Nothing sets the mood for the holiday season like an ornate dining room makeover. Warm and cozy family to enjoy dinner and each other’s company. Bryan Fiveash of DIY Daddy and his family decorated their dining room with the help of The Home Depot. See how he mastered this method challenge below. With summer coming to an end every year, I always look forward to a change of season. In my area, low temperatures and fallen leaves invite thoughts about hot chocolate and potential snow. I’m excited to see this time arrive again! For my Home Depot Style Challenge, I want to show how my wife and I decorated the dining room with a mix of the latest product offerings from Home Depot and a few of my DIY projects. For the past several months, traveling and shopping at the store wasn’t an option for our family, but that hasn’t slowed my DIY projects a little bit! It also didn’t affect me receiving the products I needed for this method challenge. As always, The Home Depot has everything you need to decorate your home with the latest seasonal decor and super easy ways to purchase. Home Depot makes it easy to order home touches and DIY project materials. Their website is easy to navigate and ordering is easy. You can have your items shipped to your home, arrange to have it picked up for free at your local store, or even bring the items to your car. Visit HomeDepot.com to learn all about pick-up and drop-off options. Oh, have you downloaded the Home Depot mobile app? It is truly a high-tech personal shopping assistant that sits directly on your device. Easy to be Green Our goal with this challenge was to mix the cold of winter with warmth and comfort in our dining room, which is a prime family destination in our home. We started adding a touch of greenery with this 9-foot mini LED and Norwood artificial wreath. The branches on both look so realistic that it’s hard to believe they’re artificial! The wreath also has a timer for easy on / off programming. My wife added bows to her self-made wreaths. We bought an extra wreath to accompany the easy DIY project pictured above, which is a log with several LED tea light candles. This project is very easy, and the only tools you will need are a drill and a spade bit. I love the warm glow of these tea light candles and the soft twinkle of an LED torch! These look great on this handcrafted wood and concrete top buffet table, which also regularly features my delicious wife cakes. The shelf below displays just a few of Behrens 2 qt. Behranas 5 Qt. Galvanized steel buckets filled with fake snow globes, lit by Home Accents mesh lighting. To remove them, my wife again added some ribbon decorations to the buckets as she did with the wreaths and candlesticks below. I see snowflakes! We also added to our winter theme by adding a metallic snowflake wreath and a few snowman murals. Its rustic look is the perfect complement to these rustic white pallet wood shutters. The gentle glow of the LED candle candles in addition to the LED tea lighting candles, I also bought the LED candle votive candles which can be triggered by the remote control. Like tea light candles, votive candles illuminate a warm light with a slight twinkle in the LED flame. It also smells of delicate vanilla. When deciding on where to place these votive candles in our dining room, my wife and I came up with two other DIY projects – a centerpiece for the wooden planter box for our table and the wooden holders. Doesn’t the luxury LifeProof vinyl flooring that I installed nearly a year ago still look great? Cool and comfy, thanks to The Home Depot Finally, we’ve added new cups and cutlery to our dining table. All of the seasonal décor products I bought from The Home Depot really help bring in cooler temperatures. Yet it does add comfort to our dining room. Hope our dining room makeover has provided you with ideas and inspiration! Don’t forget to visit HomeDepot.com for the latest and best seasonal decorations.