I usually keep our dining table pretty simple, but I wanted to dress it up a little as I was cozying the house. I absolutely love how it turned out!
This tablescape would be so easy to replicate. I grounded the whole thing with two buffalo check table runners, and the rest was just naturals.
I love how our classic table can transition so seamlessly between seasons. The wood tone has a subtle whitewash that makes it the perfect neutral backdrop.
I used my favorite tall candlesticks to add height and a focal point. They are from Hobby Lobby a few years ago, and I also found some similar ones here and here.
All the pumpkins and silver dollar eucalyptus are just from the grocery store - seriously so easy to pull off! I think this would be especially pretty at Thanksgiving.
Now that we've lived with them a few months, I can report that these modern windsor chairs are holding up beautifully to daily life. And they're so easy to wipe down!
I moved my antelope pillow from Laurel and Blush by Rachel Elizabeth Creates over here, and love the mix of patterns with the buffalo check.
The weather was pretty warm through September, but now that we're into October, autumn is in full swing. I'm loving bringing the seasons indoors! Hopefully this inspires you to create your own simple autumn table.
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