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As I mentioned earlier this week when I shared my fall tiered tray, I was excited to share my natural fall tablescape with you. In our old home we did not have a dining room or really an eat in kitchen. We are so lucky to have both in our new house.
One thing we have always wanted and dreamt of was having a large farmhouse table. We found a gorgeous one at a local store in our town. Then the hard part was finding the right chairs to go with it. It seemed like all of the ones we liked were completely sold out. We finally found some that fit the space so well. But I will be honest, they were a little bit of a process to put together.
I just love this table so much! It can easily fit 8 people and we have 2 extra chairs for when the need arises. Imagining family gatherings and holidays around this table has certainly made me excited.
I found these buffalo check chargers at the dollar store and just had to get them. I wasn’t 100% sure of how I would design the fall tablescape, but they certainly provided the inspiration. These bee napkin rings were a gift from mom a few Christmas’s ago.
The buffalo check pumpkins were the perfect addition to the centerpiece and when creating my natural fall tablescape, I started with these and built around it. The burlap pumpkins were another great dollar store find.
The milk glass I have had for years, as I am always on the hunt. I just think the vases are so cute. And the wooden tray was a clearance item I bought from Kirkland’s a couple of years ago. I had previously used it in my bathroom remodel. It’s definitely a versatile decor item. The greenery is also leftover from my DIY embroidery hoop wreath.
The dining room still needs a little bit of work. We don’t have any artwork hung, plus we are thinking we might want new fabric for the curtains. I am also toying around with the idea of painting the buffet. In person the wood tones from the buffet and the table are just a little off. It also has several scratches on the top from a certain dog that will remain nameless haha. We’ll be sure to share along as we make updates to the space.