Minimalist Eclectic Fall Dining Room

Did you catch my fall home tour last Friday? If not, I hope you will take a moment to head that way after you finish this post to see more from our new home decked out for fall. At least minimally.

We just moved into this home at the end of July and there is still a lot of work to be done. But each room is functional and the majority of the boxes have made their way out of the house. So it was time to add some fall decor to the mix.

Today, I am sharing a more in depth look into our dining room.
I am so excited to finally have a "formal" dining room! There is a doorway into the kitchen on one side and to the entry way on another. The large window makes it light and bright.
I haven't decided on a paint color for in here yet or what my plans are for decor, so for now it is just the bare minimum: a table and chairs. The baby's high chair is in one corner but that is basically the only other thing in this room. Since this is our first fall in this home, I went out and got some jarrahdale pumpkins and white ones both large and small. I decided to keep the table simple and add a few of those along with some brass candlesticks I recently found at the Goodwill. 

Sometimes minimal just feels right. And for me right now this did. I know it isn't much, but I am happy every time I walk by this room. At our old house, the dining room extended off the kitchen and was the hub of our home basically and always piled up with lots and lots of belongings. So far this one hasn't had that issue and I'm hoping to keep it that way! The table does get cluttered with kids toys and random projects they start, but we are able to get those put away and then just enjoy the space as is. I can't wait to have Thanksgiving here!

Later this week, I am going to show you some more details from our home, so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a thing! I am excited to share the journey of making this new house a home with all of you.

Till next time...
~Alice W.

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Trevelin Dining Table - Raymour & Flanigan (view similar)
Bentwood chairs - antique store (similar version without the vinyl seat cover)
Tufted leather chairs - Raymour & Flanigan (no longer available that I can find but here is a similar version with fabric finish instead of leather)
The brass chandelier came with our house when we purchased it, but I found this similar one on Amazon.

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