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October 2, 2016

Dining Room Table Dressed for Autumn

I saw the big glazed pumpkin at T.J. Maxx in August and decided I better latch on to it.  I liked it because it seemed a bit more fancy and I like to go with a more polished look on this dining table.

The pheasants were in my deco last year for Thanksgiving and were from Pier 1.  I decided to place them on the candlesticks to add a little dramatic affect.

The candlesticks were new from Pier 1 this year.  The gold accent on them caught my attention.  

There is a magnolia leaf wreath setting under the orange pumpkin and the pumpkin has an opening in the back for a candle to be set into.

 The white squirrel dishes were sold as candy dishes but all I saw was the cute squirrel and decided they'd be used for decorating instead!  I may re-stuff them with dried Indian corn if I find some soon!

 I found the little velvet pumpkins at Cracker Barrel and used some of my supply of faux leaves and such to decorate around the antlers.


So that's my dining table dressed for autumn!

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15 comments:

  1. It just looks beautiful, my friend. Thanks for the advice of the dish sanding thingy! Hope you're having a good weekend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. So pretty, I love your pheasants, they are stunning.

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  3. I have those pheasants. I found mine at Tuesday Morning. They look fabulous on the candlesticks. Love the velvet pumpkins. A lovely look for fall to enjoy.

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  4. Beautiful decor, Liz! Love the pumpkin, and the pheasants.

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  5. Lovely table, Liz. I'm very fond of your pheasants. They really add a dramatic flair to your table. The pumpkin is so pretty as well. Your squirrel dishes finish off a lovely setting. ♥

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  6. Hi Liz, what a pretty display on your table. Love the pumpkins and pheasants. Standing on the candle sticks looks wonderful. Just beautiful. xo

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  7. What a lovely Fall centerpiece. The various heights do add more drama and your sweet squirrels are adorable. There are so many items you could use to fill them. So versatile. I, too, am a big fan of the velvet pumpkins this year. They add such a soft and elegant touch to the decor. I hope things are going well in Michigan. Changing colors in your area?

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  8. How clever to put the pheasants on the candlesticks Liz, and I love those white squirrel pieces! It really looks fabulous, the mix of elements you have used is unique and interesting-really nice!
    Jenna

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  9. Liz, your dining room table vignette looks beautiful! I love your pheasants. What an elegant touch! I am going to have to check and see if my nearest Cracker Barrel has any velvet pumpkins. I love yours!

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  10. It looks beautiful, Liz! I love those pheasants, I remember them from last year. I have to go to Cracker Barrel and see if they still have some velvet pumpkins!

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  11. I love your dining room, Liz! I have been trying to add Fall touches to ours. Great inspiration for me in your post! Take care, Maria

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  12. Beautiful Liz!...I do love those pheasants on the candlesticks!...have a great day!!!

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  13. Lovely fall centerpiece combination! I have that same large pumpkin but mine is white and I got it at HomeSense a few years back...would love to have an orange one too!

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  14. Liz,
    Your tablescape is lovely and those pheasant are awesome. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it link party. We love having you. Hope to see you this coming Sunday

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  15. You always have such a beautiful table, Liz! The pheasants add such a nice fall touch and I'm swooning over the mini velvet pumpkins. I may have to make a trip to Cracker Barrel.

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