Autumn Tablescape and Seasons of Home: Autumn Edition

This week I’m so excited to be taking part in the Seasons of Home: Autumn Edition with 6 other sweet and crazy talented bloggers. Each day you can visit a different blog for Autumn inspiration (schedule/links at the end of this post).  Today, I am so happy to share my Autumn tablescape with you.
I wasn’t able to find any pumpkins anywhere yet so I decided to use other natural elements for my tablescape. I gathered apples, pears, wheat, and these fake papery leaves from the dollar store. I love the look and textures of the mix.  
As a base, I grabbed some old, chippy, gray-green salvaged bead board I had in my stash and set it on top of another thick board for height. I think the color is the perfect compliment to the other warm fall colors. 
Here is a bigger shot of the space. It was rainy and overcast so sadly, the lighting stinks. I put my big vintage french veggie prints back up on the wall since they go so well with the harvest theme.  I also used my Burlap Table Runner {see tutorial here}.
I love the warmth and textures of Fall. It is so comfortable and inviting. 
For my silverware, I wrapped each vintage napkin with this thick jute twine rope~ An easy rustic touch to add to a Fall table. 
I also added lots of candlelight with the big pillars, smaller candles in the glass jars, and the fun tea lights I put in vintage Jello molds. I love the feel of all of the soft light.
I hope you be sure to check out all of the great Autumn inspiration on these fabulous blogs. 
They are all so talented.
Monday – AKA Design
Wednesday – Craftberry Bush
Thursday – Ella Claire  and Liz Marie Blog


  1. says

    It looks just beautiful Kristen! Too bad we aren’t closer, I planted a miniature pumpkin vine this year in my garden and there are little pumpkins all over it… about twice the size of your apples, they would look cute! :o)


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