Hey friends! Are you ready for fall? I sure the heck am! And I’m happy to see that I’m not the only one who is. I’ve joined 19 other talented bloggers who love to decorate for fall early to bring you the Fall Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by Chloe over at Celebrate & Decorate!
Ready (for fall) or not, here we go!
Our dining room is in the southwest side of our home. This means we get to see the lovely colors in the sky at sunset this time of year. It also means if I’m taking pictures of this room, I need to do it before noon or this room will get blasted out with sunlight and all you’d see is the silhouette of everything against the windows.
Call me a rebel, but even though I love neutral decor, I can’t not use traditional fall colors in my fall decor. Don’t get me wrong – I love the whites, creams and greens some stick to for fall, but I just love fall colors too much to not use them. The only fall color I avoid is bright orange as it tends to overpower everything else.
I am really happy with how this tablescape turned out, so I took like 30,000 pictures of it. Okay, maybe not that many, but I did take a lot.
I got all the faux flowers and pumpkins from Hobby Lobby, Amazon, and the dollar store. I like to use real pumpkins and gourds in my decor too, but I planted them in my garden too late this year and the stores around here don’t start selling them until October, so the faux stuff it is.
We are lucky to have pomegranate trees, so I picked a few to use in the tablescape. They’re not quite ripe yet, but they make a pretty topper for the plates.
I recently painted all our kitchen cabinets, including the ones underneath the pass through behind the table. I didn’t realize I forgot to put all the plates back in the cabinets until I took this picture. I stored the plates in a closet while I was painting, so out of sight, out of mind and I got so busy with other things that I totally spaced putting them back.
I warned you about all the pictures, right?
I love my amber bottle collection, and I especially love that I remembered to pull them out to use in my fall decor this year.
I can’t share a tablescape without sharing at least a couple of pictures of my hutch.
I hope you enjoyed my farmhouse fall tablescape! Make sure to check out the rest of the fall tablescapes at the blogs in the links below. Links will be updated every morning this week as the group of blogs for that day go live with their tablescapes.
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of the blog hop!