I’m so excited to share with you my one of kind fall tabletop decor. I know that sometimes decorating a tabletop can be a real challenge. Figuring out proper scale to spacing to coordinating it all can make you feel intimidated if you’re not confident with decorating.
My goal today is to give you not only inspiration but encouragement to just have fun with decorating your home. Your home should be a reflection of you, if you’re happy with the decor then that is what matters most.
The first table you see when you walk into my home is the coffee table. I’ve used my TLC method in each of the displays i’m sharing today. The items I used here include a wooden cutting board shaped riser, a crate, bowl, fabrics and floral stems. I like the way it all came together, especially in the evening with the candlelight. It’s so cozy.
This is a picture of the other end of the coffee table display. White pumpkin with the wooden crate and rustic florals, ahh, be still my heart. What do you think about the wooden acorn sign? I found that little gem at the Dollar General. They have really been stepping up their home decor game. If you haven’t been there in awhile, you need to check it out. This is not an affiliate link, I just like shopping there and sharing what I find.
I love the unique look of this small tabletop display. The natural pumpkins are also from the Dollar General. I’ve seen similar pumpkins with this look for way more money than I paid for these. It’s really about the look and feel of what you pull together that make a display look beautiful, not the price of the items. Place pumpkins on candlesticks for a unique spin. Of course, you can use candles if you really want to. It will look great either way.
What do you think about the mix of little green pumpkins and mini pinecones? I love the look and it adds a much needed element-texture. Add ribbon and fabric to really pull it all together. You can check out this blog for tips on how to update pillows to make them fit into your fall decor.
I hope I’ve given you plenty of ideas to use in your own home, I’d love for you to share some of your ideas with me. Until next time be blessed.