PORCELAIN PRINT:


From Between Naps on the Porch

THIS ARTIST HAND PAINTS THESE BEAUTIES AND SELLS THEM TO INTERIOR DESIGN STORES:

THE RELISHED ROOST SHOWS OFF HER FRESHLY PAINTED PUMPKINS:


From The Relished Roost

THE INSPIRED NEST ETSY SHOP CREATES MADE-TO-ORDER (MONOGRAMMED) PUMPKINS:

Chinoiserie Hand Painted Blue & White Medium Pumpkin, $65

Inspired? Make sure to share your pumpkins on Instagram with #VeryTandC. Happy painting!


Illustration by I dream of

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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