Hey guys and gals! Thanks for stopping by today and taking a peek at my fall tablescape in my dining room. It's not the fanciest of rooms. It's really not even a formal dining room. But it's definitely a space we love to sit with guests and talk over glasses of wine and a good card game around the holidays. I hope you enjoy this simple take on fall decorating and find some inspiration in today's posts!
Also, please enjoy a free printable to create the same look on your own pumpkins!
The word "fall" makes me think of vibrant colors and warmth, cozy sweaters, and chicken pot pie. To bring some of these feelings of fall to life, I used the natural colors of fall and cozy textures to make this table my own. To create this simple centerpiece, I snipped some branches from a tree on a walk around the neighborhood. It was the first tree in our neighborhood beginning to change colors.
I wrapped some birch garland around the vase. The garland can be found in the holiday/Christmas section at Hobby Lobby.
For the pumpkins, I used some glitter around the stems to dress them up a little (because glitter is just the best). For the letters, I simply printed some fall phrases and used mod podge glue to apply.
You can find the printable HERE if you'd like to try this out for yourself!
I wanted to use two small table runners for this look so I visited my local fabric store and found this navy ticking print and just cut two yards in half the long way. Folding them over, I created two narrow table runners in a fabric I chose for a custom look. You could easily do this with an old table cloth or runner that has lived its life or even some kitchen dish towels. Using things I already have is always my first choice.
My favorite white plates go with any tablescape look. These baroque plates and bowls can be found HERE (affiliate link).
The faded green garland is one of my favorite ways to fill up a table. You can find this exact garland at Hobby Lobby or use fresh garland if it's available to you!
Snipping a few colorful leaves off the branches helps to spread the fall colors throughout the entire look.
The large stone candlesticks make a big statement. I think at night, I would love to add some votives and eat by candlight for an extra special occasion.
I am most excited for sweaters as soon as Autumn rolls around. I couldn't resist these sweater pillows from Home Goods. I bought three and plan to use them for Christmas, but they blend well with the fall decor, too.
I am honored you stopped by to see my fall tablescape. Let me know what you think of this simple and easy to re-create table! I hope you enjoy some of the same wonders of fall like I do and take some time to enjoy the changing of seasons.
Oh! And don't forget to download you free printable HERE.