What is blue and white and orange all over?
and no the answer is not the Auburn University football team…Roll Tide!
It’s my new dining room! I’m so excited to share my dining room reveal with you, all made over for FALL! I was privlidged to team up with Kirkland’s (and four other amazing bloggers) for a challenge to dress up a room for the autumn season.
My dining room seemed like the perfect choice!
You might remember when I shared the before pictures of our new house and told you how much I loved this space.
With beautiful wainscoting, crown molding and high ceilings, it was perfection!
I’m so excited about how it turned out! I love the blue and white paired with the dark wood. Even more fun was getting to accessorize it for my favorite season! There are so many ways to add autumn to the dining room.
Chippy white washed lanterns are a fun option for adding lighting to a fall table and I couldn’t pass up these darling white turkey salt and pepper shakers for some whimsy.
Blue and white pairs so pretty with orange mums. Run a length of burlap down the center of your table and top with a pretty vintage crocheted runner for a rustic refined look.
This sweet little pair of gold burnished pheasants are sitting pretty on the table. For additional ambiance you can fill small glass containers with beans and nestle in votive candles.
I’m all about the little details when it comes to setting a holiday table. I used these darling bronze acorns to fill the bottom of the lanterns.
You can let each guest know how special they are by tying up vintage silverware place settings with tiny chalkboard tags!
Spell out seasonal words on white platters, like these Sweet Olive Platters from Kirkland’s, and hang for a simple display. They can be changed for each holiday or special event. I’ll be showing you how easy these are to make in an upcoming post.
Decorating the sideboard can be as fun as decorating the tabletop!
Tom Turkey will stand proud watching over the desserts this Thanksgiving! Let your guests know what you are serving by sharing your menu on a chalkboard easel. When not using it for a menu board, you can display a favorite seasonal quote.
This trio of gold pumpkins gives a little bling to the sideboard when paired with my blue and white ginger jar and thrift store find willow ware plates.
There are so many ways to make your your house a harvest home and Kirkland’s is the perfect place to turn to for beautiful holiday decor!
If you’d like to see the rest of my house decorated for fall, you can visit our Finding Falls Home Tours!
I’m teaming up with four other amazing bloggers for Kirkland’s My Harvest Home! Be sure to see how they are showing off fall at their houses.
AND we’re excited to be offering FIVE, yes count them, FIVE $75 gift cards to Kirkland’s so you too can add some fun harvest touches to your home!
Here’s how to enter:
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