Welcome to my rustic modern fall dining room tour & tablescape! The biggest thank you to my friend Kristen for putting this Farmhouse Holiday Series together! During the holiday season we will be opening up our homes & hearts to you in the hopes of making this festive time full of creativity & inspiration. I am thrilled to be partnering with ALL Modern on this space, to bring you an urban twist on farmhouse décor.
You all know I like to mix and match and never really stay within the confines of one style. I brought in metals, warm wood tones, stone, natural elements and lots of texture to create a space that was warm & inviting but also stylish. For the color palette I used creams, white, caramel tones, burgundy and blue hues.
Blending rustic with chic details is my favorite and is often unexpected. Pairing crisp white dishes with cream napkins sets a neutral base, then I added these beautiful wood bowls and gold + silver flatware. It gives a refined farmhouse feel. In my built ins I did the same. I used different wood cutting boards with sophisticated glassware, even though they are contradictory styles it feels cohesive. The marble vase and gold rhino finish off the space.
I made this DIY macramé wall hanging, which I absolutely adore! It adds a cozy touch to this fall space.
This onyx bowl is a work of art, I could stare at it all day, it’s just that beautiful. These kumquats are from my garden, isn’t the color so pretty?!
I have the best story about this table runner!!! I stopped into the West Elm outlet and they had these 16″ x 16″ sample kilim carpet squares up at the front marked down from $25 to just $4!!!! I put them together to make a runner but I also thought about place mats.
You can find the tutorial for this DIY macramé wall hanging HERE.
Ferns are a favorite of mine any time of year so I added them to these modern wall planters to bring in an organic, natural touch.
I heart this table runner so much!
Mixing and matching candle sticks of different designs, material and heights is a great way to create visual interest. I used gold with these fun cement candle stick holder for a whimsical touch.
These ladies really outdid themselves this week! Just click on the names below to see their dining room tours….
and our lovely featured guest this week- Buckets of Burlap
Have a beautiful day friends!