Fall tablescapes are the talk of the blog today. I am joining some blog friends to share our fall tables. Every year, when I start doing the purging and organizing throughout our house in August, I get a great look at all the things we have and what I don’t need anymore. The fall and Christmas season are busy on the blog so I am planning out posts way ahead of time. I knew I had a lot of home decor posts coming up and I always start every decorating project by shopping our home. This fall tablescape was no exception. When I came across the Threshold napkins I found on clearance at Target last year, that set the tone for the fall tablescape this year.
Any time I am out and about and come across great deals, I have to pick them up. The Threshold napkins were only $2.48 for 4! When I saw them again this year, I remember finding them and thinking they would be great for a fall tablescape and here we are.
To set the table, I made it easy. (That is my mojo. Who has time for anything else?)
I started with the white tablecloth that I used on my alfresco summer table.
Then, I added my burlap table runner over the tablecloth to give the table a little texture and color.
I used the same charges on the fall tablescape as the summer table.
*Decorating Tip*: I interrupt this blog post for a quick decorating tip: Only buy what you can use over and over again. Things that will go with every season and jives with your home’s decor.
I love burlap because it is so versatile. You can use it during all seasons.
I always use our every day white plates because that’s how we roll. (Unless we are using paper plates which happens a lot too).
To bring “fall” to the table, I started with a wood slice charger. Then, I set the brass planter I got on clearance (and shared on my IG stories) at Target on the wood slice. I added faux hydrangeas and faux candles (so they don’t start the hydrangeas on fire) to the planter.
I grabbed faux pumpkins from around the house and put them around the centerpiece.
I used the small white pumpkins from our entry table on each plate. I bought the brass napkin rings on clearance last year at Target. Brass is a beautiful metallic for all seasons.
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The glasses were clearance finds at Target last year after fall. They are a fun addition to the fall tablescape.
Matt cut down a long spindle we had in the garage to make candlesticks. (We have done this before and I shared that project HERE). I was going to paint these like I did the others, but I really liked the wood with the white candles. These might just remain natural wood (until I feel inspired to paint them. HAHA!).
Tablescapes are always fun for me. They make a typical meal special and more “fancy”.
Get the look of this fall tablescape with these similar pieces!
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Is your home ready for fall? What is your favorite way to add the new season to your home?
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