Challenge... Fall dining room display using only what I already had.

I am always up for a challenge. I thought it would be interesting to see what I could come up with for a fall redo of my dining room using what I could find around the house.
I have three areas I like to display for the changing seasons. I cleared everything for a fresh start. Then had a little shopping expedition through my house. I found some plaid fabric, crocks with fall colours, some seed pods and a pack of wood skewers. I also found some burnt orange spray paint and decided to use it on a bunch of hydrangea I had from a few years back.
Here are the results.
If you would like to see more before and after photos here is the link.
dining room finished for fall
fall display
seed pods on plain wood skewers
console table close up
spray painted hydrangea
dining before
stuff I found in the house

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  • Linda
    on Oct 27, 2015

    Very nice. Surprising what you can find in your own home!

  • Snapoutofit
    on Oct 7, 2016

    It is fun to decorate and use things you already have. Don't overlook bare branches from the yard this time of year or beautiful leaves. Thanks for sharing.

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