It’s that time of year when you’re ready for fall, but it’s still really summer. After sharing the 4th of July dining room, and a lot of color this summer, I decided it was time for something more neutral. It’s not quite fall, but is definitely autumn adjacent.
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For the centerpiece, dried hydrangea take center stage. To cover up the stems in the dough bowl, I added some various twine balls and wine corks. Flanking the dough bowl are two small amber lanterns. I wanted to keep it to a very simple and rustic tablescape, with a few farmhouse touches.
The neutral plaid table runner is a favorite of mine. It’s Tommy Hilfiger from HomeGoods, but here’s a similar one on Amazon.
As usual, I used my favorite placemats from Crate & Barrel to add texture. I know I can find other placemats, but why break it if it’s not broken?
It’s the perfect simple rustic farmhouse tablescape to tide me over until I’m ready to break out the pumpkins. How to do you transition between seasons?