This is the first year that I have decorated for the Fall. Especially a Fall table
I am not sure why I have not in the past. Maybe because I do so much for Christmas? Or that I am so busy that I just only make time for Christmas?
So wny this year?
Last years Christmas design was more decorating than I had ever done. Maybe its because I don’t have so much “New” for Christmas this year? Maybe because I am taking more time to enjoy things such as the Fall? Not sure, but it has been fun nonetheless.
Last week I posted my Fall Mantel.
This post is all about the Dining Room Table?
Here is the before picture:
Yes…I should have cut the dead leaves away before I took the picture.
Here is the after:
If you recall, I made the Burlap Runner. This can be used for all of my holidays by just changing the runner overlay for each design.
I used the leaves as the overlay runner for the Fall design:
I then added the pumpkins and the stalk as the centerpieces:
I finished out by adding a few live mini pumpkins:
For the finished look (again):
In a future post, you will see how I change out my wall design (notice the flower prints hanging) to add to my Fall Design:
Additionally…I will post a few other Fall Designs from other rooms in my house.
Your challenge is to add even just one Fall Piece to your overall design to remind you that Fall is here! Send some pictures and show it off! You can email them to email@example.com.
Also email me if you have any questions or want some design advice. And stay tuned for more Fall Designs to come!!! Its here! Enjoy!!
- Burlap Table Runner Tutorial (denisedesigned.com)
- Fall 2013 Mantel (denisedesigned.com)
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