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Our Fall Collection, 3 Ways

Three dazzlingly talented women – with wildly different styles – decorate their dining areas for peak entertaining season with their favorite items from our new collection.

We’re so excited to share our new grounded & visionary Fall collection—inspired by red clay, pink salt, vintage Peruvian textiles, and the warmth of desert sunsets. This collection has everything you need to decorate and entertain in your home for the fall season, and to prove it we’ve asked a couple of our content-creating friends—all with different style aesthetics—to decorate their dining room with our fall product. Get ready for an inspiring adventure to get you in the entertaining spirit this season!

LOOK 1:
Traditional Eclectic by Kyla Hubes

LOOK 1:
Traditional Eclectic by Kyla Hubes

LOOK 1:
Traditional Eclectic by Kyla Hubes

Kyla Hubes is the blogger and content creator behind House of Hipsters, a home decor and lifestyle blog that has become one of the leading interior design resources on the internet.

"The rust and black striped Ethan Stripe runner and matching napkins just screamed fall to me. It was the perfect color palette to cozy up the table."

AS: Describe your style.
Kyla Hubes: My style is eclectic yet lived-in. I love to repurpose vintage items and pair them with modern decor for a one-of-a-kind look. It’s difficult to define since it’s ever-changing. I’ve gone from being heavily inspired by Mid-Century Modern to glam AF to now a more casual grandma look that definitely is a nod to grand millennial. 
What was your vision for the dining room space?
KH: Since purchasing this home 6 years ago, I’ve had the same dining room chairs, and that’s a long time for me. They were recently reupholstered from pink to green, but the brass still gave it that glam look. I really wanted something more casual. These chairs were found at a local estate sale, and they were so comfortable.
Why did you choose the products you did?
KH: The rust and black striped Ethan Stripe runner and matching napkins just screamed fall to me. It was the perfect color palette to cozy up the table. 
Brown is definitely having a moment, and I instantly fell in love with the modern brown and black striped Malta rug. It’s a great foundation piece for the room.
What do you need to have when entertaining?
KH: First, always have a runner. It gives your table a foundation plus sets the theme. Kind of like how a rug defines a room. Second, always add florals. They don’t have to be the centerpiece, but you should incorporate some sort of greenery. Third, add something funky and show off your personality and make your guests ask, “Where did you find this?”This could be anything from unique bowls to beautiful candlesticks.

"Always have a runner. It gives your table a foundation the way a rug defines a room."

Tell us how you plan on entertaining in this space! What are you serving?
KH: I absolutely love entertaining, and I always go over the top. But I love serving appetizers. It’s less formal and more relaxed and casual. Are you sensing a theme here? My beverage of choice during happy hour is prosecco and I love a snazzy signature cocktail. This Champagne Smash recipe is so easy to whip up, you can make it with your eyes closed. Now let’s chat guest list. It’s always so difficult to choose. Can I just invite everyone?!

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LOOK 2:
Soulful Glam by Jewel Marlowe

LOOK 2:
Soulful Glam by Jewel Marlowe

LOOK 2:
Soulful Glam by Jewel Marlowe

Interior designer Jewel Marlowe is all about Soulful Glamour. Her beautiful and eclectic interiors offer bold color with a traditional twist—which is exactly what you’ll get from her beyond cheerful dining room.
AS: Describe your style.
Jewel Marlowe: A mix of eclectic and soulful glam.
What was your vision for the dining room space? 
JM: It has been an intense year and a half for everyone. The more I thought about it, the more a truly happy place to make memories felt like such an appropriate idea. Normally we picture muted Fall colors with brown undertones for Thanksgiving.  While I do LOVE this traditional look, I wanted to do a non-traditional twist on Autumn entertaining. My goal was to bring a happy, yet sophisticated vibe to the Fall tablescape.
Why did you choose the products you did?
JM: The Poppy Rug is just so versatile. It literally has almost every color in the rainbow, but still feels chic.  The Paxton quilted placemats give off such a cheerful and energetic vibe.

"The Poppy Rug is just so versatile. It literally has almost every color in the rainbow, but still feels chic."

What do you need to have when entertaining?
JM: I love conversation-starting pieces when entertaining. Sometimes that comes in the form of a dramatic wallpaper or chandelier, and other times that means a focus on pretty tabletop décor.  For the holidays our family tradition is to write what we are thankful for on a slip of paper and bake it into our gluten-free rolls…like a fortune cookie.  Not sure how safe this is to eat :), but it makes for fun memories!
Tell us how you plan on entertaining in this space! What are you serving?
JM: In the past, we would entertain with adults at one table and kids at the other, but since we are limiting our gatherings these days, I plan to let our children join the conversation and merrymaking at the main table. That is the beauty of this space—It is slightly fancy without taking itself too seriously. Plus, the use of placemats means that I don’t need to worry about spills.

"That is the beauty of this space—It is slightly fancy without taking itself too seriously."

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LOOK 3:
Neutral Cool by Courtney Favini

LOOK 3:
Neutral Cool by Courtney Favini

LOOK 3:
Neutral Cool by Courtney Favini

Courtney Favini is an interior stylist who’s had her work published in Domino, Lonny, MyDomaine, Style by Emily Henderson, and HGTV’s Restored by the Fords. Her effortless neutral-cool vibe makes for a cozy, relaxed dining space.

"I’m a neutral-loving hippie that happens to love design."

AS: Describe your style.
Courtney Favini: To sum it up, I’m a neutral-loving hippie that happens to love design. 
I’ve always referenced the Japanese term “wabi sabi” when it comes to my personal style. It quite literally means, “finding beauty within imperfection”. I approach everything I touch this way. Homes are meant to be lived in, and loved on, and feel organic and natural. Let your bedding be elevated but messy. Pillows don’t need to be perfect. Explore your yard and cut branches that feel pretty to you and put them in vessels inside. Open the windows and let the breeze in. Cause the messy wax dripping down the sides of taper candles is the prettiest part if you ask me. Let’s spend less time trying to perfect our homes and more time living, breathing, and growing in them.
What was your vision for the dining room space?
CF: I was exploring the complex where I live and found this little nook and immediately fell in love. I’ve always loved entertaining outside and I’m obsessed with the mix of urban meets nature. It’s more my speed than a “formal dining table” kinda vibe. It’s intimate and cozy. I knew I had to shoot this there. It just felt like me.
Why did you choose the products you did?
CF: My earthy, neutral heart went after my favorites. I loved the organic vibe of the table linens. The pillows had a fun nod to denim, which is my go-to outfit. And the throws felt loose and easy. I knew they’d all work beautifully together to create a lived-in scene.
What do you need to have when entertaining?
CF: My musts involve yummy food to nibble on, lots of drinks, candles, friends, and some good folksy tunes to set the mood. Entertaining should be fun. Isn’t that the whole point? The hostess should be allowed to have some fun, too!

"Entertaining should be fun. Isn’t that the whole point?"

Tell us how you plan on entertaining in this space! What are you serving?
CF: Literally after we finished shooting the scene we sat and enjoyed it! 
As for serving, cocktails are easy for me – I love a dirty martini and any concoction with champagne. Also good for an IPA or whiskey cause they’re easy and remind me of bonfires and home. Cooking’s another story. I’m learning, but I’ll usually serve lots of things to nibble on and if it’s an actual dinner, it’s take-out.

"I love a dirty martini and any concoction with champagne."

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