Grab your pumpkins and gourds! Today I’m giving you a tour of my fall table decor. I’m thrilled to be joining a group of friends to bring you our best fall decorating ideas. You’re in for a real treat!
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Welcome to the Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours
We could all use a little help from our friends when it comes to decorating, right? I’m pleased to join 29 talented blogging friends today to bring you a wide range of fall decor ideas.
Kelly from The Tattered Pew is our gracious host for this fun collaboration. You’ll love visiting her beautiful Colorado home! (All tours are linked at the end of this post.)
If you’re coming by from Libbie at A Life Unfolding, I’m so happy to welcome you into my home.
I’m a native Texan with a passion for crafting, decorating, and cooking. I’m also a mom of twin boys, so my life is filled with soccer, scouts, and music lessons too! You can read more about my story here.
Now, let’s get started, shall we?
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See how I use dried oranges to decorate spaces in my dining room, and get more fall DIY ideas!
Fall Table Decor in the Dining Room
The first room you’ll see when you enter my home is the dining room. It happens to be across from my office, so I spend a lot of time looking at this space.
I love setting a pretty table to celebrate the seasons. Go ahead, and have a seat!
This year, I decided to keep things simple. I’m using the same woven placemats I shared in my spring table decor. They’re like the table decor version of a little black dress.
I started with minimal decor on the sideboard until I “lived” with the room for a while. I’ll share more on what I ended up with below.
Place Setting with Dried Orange Slices
My new obsession is dried orange slices. I have a thing for dried flowers, so it was only a matter of time before the oranges had a turn. “Pick me! Pick me!” they said.
The pop of orange against our wedding china adds a simple touch of charm.
I paired the orange slices with white faux pumpkins and faux olive stems. (I’m known to pull the leaves off a faux branch when I need quick greenery. Wish me luck trying to put them back on later!) Sprigs of rosemary would have worked also.
You might recognize the cloth napkins from my outdoor table decor. I knew they’d come in handy all year!
Fall Dough Bowl Centerpiece
The dough bowl is the star of the show in my fall table decor.
This is a recent purchase that will last me through many seasons. It’s 37″ long, so I can fit lots of goodies inside. Maybe I’ll even make a giant loaf of bread someday!
For the dough bowl centerpiece, I repurposed some olive branch stems that usually live in a vase. Then I layered in a variety of pumpkins, acorns, and orange slices, of course.
I especially love the glow of the hurricane candlelight on the centerpiece.
Tiered Tray Decor
Remember my sparsely decorated sideboard from above? I finally decided to add a few items, like this tiered tray.
Carrying through the oranges, faux pumpkins, and acorns allowed me to complement the fall table decor.
Fall Vintage Botanical Printable Art
To balance out the other side, I added one of my fall vintage botanical prints.
I have six different botanical printables, and they are a “freebie” perk for my newsletter subscribers.
I’m so glad you stopped by, I’m sending you a virtual slice of pecan pie!
Don’t forget to visit my friends below! Next on your tour is Jessica from The Old Barn.
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Continue Your Tour
This week I’m joining my blogging friends for the Bloggers’ Best Fall Home Tours! All week long we are welcoming you into our homes. You can visit each Fall home tour by clicking the links below.