Easy Fall Decor in the Dining Room

10.19.2017

Not a lot has changed in the dining room since last time I shared it. It was so easy to add some touches of fall using the same tray that was there before. A mum, some baby boos, a few French accents and you have easy fall decor in the dining room.



The candlestick on the left is my newest one by Aidan Gray found at a local shop. I would love the real deal antique altar sticks, but they are way out of this gal's budget so reproduction is fine with me and they still are a little pricey, but sometimes you have to pay a bit more for things you want to decorate with.



The squirrels come out this time of year and this is a little salt and pepper shaker from Pottery Barn that I have had for several years.

I placed a small mum in this ironstone bowl and had to figure up a way to cover up the ugly plastic pot so I grabbed a sheet of brown paper and wrapped it up and threw in some baby boos. Like I said easy fall decor.



I decided to try these chairs by the antique French hutch.

A little leopard, or maybe it's cheetah, is always good.



I'm sharing some different angles I don't normally show.

View of the sitting room across the foyer.




Now it's time to plan for the holidays. My, this year is flying by!


I'm going to list where some of the items are from since I always get questions about some of it.

Rug: Pottery Barn Outlet ( I believe you can still find it from Pottery Barn online)
Dining chairs beige: local shop
Dining chairs black: houzz.com
Candle sconces: Ballard Designs
Cheetah pillows: shop in Raleigh, NC
Chandelier: by Quorum Lighting and found on many sites
Large buffalo checked drapes: Etsy shop La Fortune Linens
Large slatted wood tray on table: old from Decor Steals
Large candlesticks: Aidan Gray
Vintage Ironstone: found in antique shops and etsy shops

Paint colors:
White Dove on walls and Chantilly Lace on trim by Benjamin Moore.
York Harbor Yellow on ceiling also by Benjamin Moore.

14 comments:

  1. Your brown paper packaging (tied up with string or not) is just the right touch. And now I will have "My Favorite Things" humming in my head. Which is a good thing.

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  2. Love your style Kim. Your entire house, inside and outside, is just beautiful.

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  3. What a great idea wrapping the plastic mum pot in brown paper!!

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  4. Always lovely...adding a little touch of fall is perfect!

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  5. Very pretty Kim. Love the use of the brown paper.

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  6. Love those candlesticks and the tray, perfect easy centerpiece, Just gorgeous!

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  7. Gorgeous and so wonderfully understated.

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  8. So elegant and subtle. The squirrel, winner’s cup, feather, textures— you always create beautiful vignettes. The holidays will be here in a heartbeat.


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  9. Beautiful as always Kim! Love the brown bag...great idea!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  10. How did I miss this post??!!....Such a very charming display of Fall items on the table. Love the new candlestick...Looks like you did a bit of furniture shuffling in the room!!!

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  11. Kim as always you have done the simplest but made it beautiful Thank you and God bless

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  12. Looks so perfect, the bag is such a great idea, very clever, have a lovely weekend et bon appétit!

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  13. Catching up a bit with you this morning since I've been up since 4! I love your styling Kim and moving things around keeps it all so fresh!

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