fall home decor with grape wood
While I make our Dining Room centerpieces large, I prefer small scale fall home decor for our everyday kitchen table. On this tablescape I used grape wood which I’m super obsessed with these days! I layered the table with burlap, then a flipped a woody tray upside down to use as a pedestal and topped it with a golden tray of flowers. I used faux greenery mixed in with the grapes wood. To complete it, I filled the table with large decorative pumpkins that I sell on my online shop. This is really easy fall decorations for home that can be completed for not a lot of money and not a lot of time!
Tip: Use trays as risers to give things varying heights. Here, I inverted a wooden tray I had to use as a pedestal. It added a layer of a differing material and helped give the circular gold tray some height to showcase the floral centerpiece!
large decorative pumpkins
The leather pumpkins sold on my online shop to add a touch of glam, but works well with the rustic look of the grape wood. I just don’t think fall home decor is complete without pumpkins! The real stems that are used in these give a gorgeous warmth and uniqueness that works so well with any tablescape no matter how fancy or rustic you go!
I found these grape wood vines at West Elm, but they are also sold at a few other places. I’m sort of obsessed with them. They look perfectly at home on a kitchen table. They add a nice length and fullness but short height so you can see over them when sitting to eat. I plan to put them in my formal dining room built in’s when the season ends to add a woodsy touch to what’s an otherwise formal display! Grape woods are a great investment and I’ll use them in a variety of ways all season long!
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