An Eclectic Fall Tablescape

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Hi friends! I've been loving all the beautiful fall home tours and decorations on my favorite blogs lately and while I'm not so sure I'll get an actual home tour done, I do have a fall tablescape to share today!

I had so much fun creating my Sweet & Simple Easter Tablescape back in March I decided to give it another go! They just seem so much more manageable than decorating the entire house... although I still do that too sometimes :o)

eclectic fall tablescape

I have partnered with my friends at Bits of Vintage to create this tablescape! They were sweet enough to sent me a set of three of these funnel shaped containers! Aren't they cute? And you can get some for yourself on their website today! But hurry because once they are gone, they are gone. The curated event is live today at 11am Eastern time on their website, Bits of Vintage.


So, on to the tablescape I created with these cute tins!


I found these vintage dining room chairs at a garage sale a couple of months ago for only $8 for the set of four! I am planning to give them an updated look with new upholstery but until then I thought the rust colored velvet seats were perfect for fall!


The first thing I did for my fall table was make a table runner from this cute zebra print fabric I found.


I just hemmed up the sides and then I made some tassels for the ends!


With the base of my display ready, I started layering... I added a fall floral swag that I found at Hobby Lobby, it had an artificial pumpkin, cotton bolls, a gourd, pine cones, evergreen sprigs, and leaves all in neutral colors.


Then I added the little tin containers from Bits of Vintage.


I then added some little white pumpkins, a couple of pheasant feather picks and some candles in tiny canning jars. I used white dried beans in the jars.


The little pumpkins in the containers are fairy tale pumpkins, they were the last two on earth... or at least the stores I checked ;o)

I used a grey Sharpie marker to draw on the little triangles.


Since I could only find two little fairy tale pumpkins I decided to fill the center container with caramels.


I made three little paper pumpkins. I'll show you how I made them soon, they are so easy!


I added some maple leaves from my yard and some tiny pine cones I've had in my craft stash forever.


And I added books... some standing up behind and some lying down. I like the patina and colors of the old pages, they add another fun layer.


I also added some leaves to some of the plates on the wall with Washi tape.





I had a lot of fun with this tablescape too, what do you think? Too much?

If you've never checked out Bits of Vintage, you can read about them here. And be sure to sign up for the mailing list to see what they offer each day for "Today's Story".

I really love the little containers they sent me, the shipping was super fast, they are well made, and I can think of so many different possibilities for them! It was so fun to partner up with them and be part of one of "Today's Stories"!

Have you done any fall decorating?




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4 comments

  1. Such a lovely tablescape Tania. Love the funnels, and the addition of the books is a fun idea.

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  2. I love it! Those containers and their cute holders are perfect and the books add more dimension. There's a lot going on but i don't think it's too much. I climbed up on a stepstool and put fall leaf garlands along the top of the hall bookcase yesterday. I've had some pumpkins and fall runners on side tables and buffet for a little while. Now it's time to add a few Halloween touches!

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  3. Great job combining all the textures and subtle colors to create a lovely displays - love those containers and their patina.

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  4. Thanks Donna, I had a lot of fun creating the tablescape. Almost everything I had already except the floral swag and the fairy tale pumpkins!

    Tania

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