It's been a little while since I've posted on here, but Todd and I have been working on figuring out how to link products to my post so it'd be easier for y'all to shop my looks. I think we've finally got it!! The purpose of this, for anyone who's new to this, is so that if you might want to know where I bought something or wish to purchase it, you can find it through the link at the bottom of the post.
Home decor and design has always been a huge passion of mine. I discovered this when getting my first apartment during college. I would become almost obsessed with figuring out how to put the whole place together, room by room. It was the most creative challenge my mind had ever experienced and I quickly figured out I was head over heels for design.
But pursuing it as a career was completely out of the question. I had always been encouraged literally by everyone to avoid it and that it'd never make me money and wasn't worth the frustration. After getting to dip my toes into it slightly, I see just how false all of the information was, and if I could go back, I would've majored and graduated with a bachelors in some form of design. I enjoy both decorating and design, all the way to small details like tile shapes and colors, paint, shutters, anything!! I love it all.
Only problem with loving it so much is that I'm constantly wanting to change things up. I'm always coming up with something new in my mind for the same space. Usually I'll try just swapping things around, borrowing a piece from another room, or purchasing some new smaller pieces to incorporate.
I did just that with this Fall inspired dining table. I put some old pieces with new pieces and went with a mix of candles in different sizes, all in a grey, brown, or white color theme.
As with anything in my house, I stuck to neutrals in the dining room. I love neutrals because they're so pleasing to the eye and always create a calm environment for me that can be changed easily when I'm bored of something!
You can shop this post by clicking HERE.
What color scheme do you tend to lean towards when decorating? Comment below!!