Today I am so excited to be joining a group of awesome ladies sharing our homes as we get ready for the fall season. I hope you'll enjoy this copper and gray Fall tablescape.
We made some changes to our kitchen recently.
Well, not really by choice. You see, our oldest son just left for college, and he took our eat in dining table with him.
So that made me move our existing dining table into our kitchen.
And it gave me a chance to rearrange and decorate this space just in time for fall!
Today I’m thrilled to be joining some of our super talented friends. We will each be sharing our favorite rooms for our Ready for Fall Home Tour, hosted by Vicki and Jenn of Two Bees in a Pod.
You will get to see 11 lovely home tours, full of lots of fall inspiration and ideas. This amazing list of bloggers is at the bottom of this post.
If you found us by way of Suzy of Worthing Court, welcome! Kelly just moved into her home and I have certainly loved watching her decorate it for the season!
And if this is your first time to Noting Grace, you'll soon learn I love all things DIY and finding solutions for our home – but on a shoestring budget.
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Typically, I create a fun fall tablescape in our Dining Room, but since we've moved that dining table into our kitchen, I was excited to give this space a fresh new update!
Here's how it looks!
Copper and Gray Fall Tablescape
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Be removing the leaf, the table fits in this eat in nook perfectly - creating a cozy look.
I added our padded parsons chairs and love the natural fabric for this space.
Since this is an eat in kitchen, I wanted to keep it simple.
So I chose a base color of gray with hints of copper here and there.
It's a true mix of materials and I love the combo!
To finish it off, I added some fun copper party glasses that I've had for a few years.
To keep it casual, I opted to not add silverware to the place setting.
For the centerpiece, I mixed some items I already owned with some new things.
The plaid table runner is new from the Hearth and Hand Collection at Target.
I've had the weathered wicker tray for years. So I started with that as a base for the centerpiece.
And a few Christmases ago, my MIL gave me this galvanized metal fruit bowl. I can't find a link to the exact one, but linked something very similar down below.
And for the center of the bowl, I placed one of my Chunky Knit Yarn Covered Pumpkins I made last fall.
It was the perfect combination of textures!
Because the small shelf is next to the table, it got a fresh new look as well.
Above the shelf hangs a faux tulip crate that I found at a garage sales many years ago.
I hung a wicker basket on the tulip crate and filled it with some fall colored greenery that I purchased at Hobby Lobby a few years ago.
The DIY shelf also got some new looks.
Because I wanted a balanced look, I added some vintage books with an amber bottle and a carved acorn.
Of course I continued the look throughout the rest of our kitchen.
Nothing too busy, but just simple touches here and there.
This has been so much fun adding these touches of Fall to my updated eat in kitchen.
If you are wanting to decorate your kitchen with some fun gray and copper decor, then I've got a treat for you!
I've put together a list of decor sources below you can check out.
Supplies Needed to Recreate This Look
- Fall Tartan Plaid Table Runner - Target
- Round Wicker Serving Tray - similar one here
- Galvanized Fruit Bowl - similar one here
- Yarn Covered Pumpkin - DIY - Tutorial here
- Miniature Metallic Craft Pumpkins
- Tea Towel in Fruit Bowl - Target
- Copper Chargers - Hobby Lobby or Amazon
- Gray Stoneware Cereal Bowls - Target
- Pumpkin Brown Napkins - Target
- Copper Drinking Cups - Walmart
- Hammered Copper Pitcher - Amazon
- Faux Eucalyptus Bundle - Amazon
- Carved Acorn - similar one here
- Amber Colored Bottles (similar)
- Dining Table - similar one here
- Parsons Dining Chairs - Home Depot
Next week, I'll be sharing more of my home decorated for fall, so be sure to come back for more.
I hope that you have enjoyed our part of the home tour!
There are some awesome posts linked below that you need to definitely check out. If you are following along through the blog hop, then next up is the very talented Amy, of White Cottage Home!