Chinoiserie, DECOR, Dining Room, Fall, Floral, Floral Arrangement, House, Seasonal
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White Pumpkins And Eucalyptus

This is my last attempt at a fall tablescape. I removed the navy and smaller white pumpkins from the center. I added additional eucalyptus for the large white pumpkins to sit on top of and then used the smaller white pumpkins as place setting toppers.


I experimented with greenery and pumpkins on top of the china cabinet, but I was not a fan. The china cabinet is just too tall.


I originally thought I would paint or modge podge chinoiserie fabric onto these white pumpkins but I am afraid I would ruin them. However, I am not thrilled with the overall look of these pumpkins. Oh well, I already removed the tags.


I decided the foyer table was too busy so I left the fall floral arrangement but removed the pumpkins and eucalyptus picks. All the glassware and chinoiserie pieces seem to fill the table adequately.


Every time I would walk by the dining room table and the foyer table I would think that they both looked a little busy. So I removed the pumpkins on top of the plates and along with the three navy pumpkins I had not found a place for, I stacked them on a silver platform. It looks fine for now.

I have moved on from the interior. The patio is coming along and I am excited about using cutesy, farmhouse decor in traditional fall colors.

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