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I’m not usually one to do a big decor change for fall but this year I was feeling a little feisty. Now that I did an update and made my table look all pretty I’m half temped to try my hand at a Thanksgiving dinner. Finally after about 15 years of marriage I’ve mastered not serving raw turkey for the holiday dinner.
I relied on Amazon and a little bit of Prime for this table decor since I was a little last minute, but my goal is having it all set up and pretty so it will no longer be a laundry holder or drying spot for football uniforms. Please tell me I’m not the only one that uses the dining room table for things beyond dinner?
My dad gifted me my dining room table as it’s been in our family for generations and rode over on the boat from Germany with I believe my great great grandfather. I may even be missing a great in there!
I relied on Pinterest for some new inspiration for the tabletop. Usually, I cover the table with a full tablecloth but I liked the change-up by placing a square table on there offset for something different.
I’ve never owned cloth napkins before now and I was impressed that I didn’t need to watch a video on YouTube on how to fold them. They may not be proper, but I was good with them. My china was a wedding gift from my in-laws and believe it or not this year was the first I actually used it when I did Easter dinner during COVID.
Last year I purchased these chair wreaths from Kirkland’s just to add a subtle touch to the dining room. Year two and I still love them as much. Check them out because they’re currently under $14/each!
I hope you’ve found a little inspiration for your fall table setting. I’ll be the first to admit I’m no Martha Stewart (tried making her cookies once as a kid and failed miserably…) but had fun upping my home decor game this season.