Fall In the Dining Room

A few days ago, I shared my most recent post over on the Creative Home blog {see it here}.  Since I have quite a few photos that I didn’t use in that post, I thought I’d give you a mini-tour of our dining room dressed up for fall.

Since my decor is rather neutral anyway, it’s so easy just to tuck a few faux pumpkins and gourds into the nooks and crannies.

 

On the table, I don’t like to put away my blue and white dishes, so I just decided to work with them, creating a centerpieces of mini white pumpkins, Granny Smith apples, and magnolia leaves.

There’s not a drop of orange on this table, but it still works for fall!

The little white pumpkins are a HomeGoods find from last year (I’ve linked to similar ones below) and I use them everywhere.  Sometimes they’re in a big apothecary jar, or resting next to the lanterns on my front porch, or peeping out of the china cabinet.

 

 

 

While I was shooting the dining room, Brontë was dismantling my wreath in the living room.  It is just TOO tempting!

Am I the only one who managed to decorate for fall without using any orange? 🙂

 

Sources

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Large silver trophy  |  Faux white pumpkins  |  Wood and metal lanterns  |  Round woven placemats  |  Italian gold mirror  |  Blue willow dishes  |  “Hey Y’all” sign  |  Striped napkins  |  Boxwood wreath  |  Velvet pumpkins

 

Final New Christy headshot 2015

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Comments

  1. Marty Oravetz says:

    I love it, and your fabulous neutral pallet.

  2. So pretty Christy. I actually prefer the neutral palette. If using orange, I prefer the more muted, rust colored variety.

  3. Paula rabbitt says:

    I’m loving the entry way piece. What color paint did you use? I’m ready to start a
    My project!

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