Happy Tuesday! Today I am excited that I get to join in on another amazing blog hop with 24 other talented bloggers. As you may already know, my first time joining was this summer when Kendra over at Joy In Our Home invited me for the Summer Blog Hop. I decorated and shared my coastal mantle decor for it at the time.
This time we have another great line-up and today I am sharing my Neutral Farmhouse Fall Tablescape… with some seriously inexpensive items and some fun DIY’s.
But before I start, below is an overview of what is being shared this week.
Don’t forget to head to the end of my post so you know which blog to head over to next and see the rest of the line-up for this week!
Neutral Farmhouse Fall Tablescape
As for my table… I always remembered my mom having our dinner table set up perfectly for each season and I always wondered why. Now that I have my own home I can tell you it is so much fun to put these together and when I am done, a huge sense of satisfaction fills me and I feel so proud that I was able to create something so beautiful for such a fun occasion.
Thanks mom. I understand.
Now, I will say one thing I was never really into (unlike mom) was tablecloths. I find them to be unnecessary, too long and just outdated. However, there is something nice about going to an expensive restaurant with white linens on the tables.
So I decided to try my own hand at making one (that I would like of course). And I came up with this sweet version below.
It’s short and fits my table perfectly. And the cute ruffles give it that sweet country/farmhouse style.
No worries! I will be sharing how you can make for yourself soon!
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As for the place setting…. I have 2 words…. Dollar Tree.
The plates are new at Dollar Tree right now. That pumpkin was not so pretty. They used to look like this:
The napkins were from my mom (thanks mom!) and the striped fabric charger underneath the white charger I sewed just like the ones I did in this tutorial.
The water glasses were also from Dollar Tree, gosh I love that store!
Tip: If you like any of these Dollar Tree products, but haven’t seen them in your store, you can order them online and have them shipped to your store for FREE!
Recognize that little stand the white center pumpkin is on?
Yep, that was another one of my DIY’s. You can make one yourself here.
The candles and candlesticks were again from Dollar Tree. I got really lucky with those candles, they are the perfect color to match my pumpkins.
The greenery was a mix from Wal Mart and Dollar Tree and the pumpkins were accumulated over the years.
I am totally loving the grey and copper colors I picked this year. It seemed like a crazy color combo, but I think it totally works!
The entire table works with the new colors of my keeping room.
I will also be sharing my keep room transformation very soon!
I hope my tablescape gave you some unique & inexpensive ideas for yours this season…
I’m wondering, which one was your favorite detail?
Also, don’t forget to pin this and share it with your friends!
Wanna see me put everything together? I recorded my first “Decorate with Me” video and I walk you through everything I do to create this look. See it below!
There are some great tablescapes being shared today, so make sure you head on over to the next post with Lindsay over at My Creative Days and see what she has in store for you.
Mantles on Monday
Tablescapes on Tuesday
I hope you are enjoying your Fall season and I will see you soon!