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Gorgeous Dining Table {behind the scenes at HomeGoods}

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Today I wanted to share this gorgeous dining table that I created on a recent HomeGoods project. Things have been a little busy around here with school being out and vacations. I sometimes feel like I am barely keeping my head above water.  Working from home while school is out is proving to be a bit of a challenge.-ha  Anyway, back to the dining table. I actually created this table during the Spring (hence the little bunny in the background) and realized I hadn’t shared it here on the blog.

Gorgeous dining table {behind the scenes HomeGoods photoshoot}

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gorgeous dining table {behind the scenes at HomeGoods photoshoot} Casual dining table

As I have mentioned in my previous posts where I work for HomeGoods, I literally shop til I drop buying every HomeGoods item under the sun to create my spaces. It’s a pretty fun job.  I remember this shoot like it was yesterday because I was trying to find suitable placemats and kept coming up short on ideas. I wanted something different and unique and then the cutting boards basically jumped off the shelf at me and said, “what about us?” The thing about setting a table is you don’t have to follow “traditional” rules. I mean, not everyone has the budget to buy all new matching dishes, placemats ect. So why not use something flat you have in your kitchen as a placemat? Use a bunch dishes that you already may have? This design shows that you can mix and match dishware and it still can look good. If you have a bunch of cutting boards, use them! The cutting boards don’t all need to match either. For me it’s all about what you love and maybe breaking a few rules along the way.

gorgeous dining table {behind the scenes at HomeGoods photoshoot} Casual dining table

A casual dining table that looks pretty is my kind of style. If you read my post about this centerpiece, you know that I took a candleholder from HomeGoods and hammered out the candles, added drinking glasses as my vases and simply added flowers. A quick DIY project that turned into an amazing focal point.

gorgeous dining table {behind the scenes at HomeGoods photoshoot} Casual dining table

Love this centerpiece? See how I made it and what flowers I used by checking out our “how to make a flower centerpiece” post.

gorgeous dining table {behind the scenes at HomeGoods photoshoot} Casual dining table/ how to make a DIY flower centerpiece out of a candle holder

Be sure to head over and visit me on the HomeGoods blog where I am sharing exactly how to get this look. I am sharing easy tips and tricks to mix and match dishware to achieve a cohesive and gorgeous dining table. Thank you so much to HomeGoods and photographer Adam Krauth for letting me use these photo’s. You can also find more of my home and diy projects by checking out our new interior page and oh, did you see our new rustic/farmhouse/coastal dining room makeover?

Disclosure: I am compensated by HomeGoods to design these spaces but not required to share them on my blog. I do because I love Homegoods and love how the spaces turned out. All opinions and words are 100% my own.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Love the outcome. Where did you get your table from?

  2. This looks so pretty! I love that centerpiece.