Nostalgic fall decorating in the dining room
Nothing is more cozy and nostalgic than fall for me. Summer is officially over here in Vancouver and this week has been raining like crazy so it was very easy for me to decorate for fall.
Today I’m joining the Styled + Set Fall Home Style tour hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm so be sure to visit all the tours at the end of this post. If you’re coming here from Sheila of Maison de Cinq, welcome! Doesn’t she have a beautiful home?
Setting the table
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In setting the table to feel nostalgic and cozy, I started with a large tablecloth.
I found these amber mason jars at our local Safeway of all places. They were the perfect vessel for holding a candle. I also found them here.
There is nothing like a warm bowl of soup in the fall! As soon as this photo shoot was done, we immediately dug in and we also added grilled cheese sandwiches to our meal.
The green napkins were passed down from family.
The faux floral arrangement
These light brown fall leaves I found at Michael’s and the faux eucalyptus and berries I found at a local shop here in North Vancouver.
And they look so beautiful in the crock (I am slightly obsessed with crocks and have a big collection of them!)
In my effort of decluttering around the house, I’ve been slowly removing stuff from the dining room bookshelf. My painted heirloom pumpkins fit perfectly on the bookshelf and added a cozy feeling to the space
The woven placemats added texture to the table and look so good against the white tablecloth.
The room feels warm and cozy watching the rain come down outside the patio door windows. With the days getting shorter and busier, it feel so relaxing to enjoy each other’s company at the table.
I hope you enjoyed my nostalgic fall dining room. Now be sure to visit my friend Jennifer’s beautiful home from Town and Country Living.
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