Today I’m sharing fall decor in an area of my home that gets lots of use but is not often photographed… my breakfast nook. It sits in the middle of the “back of the house” dividing the kitchen from the family room. Our home had an open floor plan before open floor plans were in style! StoneGable is divided into two large open living areas… the front of our home and the back. The back area of my home is where most of our living takes place and where friends and family gather. So come on in and let’s have a visit!
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Here you can see how the breakfast nook is situated in our home.
Our round table was made for this room by a local artesian using old barn wood.
Bobby and I (and when I say “Bobby and I” I mean Bobby) planked the wall and added the open shelves.
Today the table is set for an easy fall dinner! It’s neutral and natural and full of fall elements!
I never get tired of setting a table using white dishes with interesting edges! The rattan oval placemats are a nice contrast! LOVE that rustic/luxe look!
A simple linen napkin is rolled up into a fall napkin ring.
This is such an easy napkin ring to make! I made these organic napkin rings for my Thanksgiving table last year. I used simple things to make them… burlap, acorn tops, and pinecones!
See a tutorial HERE.
I have a major crush on mini baby boo pumpkins. They are little and creamy and can fit wonderfully in a coffee cup! And speaking of coffee cups, I like to mix things up a bit with cups and saucers. I never use the same pattern. I think mixing patterns adds a little bit of fun and lots of interest to a table!
Book page leaves nestle here and there on the table.
The centerpiece is a dough bowl filled with natural fall elements!
Dough bowls are one of my go-to containers for creating a centerpiece, especially in the fall and at Christmas. Stop back tomorrow and I’ll show you how easy it is to decorate a dough bowl!
Again book leaves appear in the centerpiece! This one is a maple!
I first used book leaves as a garland for my fall mantel…
And then on my open shelves…
And I continued the theme onto the fall table! You can see a tutorial for the burlap and book page leaf garland HERE, and also get a template to make the book page leaves too.
My home is decked in fall’s best bounty! You might like to see a fall tour of the front of my home HERE.
And a fall tour of the back of my home HERE.
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