Hey guys! I finally got my dining room decorated for Fall.
When I posted Farmhouse Friday last week I talked about how I need to give myself extra time to decorate to keep it fun and get the creative juices flowing instead of rushing to get things finished.
I decided to go with more neutral tones in the dining room for Fall this year than I did in my kitchen. Most of our home is neutral tones, but I like to still mix things up color wise and try different color palettes in each room when I’m decorating for the seasons.
I love decorating my dining room hutch for the seasons, but I think Fall is my favorite.
I kept it simple this year by just adding a wreath and some pumpkins.
I just got this big dough bowl a couple of weeks ago and I was excited to use it as my table centerpiece.
This was the first time I decorating a dough bowl of this size so it took a lot of messing with it before I got it to where I was happy with it.
All the pumpkins and gourds are real and I didn’t paint or alter them in any way. One good thing about living in the central valley of California is that our climate allows us to grow almost anything, including a wide variety of pumpkins and gourds.
All the foliage is faux – it’s only the pumpkins that are real. I plan on incorporating real foliage in my decor as much as possible for now on, but I bought way to much faux foliage for Fall this year so I wanted to at least use it once.
I hope you enjoyed Fall in my dining room! 🙂 If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below!