Rustic coastal decor is a something I love for fall decorating. I enjoy using beach colors along with the natural elements of the fall. Here in coastal Carolina our falls are not as colorful as the Northern states, but they have a beauty of their own. I am excited to join up with some lovely friends for a lovely fall tour
I am originally from Upstate New York, So I grew up with vivd fall colors. I do miss the fall colors but not the winter months. I have lived her for 25 years and the beauty of the fall months are unique. There are plenty of rustic coastal decor elements such as pinecones, branches and coastal elements to decorate with. It’s what I used for this home fall tour.
To see more of my Fall Home Tour check out my Youtube Video
Rustic Coastal Decor: dining Room
I love my dining room table. Its super rustic and covering it up would be a shame. So I added some rattan placemats to give the bone china a nice contrast. I invested in a nice everyday set of William Sonoma china which has lasted for years. I love my crystal goblets also from William Sonomai that always give that sparkle to my table.
Eucalptus Fall Garland
Dried eucaltys leaves are one of my favorite things to decorate with in the fall. I added them in the center of the table filled with pinecones and small white pumpkins.
Little touches make a big different in decorating as you all know. A few leaves of eucalptus inside a napkin is all your need.
In addition to adding the garland on the dining room table. I did the same on the living room mantel but I added large pinecones along with some smaller one. I noticed for such a large space I needed larger accents to make things pop more.
Rustic Coastal Decor with Painted Gold Leaves:
I am truly lucky to live with so much natural beauty here in coastal South Carolina. Last week I went for a walk and clipped some dried out branches and painted them gold. I attached some faux leaves I cut out with the Cricut maker. I relatively new with the Cricut maker. It’s truly an amazing machine. You can place these metallic trees anywhere in your home. Here is how to make this metallic tree,
I hope you enjoyed my living/dining roomful space filled with the rustic coastal decor. Don’t forget to stop by and visit my friends below. Check out Tattered Pew and visit her lovely home and I am sure you will be amazed. I like to thank Jen and Vickie from 2 Bees In A Pod for organizing this wonderful tour.