When I shared the floral fall tablescape in September (how is it already October), I failed to share some photos of fall dining room buffet. This is by far my favorite area to decorate. With a few small updates, the buffet is easy to make it match the season.
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I don’t update the mantle nearly as often as I update this area. Largely because the wine rack is much easier for me to reach! (#shortpeopleproblems). The rustic wine rack (similar one available here) is one of my favorite pieces in the house.
Touches of Fall
The copper mugs came back out to play after storing for the summer. I’ve already put them to good use on football Saturdays 😉 Roll Tide! I added some fall leaf garland from World Market that I purchased at the end of the season last year. The mini-eucalyptus wreath adds some much-needed greenery to the fall dining room buffet.
You already say the Dollar Tree fabric pumpkins in the dough bowl. I always get asked where I found my wood bowl. It was a flea market piece that I picked up for about $35. I’m always amazed at how expensive these pieces can get! The super big ones are pretty pricey but for me, the smaller one works well.
If you can’t find long dough bowl, a wood bowl can give you the same look. After the flowers from the fall tablescape died, I simplified and added the pumpkins and pinecones to a large salad bowl. Quick tip: if you don’t have enough stuff to fill up a bowl this big, place a plastic food storage container upside down in the bottom of the bowl. I covered mine with some eucalyptus sprigs.
And here’s the full fall dining room.
Make sure to check out the kitchen, which I shared last week. Next up is the back porch, and at some point, I’ll share the living room (waiting on a few things!).
Shared on Tablescape Thursday