Changing out wall art images for photos of horses...
The mood and look dramatically changed after the sun set...
The receptacle behind the buffet will help keep the sides heated in warming trays. I added a leaf to the table last night, but here are two shots of two tablescapes I tried out in the dining space yesterday...
Very FALL looking with the burnt orange. Updating the look of the mirror with Rustoleum's Gold Rush Metallic spray really helped pull the look together.
Removing some of the orange, to start to edit the space for the next holiday - Christmas - also worked. This look is more modern, but I thought the brown & white although with gold, looked too similar to tablescapes I've done in the past...
I'm leaning more towards this one... but will play around with it a bit more today, especially with the table leaf now added. It's amazing how by just a simple coat of spray paint (and a few feathers I've been waiting to use!) changed the look of both the vignette centerpiece and the mirror...
Mirror last year in silver in the living room.
Previously, the now gold container was black with brown twigs & rocks.
Big Lot's pumpkins got a shot of gold too!
The buffet & mirror were thrifted. The branch & centerpiece were free (minus the feathers). The branch was free. The Ralph Lauren book was a gift (from my old boss) and the candle holders are decorative items I already had (mostly gathered from Homegoods over the years). The white pumpkins here are real - but on the table are mixed real & faux.
I'll be sharing tablescape styling tip, ideas and photos next week.
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